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The 30-Minute, No-Gym Bodyweight Workout [Infographic]
Ready to strengthen, stretch, and break a sweat? This high-intensity bodyweight workout is a simple, effective way to work the whole body — without any machinery or extra equipment. From heart-pumping jump tucks to core-blasting mountain climbers, these supersetted moves will help build strength and boost metabolism with just body resistance alone. So take this workout from Greatist's fitness editor to the park, the playground, or the living room floor — there's no excuse to skip a workout again! Next up, be sure to check out our complete list of 50 bodyweight exercises to mix and match for countless equipment-free workouts.
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The workout has been reviewed and approved by Greatist Experts Rob Sulaver and Kelvin Gary. Tried the above workout? Let us know how it went in the comments below, or by tweeting at @jshakeshaft and @greatist.
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nice! Bodyweight workouts are my jam!
Good workout to do everyday. Try this more intensive at-home printable workout: http://printableworkouts.com/ultimate-at-home-full-body-no-equipment-pri...
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That's a good workout. The best thing about is how cheap it is! No gym, no expense. I would add burpees and single leg squats in there somewhere. Not many people like them, but burpees are a total body workout in themselves.
Before performing any of the advanced bodyweight moves below, Angelilli recommends having a foundation of at least one year of strength training under your belt (on top of being healthy and injury-free, of course)
The tuck jump, mountain climbers, and jump plank (and burpees that someone mentioned) all can be noisy for people living below and my downstairs neighbor can get a bit worked up over the smallest noises. I have hardwood floors in my apartment. Any suggestions for ways to alter these exercises or make this workout less noisy?