The Full Body Burn Workout

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Mar, 08, 2019
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(Last Updated On: September 17, 2019)

Are you looking for just that one workout that you can do again and again and feel the burn each time? That go- to workout? Welcome to the Full Body Burn Workout.

Today I’m really happy and excited to share mine with you. This is my go-to workout when I’m travelling, when I have no access to a gym or equipment and when I’m pushed for time.

You’ll be building up a sweat and feeling the burn in just 20 minutes.

Lateral Lunges

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. With one leg lunge out to the side. Make sure to bring your booty down toward the ground as you lunge. Come back up and repeat on the other leg. Make sure your knee doesn’t travel further forward than your toes. Repeat for 20 reps, 10 on each leg.

Sumo squats

Stand with your feet wide with your toes pointing slightly outwards. Squat down making sure your knees don’t go further forward than your toes. Your thighs should be at a 90-degree angle to your shins. 20 reps total.

Diamond Pushup

A variation of the standard pushup, this pushup targets the triceps a little more. Get into a push-up position putting your hands down flat on the ground directly under your shoulders. Make a triangle shape with your thumbs and forefinger. Now let yourself move down until the elbows are bent at 45 degrees. Push yourself back up. 10 reps.

Bodyweight Pike

This is a hybrid movement, basically moving between a plank and a downward dog position. Get into a plank position with your palms down on the ground right beneath your shoulders. Use your arms to push your body weight back. Move your booty and hips up into the air and into a downward dog position. Make sure your core is engaged and that you’re really pushing back that body weight through your arms. Repeat for 20 reps.

Bicycle crunch

Now onto the abs. Lie down flat on your back with your elbows bent and your palms interlinked behind your head. Bring your shoulders up off of the ground. Slowly bring in your elbow and the opposite knee in together until they touch. So if you’re working your right elbow, bring in your left leg so your left knee touches your right elbow. Straighten out and repeat again for the other elbow and knee. Repeat for 20 reps.

Mountain climbers

Start in a plank position. Alternatively, bring your knees up towards your chest in a running motion. You should feel like you’re running up a mountain with your palms flat on the ground. Repeat for 20 reps or even better, one whole minute.

REST

Repeat for 4-5 sets. The more the better. 🙂

More travel workouts:

Full Body Beach Workout

How to combine travel and fitness

Full-Body Resistance Band workout

Let me know your comments below! How did you get on with the Full Body Burn Workout? Did it burn?

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