Bodyweight Exercise- All You Need is You

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According to US News and World Report, one of 2014’s biggest fitness trends is bodyweight exercise. Bodyweight exercise or resistance fitness is exactly what it sounds like → using your own bodyweight for strength training, no special equipment required.

It is the perfect no-excuse workout because, really, what is keeping you from pumping out a few push-ups whenever you have a free 10 minutes? For me, it’s my need to learn and be reminded of proper form plus I need the additional motivation and encouraging words from the teacher!

Bodyweight workouts are a great option for at home workouts and when you are traveling. Grokker has 100+ no-equipment workouts — you can find them all using Grokker’s Fitness Video Filter and selecting “no equipment required”.

Here are two of my favorites:

Plyometric bodyweight challenge with Sarah Kusch


Bodyweight workout with Jon Stratford


AND I’m really excited about the release of our newest fitness series called x5 Bodyweight Intensity. It’s a 5 week program with experts Pace and Go that we’re hearing so much amazing feedback about.  I haven’t started it yet, but will let you know how it goes.

Have you tried Bodyweight fitness?  Tell me your experience in the comments on any of these bodyweight videos!


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  1. I love the Grokker website! I found it in a google search for workouts I could do on my iPad while traveling. I really enjoy the body weight challenges- especially Sara Kusch’s. I look forward to trying more!

  2. Bodyweight exercises are a simple, effective way to improve balance, flexibility, and strength without machinery or extra equipment. From legs and shoulders to chest and abs, we’ve covered every part of the body that can get stronger with body resistance alone.

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