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A Ten Minute Workout You Can Do Anywhere

I accidentally forgot to pack sneakers for my trip to Nashville and Houston this weekend, but knowing the way my longthroat (that’s a Nigerian term for greedy hunger) is set up and that I’d want to feast on all the amazing Southern food, I had to come up with a way to exercise. This ten minute workout routine is incredibly easy to do anywhere – you don’t need a lot of space, time, equipment, or even sneakers – so it’s perfect for staying in shape while traveling, or anytime you want to break a quick sweat to make yourself proud that you fit exercise into your busy schedule.

 The 10 Minute Workout You Can Do Anywhere

30 seconds of core exercise (let’s call this A1)

30 seconds of cardio exercise (B1)

30 seconds rest

30 seconds of a different core exercise (A2)

30 seconds of a different cardio exercise (B2)

30 seconds rest

30 seconds of a different core exercise (A3)

30 seconds of a different cardio exercise (B3)

60 seconds rest

This is a five minute circuit, so you can repeat the circuit one time to turn it into a 10 minute workout, or repeat is as many times as you’d like to up the intensity. The reason I didn’t specifically say which exercises to do is because there are so many you can choose from, based on your target areas, what your body is able to do, and what you like to do. The main gist is that you want to alternate between a core exercise, that helps strengthen and tone your body, and a cardio exercise, that gets your heart rate up. Here are some potential suggestions below.

Core Exercise Ideas

Mountain climbers, burpees, squats, lunges, alternating kicks, push-ups, toe touches, planks, walk outs, sit ups, etc

Cardio Exercise Ideas

High knees, jumping jacks, side shuffles, butt kicks, jump squats, frog leaps, jump rope, run in place, ski jumps, etc

Here’s what my workout looked like:

30 seconds of mountain climbers

30 seconds of jumping jacks

30 seconds rest

30 seconds of alternating kicks

30 seconds of high knees

30 seconds rest

30 seconds of pushups

30 seconds of shuffles

60 seconds rest

Repeat

Try your best to make it through the full 30 seconds of each workout because you know you’ll have an adequate rest in between each set, and an even longer rest between each round!

Will you be trying this easy ten minute workout?

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