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November 29, 2020

5 Living Room Workouts That BURN Calories!

Most people are working out at home to be safe from germs/viruses, and running out of creative ways to stay motivated and in shape with workouts. Here are a few of my favorite in-home workouts you can do with limited equipment and a small space. All of these workouts take 20-minutes or less to complete.

Living Room Workout #1

Equipment needed: 1 Dumbbell/Small SpaceWorkout Description:

  • Complete 3 sets of this entire workout series, in your living room or hallway.
  • Complete 50 meter shuttle sprints.
  • 10 Squats holding 1 dumbbell at your chest.
  • Then 50 meter shuttle sprints.
  • 10 Oblique Sling Sit Ups.
  • Then 50 meter shuttle sprints.
  • 10 Bicep Curls. Repeat 3x through as fast as you can.

Living Room Workout #2

Equipment Needed: 1 DumbbellWorkout Description:All you need for this cardio burner is 1 dumbbell. Set a timer for 3 sets of 2-minute intervals using the WeTime app. Every 2 minutes, complete: 20 goblet squats, 16 alternating single arm snatch, and 8 dumbbell power cleans. Rest the remainder of the 2-minutes before starting again. Repeat for 3 sets of 2 minutes each.

Living Room Workout #3

Equipment Needed: 1 KettlebellWorkout Description: Complete 1 exercise every minute: 1) :45 seconds run 2) :30 seconds front rack Kettlebell hold, right arm//:30 seconds front rack Kettlebell hold, left arm// 3) :30 seconds farmers carry, right//:30 seconds farmers carry, leftRepeat 4x through

Living Room Workout #4

Equipment Needed: NoneWorkout Description: Set timer for 4 sets of :30 seconds of work and :30 seconds of rest. You will repeat these exercises for the :30 second efforts x 4 sets through:

  1. Punches
  2. Burpees
  3. Side Shuffle

Living Room Workout #5

Equipment Needed: Band and Dumbbells, Rower or Calorie BikeWorkout Description: Complete 10 sets of 10 calories on the cardio machine (or run for 1:30 minute), then complete 7 Front Squats, 7 Rows, 7 Bird Dogs/Side. Complete this list of exercises 10 times, trying to maintain the same effort of intensity and time per round, over all 10 sets.

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