10 Min Bodyweight Complex AT HOME

10 Min Bodyweight Complex AT HOME [Advanced HIIT]

A 10-Minute Workout Anyone you Can Do at home.

If you’re looking to get moving here’s an advanced HIIT 10-minute workout.

10 Min Bodyweight Complex AT HOME

Remember, your body is a machine — you don’t need equipment or trendy workouts to make an impact.

Try this HIIT workout.

This one is fairly advanced and has a few high impact exercises.

This routine will not only burn stubborn fat but it will also improve your fitness level and muscular endurance.

All with no gym membership required!

If you’re new to HIIT workouts, try one of my low impact, beginner workouts first and work up to this one.

This bodyweight complex can be done whenever and wherever you want.

You don’t need any equipment or weight.

The video is full length which means you can just follow along with whatever I’m doing.

If you need extra rest, just pause the video.

If you don’t need a rest – watch it the whole way through.

I recommend doing this workout 2-3x per week – and if you wanted to keep active on your other days – be sure to check out my other workouts!

Let’s do this!

10 Min Bodyweight Complex

• 30 Jumping Lunges / Squat Complex
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Dive Bomber Pushups
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Cross Touches
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Squat Jacks
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 X-Body Mountain Climbers
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Half Burpee / Plank Tuck Jump Complex
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Jumping Lunges / Squat Complex
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Dive Bomber Pushups
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Cross Touches
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Squat Jacks
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 X-Body Mountain Climbers
• 15 Seconds Rest
• 30 Half Burpee / Plank Tuck Jump Complex

Total 9 Minutes

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How Long Does It Really Take to See Fitness Results?

Who says a good workout needs to take an hour or even more? If you’re like me and have a busy lifestyle, with plenty of job/school/family obligations and endless amounts of “other stuff” slamming your schedule, finding a spare hour can be about as unlikely as watching a judge congratulate Lindsey Lohan on the progress she’s made.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that a great workout can be had in only 10 minutes, just 1/6 of an hour.

The key is upping the high intensity to account for the decreased training time.

When time is short, think of yourself as a member of the Bomb Squad.

You’ve got 10 minutes to give yourself a high intensity workout – any slacking or lagging, and … BOOM.

There’s plenty of work and muscle to be had, so there’s no room for a half-assed effort.

So that’s it.

If you are ready to push yourself and want to save a huge amount of time, here’s a workout for you.

Remember, the clock is ticking … Increasing Intensity Intensity is the key to getting the most out of a quick workout.

In this case, I am defining intensity two ways: work done per unit of time and intensity of effort.

I understand there are differing views as to what the term intensity means and that intensity of effort is something that is hard to put into real terms, as it is largely subjective.

In this case, intensity of effort is tied into extended set techniques and training to failure.

Quick does not have to mean easy! One of the other keys is to accept you will not be able to use a lot of exercises per bodypart.

You have to make good choices here and pick quality movements.