Targeting every part of your body, these quick workouts are perfect for squeezing in a sweat sesh when you simply have “no time”.
Missed your workout classes because of your busy schedule? After a hectic day, it can be tempting to spend the rest of your day binge-watching your favourite Netflix series the entire way. Instead of letting autoplay run on, hit pause when the credits roll, hop off the couch and trade one episode for a heart-pumping workout. Led by fitspirational personalities, these exercises are set to fire up every muscle in your body, leaving you with a toned bod from head to toe.
HIIT it hard for 20 minutes
In this 20-minute workout, expect to work the large muscles groups in your body through a series of bodyweight exercises including jump squats, commando planks and glute bridges. Done AMRAP for 30 seconds alongside fitness influencer Pamela Reif, each move is done back-to-back with two one-minute-long breaks in between. All you need to do is grab an exercise mat, turn the volume up and get sweating.
Pulse your way to a super lean body
Get the dancer bod of your dreams right in your living room with this energising total-body workout demonstrated by Barre Belle creator Marnie Alton. Unlike your usual barre class, you won’t need any dumbbells, mini balls, or even a bar for that matter. No muscle will be left idle by the end of this routine, which also includes a fat-blasting cardio element. Modifications for low-impact moves are available throughout the workout.
Add light weights to increase your muscle mass
Grab your trusty pair of dumbbells and add some resistance training to your routine with this 15-minute workout by personal trainer Rebecca Louise. After powering through overhead presses to work your shoulders, feel the sweet burn in your glutes and thighs as you do curtsy lunges and fire hydrant lifts. It‘s a full-body workout set to tone you from head to toe – core and calves included.
Build endurance, balance and coordination skills at the same time
This no-equipment workout by Fitness Blender is perfect for training your endurance, balance and flexibility levels. Expect your coordination skills to be seriously tested through interesting variations of your typical bodyweight movements, such as side plank jacks and pivot centre jumps. If you can’t keep up or need a challenge, the trainer provides modifications along the way.
Give your joints a break with this low-impact alternative
Low impact doesn’t mean low intensity. This superhero-themed workout from Blogilates founder Cassey Ho’s apartment-friendly series targets key areas like the arms, abs, obliques and booty, while also offering a great stretch. Think downward dog poses with pulsing butt lifts, hip twists to trim your waist and more.