No Equipment? No Problem. (Bodyweight Exercises)

In a few weeks I’m travelling on vacation and i have been lost without to do with my new-found fitness motivation. I skip a few days of workout and completely lose all my motivation. Bringing a set of dumbbells does sound like a good idea so i have been researching body weight exercises and coming up with a travel routine to keep myself on track. I’m hoping we will do enough sightseeing that extra cardio will not be necessary.

Lunges:

No-Equipment lunges

Hip crossover:

No equipment hip-crossover V-up:

No equipment v-up abs Elbow Plank:

No Equipment Elbow Plank Mountain climbers:No Equipment Mountain Climber Reverse Crunch:No equipment reverse crunchWall sit:

No equipment wall squatDaily Workout:

Jumping jacks, squats, push ups, mountain climbers, cross crunches, high knees, knee pull ins, chair dips, leg raises.
the daily workout no equipment

Overall workout:

Side bridge, wraparound ankle touch, double step push up, push up bird day, windshield wiper, row.

no equipment workout

12 Move Exercise Routine:

Jumping jacks, wall sit, push up, crunch, step up, squat, triceps dips, plank, high knee running, lunge, push up and rotation, side plank.

No equipment full workout

30 Minute, No Gym BodyWeight Workout:

Tuck jump, push up, squat, mountain climber, triceps dip, glute bridge, jump plank, superman.

30min no gym workout

4 Moves Anywhere Workout:

Forward lunge, squat jump, push up, and bend and thrust.

anywhere workout

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11 thoughts on “No Equipment? No Problem. (Bodyweight Exercises)

  1. Great exercises! I recently did a workout at home when I couldn’t get to the gym; 40 minutes of basic moves (push ups, mountain climbers, burpees, jumping jacks, jump rope and some resistance band arm exercises) and I never sweat so much in my life! Even a full body workout at the gym didn’t get me as sweaty! Sometime we forget that our own body weight is the best/cheapest tool we have 🙂

  2. Awesome post! Sometimes I do nothing but bodyweight routines for 4-5 weeks. I love them! My local park has all types of workout stations and I incorporate sprints/pushups ,dropping every 50-60 yards for pushups to failure and lunging for 100-150 yards then a set of body squats to failure then back to sprints. Another day I superset dips/pullups to failure! Love your blog!

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