I’ve gotten a lot of requests lately from you guys for a workout that you can still do if you live in an apartment or somewhere where you can’t make a lot of noise.
So that’s why I decided to put together (and film) today’s apartment-friendly HIIT workout—to show you that you really can get a good workout in anywhere, even if all you have is a tiny apartment and can’t jump around (unless you want your neighbors to hate you).
This workout uses very little equipment so that you’ll have ZERO excuses not to do it. As you’ll see, I do use a medicine ball in one of the exercises, but if you don’t have one you can still do this workout! Just grab a dumbbell, a heavy book or something similar for the medicine ball twists.
And remember, the key to these workouts is to work as hard as you possibly can. They’re short, so you really have to give them your all! Work hard and you’ll get stronger and fitter before you know it.
Here’s your minimal equipment apartment-friendly HIIT workout:
Workout type: 12 minute
Timer setting: 18 x :10 x :30
Bonus: Handstand practice
Remember: If you don’t have a medicine ball, you can still do today’s workout! Just grab a dumbbell, a heavy book or something similar for the twists.
Leave your reps in the comments below.
My reps for today’s workout:
Air squats: 24, 23, 244
Dive bomber push ups: 6, 7, 7
Side lunges: 25, 23, 25
Pike push ups: 12, 12, 12
Medicine ball twists: 31, 30, 32
Plank get ups: 13, 14, 14
Plus lots of handstands!
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