There are many no-equipment full body workout routines that you can do at home so that’s the first great thing.The second is that before each workout you get to design what you want to throw in so on the days you’re not feeling so motivated you can switch it up and do something that’s maybe not as taxing but still gets your heart rate going.
You should be working out for 10–30 minutes at a minimum. The more intensive your workout, the shorter it will be. This would imply cramming as many reps of each exercise as possible into each set.
30 seconds on, 30 seconds off is a good format for a home workout. 20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest, or 30 seconds work, 90 seconds rest if you’re just beginning out.
If you’re doing 30 seconds on, 30 seconds off or 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off, aim for 5-minute circuits. If you complete 30 on and 90 off, the circuit will take about 1 minute.
There are numerous exercises to choose from. Planks, leg raises, abs-ins and outs, alternating high knees, squats, jump squats, wall sits, lunges, alternating jump lunges, burpees, mountain climbers, push ups, push up claps, closed push ups, squats, jump squats, wall sits, lunges, alternating jump lunges, burpees, mountain climbers,
You’ll want to do 30 seconds of all-out effort on an activity, striving to get as many reps in as few seconds as possible, and then relax during the break. This format will be repeated for 5 or 10 minutes.
The ideal approach to plan a workout is as follows:
Push-ups for 30 seconds (as many reps as possible) 30 seconds of relaxation
30 seconds of jumping squats (amrap) followed by 30 seconds of rest
30 seconds of burpees followed by 30 seconds of rest
Mountain climbers have 30 seconds to rest, whereas mountain climbers have 30 seconds to rest.
You will determine the right active time and rest time for your fitness level based on your fitness level. The ultimate goal is to go to a 30 on 30 off format.
Depending on your fitness levels you will choose the appropriate active time and rest time to suit your level. The goal is to build up to a 30 on 30 off format.
This is a great way to burn fat and build muscle in a short amount of time. Gives you the most bang for your buck really. try it out for at least a month and I’m sure you’ll get some pretty solid results (given that your nutrition is fairly healthy as well).