Lower Body #1 will primarily focus on building strength in the lower half of your body with moves like reverse lunges with a thrust. But don't be deceived, you're still going to work every inch of your body in just 20 minutes using just your body weight.
2. Bodyweight Total Body #2
Total Body #2 is designed to work every inch of your body in under 20 minutes through optimized circuit blocks of upper body, lower body, cardio, and core.
3. Cardio Core #2 - Flow
This 30-minute workout incorporates light weights into a continuous flow of movement leaving you dripping and full of endorphins. Use this workout as a very active recovery from the HIIT workouts in Sarah's Mind, Body, Flow series to keep that metabolism up and your body moving on days you feel like you need a good sweat and natural energy boost.
4. Upper Body Tabata Workout - Intense 60 Minute Back, Shoulders, and Arms Workout
This one hour at home upper body workout requires only a set of dumbbells, but in all reality, a lack of equipment is not enough of an excuse to keep you from attempting this routine – you will be doing enough reps that you will be feeling it in your muscles, even if you don’t use any weight at all.If you don’t have any weights at home, focus on working against yourself throughout the entire routine and you will still get in a great workout for the arms, back, and shoulders.
5. Total Body Kettlebell Routine
Watch The 20 Minute Kettlebell Boot Camp Workout
6. Cardio/Strength Workout
Cardio/Strength Workout routine consisting of 5 exercises - dive-bomber push-ups, jump squats, pulse planks, mountain climbers and floor dips - each done for 30 seconds, and the whole set repeated 3 times.Trainer Michael Patarino leads you through a grueling series of fat-burning cardio movements and exercises that build strength and stability.
7. USMC Conditioning Workout
Doug Fioranelli, owner of Rise Above Strength and My Mad Methods Magazine Contributor, demonstrates a conditioning workout set inspired by an active duty Marine. This workout is a high-intensity circuit that requires high endurance and mental fortitude. The USMC Conditioning Workout is related to Doug's article titled "In the Face of Danger: Interview with an Active Duty Marine" in the Dec/Jan 2013 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine.