No The Equipment Circuit Workout


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Motivation. 10-Minute No-Equipment Full Body Circuit. If you’re looking for ways to excuse-proof your fitness routine, you have to give this 10-Minute No-Equipment Full Body Circuit a try. You don’t need any equipment for this one, plus it’s only 10 minutes long, so you can easily squeeze this bodyweight workout into your busy day.

It’s broken down into segments: Cardio Squats Planks Crunches. The only equipment you’ll need is a towel to protect your hands from the concrete (bring your own or borrow from the hotel). Example workout.

Perform five rounds of the following: 2x Run down 10 parking spots and back. 1x Side shuffle down 8 spots and back then face opposite way and repeat. Lunge down 6 spots and back.

4 Slow Motion Push-Ups. Repeat for 3 rounds of 40 seconds on, 20 seconds off, switching movements every minute: Squat to Alternating Side Leg Raise Jumping Lunges (scale to reverse lunge) Drop Squats Fire Hydrants Left Fire Hydrants Right. 18 cardio exercises at home; no equipment needed for this 30-Minute HIIT At Home Workout! An intense, NO EQUIPMENT WORKOUT — from bodyweight squats and jump lunges to planks and plyo push ups — perform each high intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise in 30 second intervals. Jump to the 18 Cardio Exercises At Home.

Circuit training workouts without equipment can provide both cardiovascular and strength training benefits, at home or in the gym, for any fitness level. Just because you’re not using any equipment doesn’t mean your workout will be less effective. Video of the Day Volume 0%. 28 minute At Home Workout that requires no equipment.

My Instagram: @toningtoni 20-Minute, No-Equipment Circuit Workout This 20-Minute, No-Equipment Circuit Is Clutch When the Gym Is Just Too Crowded. 12 YouTube Videos That Prove You Don’t Need Full Mobility to Work Out. Printable Full-Body Circuit Workout — No Equipment Needed! You have no excuses not to do this full-body circuit workout.

Not only can you do it almost anywhere, but you don’t need any special equipment (just a wall and. A 15-minute full body HIIT workout — no equipment required. You will start with circuit 1 the first week, move on to circuit 2 the second week, and then begin alternating between them (while.

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Most importantly, performing exercise circuits with only one piece of fitness equipment can give you numerous options for exercising at home, at your favorite fitness facility, or in an underequipped hotel fitness center when traveling.

“Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple” by Pete McCall
from Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple
by Pete McCall
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2018

Each circuit training participant moves from one station to the next with little (15–30 seconds) or no rest, performing a 15to 45-second workout of 8–20 repetitions at each station (using a resistance of about 40–60 percent of one repetition maximum [1 RM]).

“Orthopaedics for the Physical Therapist Assistant” by Mark Dutton
from Orthopaedics for the Physical Therapist Assistant
by Mark Dutton
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2011

Circuits can be performed using little or no equipment or, if sufficient equipment is available to accommodate the whole group, cycles, rowing machines, treadmills, etc., can be used throughout the exercise session.

“Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics” by Jennifer A. Pryor, Ammani S Prasad
from Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics
by Jennifer A. Pryor, Ammani S Prasad
Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2008

After a 15-second rest, the participant moves to the next resistance exercise station and so on to complete the circuit, usually composed of 8 to 15 different exercises.

“Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance” by William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
from Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance
by William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010

resistance stations featuring dumbbells, exercise bands, strength machines, or calisthenics using body weight for resistance; alternatively, conventional circuit designs include resistance stations only.

“Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults” by C. Jessie Jones, Debra J. Rose
from Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults
by C. Jessie Jones, Debra J. Rose
Human Kinetics, 2005

On the road you can substitute exercises that do not require the use of weights or other equipment.

“Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding” by Franco Columbu
from Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding
by Franco Columbu
Creators Publishing, 2017

The goal of your circuit training is not to lift maximally heavy weights or to build big muscles—don’t get drawn down that path!—but instead to simply acquire enough muscular strength to climb regularly, learn skills, and reduce injury risk.

“The Rock Climber's Exercise Guide: Training for Strength, Power, Endurance, Flexibility, and Stability” by Eric Horst
from The Rock Climber’s Exercise Guide: Training for Strength, Power, Endurance, Flexibility, and Stability
by Eric Horst
Falcon Guides, 2016

There are all types of resistance training equipment for home use.

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

The circuit includes push­ups, sit ups, skipping, step ups, shuttle runs, squats, biceps and triceps curls.

“Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience” by Susan Capel, Margaret Whitehead
from Learning to Teach Physical Education in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience
by Susan Capel, Margaret Whitehead
Taylor & Francis, 2010

Most of these exercises can be done in gyms using equipment, but they also can be done using props at home.

“Mom Energy” by Ashley Koff, R.D., Kathy Kaehler
from Mom Energy
by Ashley Koff, R.D., Kathy Kaehler
Hay House, 2011

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  • It is so cool! Finally some long workouts. I was looking for long workout for days and I just found you and your videos! Thank you!

  • 1. What does the acronym “HIIT” stand for? (HIIT Workout)
    2. What us a HIIT workout (explain)?
    3. What is a “Tabata” workout (explain)?
    4. What is a “circuit” workout (explain)?
    5. Do you think after reading the definitions and information about these workouts they are very similar to one another or very different?

  • Will I ever learn that when you say no weights needed we are all in for a killer workout�� Made it through with you pushing me all the way. Thank you Sydney for these amazing workouts����

  • This was a good HIIT cardio. 40 mins flew by. 2 circuits 10 moves Each done twice. My favorite. I did add some mor plyo jumping moves from the video Home Cardio to make it more intense bc I’m nuts. I’m drenched HR 166 Calories 300 plus BPM 168. CTC ✅ see you tomorrow for full body strength workout. Thank you Heather.

  • Amazing work out thank you!!
    If your neighbours are complaining below and you want to take it outside..
    Cross Jacks (touch opposite toe and jumping jack)
    in and out squats
    T push up
    tik tok (forward and back lunges right leg)
    tok tok left leg
    lateral hop up (jump to the side and jump up)
    inch worm and jumping jack
    plank and reach
    switch and squat
    bicycle crunch

    squat and glute curl
    plank and shoulder tap
    squat and leg lift to the side
    bird dog push up
    borad jacks (long jump and jumping jack)
    ninja hops
    frog crunch
    plank press
    speed skaters
    star jumps


  • Awesome video! It’s great to see all the various options for a full bodyweight routine. It’s what my small channel is aspiring to!��

  • I really liked this! because the intervals didn’t repeat after a few min the workout wasn’t repetitive or didn’t feel long, but after the first 1/2 we knew what was coming up next, thank you

  • Holy Cow that was the hardest workout EVER! But I never ever gave up and I am so proud of myself for the planks at the end I can’t believe i could do it! #crushedit

  • Me: mid-workout, sweat pouring, body screaming
    Sydney: “You got a body, I got you!”
    She is not kidding!

    So grateful for getting stronger from home with these smart, always different workouts. Thank you <3

  • Loved the format of this workout. Increasing the time as we go further along. I thought of doing this between my strength training days. It was a burner

  • Good workout but much prefer one that has a warm up and cool down. This one goes into jumping too fast and your heart rate is very high when it ends with no cool down

  • LOVE!!! Like the rest, I am a fan of the no repeat workouts, but also see the value of the repeated exercises giving an opportunity to get better at them with 2nd/3rd set. Really just a big fan of yours, the quality of your material and your form/expertise. Thank you always for sharing.

  • Love it! IVery appropriated for people who wants to preserve theire knees and joints.. cause it can be totaly low impact! I m a rheumatologist, I can send it to my patients who want to lose wait… Thank you for sharing.. big up

  • Killer! Hit all the notes: cardio, upper body, lower body, core, no repeats and no equipment. And I totally sweated up, and was huffing and puffing! ������������

  • I’m 5 months postpartum and stuck in quarantine time. I feel I can do this tomorrow!!! Then again I’m a bottle of wine deep: I’ve just gotten so fat n frumpy ������

  • Thank you Amy. This was my first workout with you. Awesome! I’m 44, healthy, but don’t workout at all. You are so motivational. I giggled when you would say, “Hey, you showed up today.” But it was also really a relief that I didn’t have pressure to do 1 hour of insane sweating. I got a great workout, was sore for 3 days and realized I need to stick with it. Thank you!!!!!

  • Best workout I have seen on youtube! challenging and fun.
    Looking forward for more over 40 min hiit workouts..
    Thank you Heather <3

  • Fantastic workout, first time I’ve done one of your workouts and I loved it. I’ll be back for more. My face has never been so red ��. Keeping me sane working out during this pandemic!

  • Great work outs…..just introduced to you 2 weeks ago!! Thank you; you’re saving me during this crazy time confined at home. Would love it if you would share the weight that you are using at the beginning of the work out.

  • Thanks for the amazing video…didn’t know body weight could be this challenging. Did this because I was looking for an easy workoutnothing easy about this one. Love the pace too.

  • Almost did not work out but then I remembered how good it feels afterward and how motivating and encouraging you’re, Sydney! Thank you for always pushing me to crushing it!!

  • I messed up my hand and I can’t hold on to weights for a while. This was an awesome morning workout.
    It tried to kick my butt…but I kicked it right back. Thanks Sydney

  • Amazing workout! I was able to keep up, focus on my form and the feeling in the muscles. I was drenched after the first 20 minutes but felt I could keep going.

  • She repeated the second segment from the first segment, you can see the same pause she took at 6:22 repeated at 26:51. No need to feel bad if you can’t do this 40min segment at one go.

  • thank you sydney! i crushed the work out today.. i feel great, a bit tired but totally feeling great about my body and myself in general.

  • Thank you Amy! I really appreciate all your videos, they have been helping me try and loose weight while isolating at home. I’ve been struggling but your videos have helped me find balance and consistency so hopefully I can come out of this global crisis ready for my wedding!

  • Great workout. Good sweat. 4 circuits each with 3 exercises. Do 15 of each exercise and repeat circuit 3 times. Can use a bench/chair for dips and back leg squats. Certainly worked the whole body. Thanks

  • Fantastic workout!!! Going to share your page on my social this evening. I have been battling to find dumbells and the ones I ordered only arrive in a month so this was perfect. Thanks again Sidney!

  • These circuit workouts really make 50 minutes go by pretty quickly! I LOVE the variety and the fact that you really work hard even without weights!

  • I found this channel during quarantine, and I am so glad I did. My challenge working out at home is getting bored or distracted in about 15 minutes and wanting to give up. Not with these workouts! I stay all the way to the end and feel challenged and accomplished. Thanks for all of the bodyweight workouts. I love your positive energy. I am addicted!

  • Another copy and paste job. The second half is a copy of the first half. Moreover since both halves are split in two we don’t even know if they filmed continuously….

  • Hello Heather. I love your workouts. Thanks a lot for sharing them with us.
    I just have one question. I’d like to know aprox how many calories are burned when doing this workout?

  • I didn’t know which body part was going to die first…my arms from the pushups and planks or my legs from all those squat variations����

  • I love your workouts especially the 30 minute ones that I can do before work.
    This is a great one without equipment and completed this one earlier.

  • Thank you thank you thank you for these amazing workouts!!! I cannot get enough!! Crushed it and the positivity really keeps me going and pushing!!! ����❤️

  • Good workout. I just wish that the combinations were such that I didn’t have to take my laptop up and down all the time. Would love a workout with a part standing up followed by the floor.

  • This lady has a Tinkerbell’s face with Amazon warrior’s body; hope she has a real alpha to go along otherwise it would be a damn shame…

  • Heather, you’re the best! Thanks for all your dependable kickass content! Love your workouts love the no repeats playlist. Seriously such a fan. THANK YOU!

  • I usually preview my workout video that I’m going to take on just to see if I can do some of the moves and this looked easier but it was really challenging

  • Decided to take a day off from the weights in your 12-week program and did this instead. No regrets! This was a great sweat sesh. Thanks Heather ❤️

  • This is a good one. I love no repeat workouts. I get bored easily from repeats and repeats make me aware of how much time I have left. When broken up into separate repeat sections, I think to myself “Ugh, not again!” I’d rather be oblivious to the time left since I’m very impatient. No repeats make the workout fly by. If only more trainers would do this!

  • Thank you so much Heather, This was an amazing workout during Quarantine. I consider myself pretty fit and this really pushed me with the right level of intensity. I’ll keep doing your workouts! please more 45-60 minute workouts.

  • I love your workout videos I actually book marked them with duration and type of workout (strength, cardio, leg etc). To me the workout videos are for instructional purposes. For those who complaints/feedback on the ‘copy paste’, ‘not completing the whole duration’, how much did you actually have to pay to follow this workout vid and how many trainers have you seen actually upload variety of (long) workout vid in YT like HR? Now imagine those who paid just for ‘printed’ training programme.

  • Starting to workout again after gaining wt and no gym for 4 months I caught myself saying during this video “Oh hell no this white girl crazy!!” LOL!!!! ( in a playful non racial way fyi)…..felt def my NEW GO TO FOR WORKOUTS LOL THANK YOU ♥

  • really tough workout, for me personally there was not enough transition time between circuits, 30 seconds went like 5! I’ve made it to the end though so very happy! thank you

  • Thanks, I really don’t want to exercise today and then I stumbled upon you, before I felt like giving up and eating lots of chocolate but you made it fun like being in a dance class thanks ��

  • Hey everyone!! I know I’ve asked this before, but I’m asking for one simple but HUGE favor for myself and my fiancé, Dustin. YouTube now shows that 60% of our daily viewers are NOT SUBSCRIBED to our channel (to put that into a better perspective, that’s 815,000 other people that are not subscribed which would put the channel around 1,357,000 subscribers) and I know that a lot of you that have used my channel every single day for the past several months to year and a half aren’t subscribed (I see it when you post your completion stories! lol). It would really help us reach more people if you could do something as simple as taking 2 extra seconds to hit subscribe (swiping up will take you right there!) or sign into your YouTube account and simply subscribe for us. YouTube really puts a lot of value in that subscriber number to gauge how well the audience likes our channel to “recommend” it to other viewers using YouTube. YouTube is one of the only social platforms where you don’t actually have to be subscribed, following, or friends with someone for their most recent uploaded content to be recommended to you regardless of if you have an account or not and with us posting every single day for you all we kind of hurt ourselves with no one needing to subscribe since we’re always at the front of your home page. If you don’t care, please take a second and swipe up to make sure you’re subscribed and also, please do us a HUGE favor and share this post and ask others that use the channel to subscribe so that the awareness of our completely 100% free fitness channel (that won’t go away even after everything is settled with the pandemic) can get to more of those people who need it. Thank you so much!!

  • Another great workout Amy�� I’m another one of your mature followers and at 62 I find all your exercises safe and easy to follow. I started watching you way back with Cardio Tabata ( I still love that workout) Keep up the amazing work.

  • Going through cancer treatments during a pandemic..these workouts have been a saving grace. Helps a person deal with all the emotions that come with cancer during self isolation!

  • I did not realize how sedentary I was through the quarantine until I came upon this workout. I cried and only made it through 10 minutes sweating my ass off… And that means it’s good!! Thanks girl ☺️

  • Most favourite session for me. ��������Yet it was not easy for me����. But I did it with a lot of pauses. Now I am sweating like a crazy�������� thank you very much for this workout

  • At the age of 60, I began working out consistently. I am now 71 and find myself “safe at home”. Your channel has been a blessing. However, I take an advanced Pilates class before I take yours. I may have to rethink this. With that said, I kept up for the first two circuits which are great. You are excellent at demonstrating different levels for each exercise. I am so happy to have found you. I also found an excellent yoga class for all levels. Thank you!

  • I love heather’s workout sessions because she doesn’t talk much during the workout unlike others I have seen and tried. I always get so bothered with the too much talking and am like please just shut up! This works for me, and her sessions are so great and challenging just the way I love them.

  • Hi Sydney, I have been following this series of your since day 1 very faithfully. And I’m hooked. I totally enjoy listening to you and following you during the the workouts! You make the session less tedious with your endearing banter and descriptions of the individual moves. The 50-60 mins sessions that seemed so intimidating/daunting went by with sense of achievement @ the end. Thank you for showing up religiously everyday! ��

  • Is it I or there are people who can’t pushups?! But I want to learn really bad��
    I want to feel strong
    Cause everyone thinks I’m weak ��

  • Oh my god I’m only halfway through and I’m dripping in sweat, breathing hard, but I won’t give up. I’ve been going through something very emotionally challenging and it took a lot for me to even show up for myself today to work out. I’m glad I did though.

  • This comment is for the 40 min killer workout w no weights. It was insane! Heather I want more cardio HIIT NO REPEAT 40-50 min class. I love them. Makes me push myself harder when I do burpees (which I hate) only once. Thanks Heather.

  • I usually don’t comment on videos but man was this one hard hahah I really a struggled but I’m proud I finished it!! After this workout I felt super strong and capable of anything. Thanks for showing up everyday for us ❤️❤️

  • That was amazing! I wanted to quit half way through but as soon as I saw WORKOUT COMPLETE I was so happy. I burned 475 calories �� and I feel GREAT

  • This was a lot crazy but I did it.����Thank you so much Amy. I’ve done quite a few of your workouts and I love them especially as you always give easier variations..the best so far����☺️

  • Awesome channel content simply inspirational. Just starting my own physed youtube journey up here in NSW. Keep doing what you do Christina:)

  • you re the motivation what wake me up early and challenge myself everyday. please keep going and make us feel better with your dicipline. and share your nutrition advices as well:)))) also so so sorry for not reaching your outfits from Turkey:(((

  • Perfect workout for the quarantine. Used to go to the wym 5-6 times a week. Thanks to your workouts I feel energized and don’t miss the gym. Keep up with the longer format/ no equipment necessary.Your fan from NY

  • Thanks for all of your awesome videos, Amy. I’ve been following you for two years (ever since I got a kettlebell) and am grateful for your awesome cardio, Pilates, and strength videos; you are my go-to Youtube channel for working out.

  • Sydney asks: h’u doing so far!
    Me: I love it but I wanna quit!
    Syndey says: say something positive!
    Me: Yo!I’m gonna take this to “You’ve reached your cool down!”
    This was so intense and feels amazing post workout! @syndney my friend and I have been addicted to your workouts since discovering you 8weeks ago!

  • I do this workout about once a week. Great balance of upper and lower body moves, core, and strengthening exercises. I would love more like this with 40 mins of pure HIIT! Thank you so much, Heather! I’m a huge fan of your workouts. ❤️

  • Hi I’m your big fan in Korea:) I have some question about this video, Is that a sort of aerobic work out? And I want to do some aerobic work out for my diet, Would you recommend some exercise for me? Always thanks for your video from Korea������

  • i did Essentrics for a few days but had to come back to your exercises. Sweating and working hard is what I miss which only your exercise moves can do! awesome!

  • Been following you and your workout since my pregnancy, now being one year post pregnant I totally recover my body! Thank you Amy!

  • This is fantastic! Thank you so much for these workouts!! You have helped me lose 25lbs so far. I am so much healthier because of your help.

  • This is amazing! Thank you for all your workout videos. Think you could do a 20-30 mins lovehandle workout for the summer?! You have such a talent and we appreciate you keeping us all active!

  • I have started doing weights every other day so I was happy to see your no equipment workout to do on the opposite days. Since I am not in the greatest of shape I did the modified versions of each exercise and I am still feeling it. Thank you for showing versions for everyone. Hopefully I can advance in the near future. Thanks for all your videos.

  • Hey Sydney, i have been doing ur workouts for almost 1and half months and trst me or not i have lost 6kgs, doing Pushups is not my thng bt i try to do it evryday and can hardly do 6 pushups at a time����but still have a long way to go,, love u a lot and plz keep posting ur lovely videos so that i can challenge myself every day and end up crying like “nope i’m gonna die if i try this anymore” but endup trying. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Heather, I found your workouts during this pandemic and it is the only thing that makes me happy! I just turned 67 yrs. old and love the workouts. True, I can’t do a full burpee, and jumping-jacks hurt my knees after a few, so I just modify those moves. I am a group fitness instructor for older adults at an agency in my city and so miss teaching my classes. So thank you for such a great stress relieving program that makes me feel happy and am getting stronger too! sincerely, Robin in Michigan.

  • Did them all except the sit ups did a rainbow plank instead l have that gap in the middle of my abs and a very weak lower back..��������