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INTENSE 12 MINUTE UPPER BODY WORKOUT(NO EQUIPMENT)

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20 Minutes to a Stronger Upper Body. Jaime McFaden shares the perfect moves for defined arms and shoulders. You don’t need any weights or special equipment—just your body!

Complete with modifications for all levels, this bodyweight workout not only targets your arms and chest, but also engages your entire back and core. REPS: 20 PER SIDE. Set Up: Lie on your left side. Place your right palm flat on the floor, making a 90-degree angle with your arm. Place your left hand on the floor in front of you, or on your right shoulder for balance. Action: Push your upper body upward, focusing on using your tricep muscle, then lower back down using control.

A strong upper body can improve posture, reduce the risk of injury, and helps you do every day activities with ease. Simple Strength is an easy (and fast) way to strengthen your chest and back when you only have 20 minutes between meetings or between shuffling the kids from place to place. Be Confident With Coach Natalie. 20-Minute Upper Body Workout But many people are pigeon holed into thinking that the only way to get bigger or stronger is by adding weight. However, progress can be.

Set your stopwatch to 20 minutes, and let the pain begin. “This is a great little workout you can do to burn out your upper body,” Marthaler says. “You’re going to. Kids need physical activity everyday to get stronger. These exercises are fun and easy to do at home and will help involve the entire body.

Upper body (arm. 20 Minutes to a Stronger Upper Body, without Equipment 20 Minutes to a Stronger Upper Body, without Equipment It’s the upper body that’s the focus of today’s workout. It’s not often that I dedicate an entire workout to my upper body because I feel like it’s already incorporated into so many other exercises (planks, burpees, etc.). Directions: After a five-minute dynamic warmup, perform the five-minute workout ahead four times for a total of 20 minutes. If you want to make it a 30-minute workout, repeat twice more.

This 20-minute upper body workout will put your shoulders, back, chest, biceps and triceps to the test, sculpting sexy muscles you’ll want to show off all year long. But more important than having toned triceps, a strong upper body also matters in a very functional way. You push, pull and lift things all the time. These seven 20-minute workouts will burn calories, build muscle, and eliminate any excuses about being too busy to get in shape.

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I usually train three or four days doing a split of upper-body and lower-body compound exercises.

“Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World” by Timothy Ferriss
from Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World
by Timothy Ferriss
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017

upper body ergometer (UBE) using light resistance can be beneficial at this time (4 weeks) to facilitate ROM and initiate active muscular control of the shoulder.

“Pathology and Intervention in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book” by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, William S. Quillen, Robert C. Manske
from Pathology and Intervention in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book
by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

What to do: Do this workout twice a week, resting your upper body for 3 or 4 days between sessions.

“The Men's Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU!” by Adam Campbell
from The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU!
by Adam Campbell
Rodale, 2009

Therefore, there should always be five to seven days between extremely intense upperor lower-body workouts.

“Body by God: The Owner's Manual for Maximized Living” by Ben Lerner
from Body by God: The Owner’s Manual for Maximized Living
by Ben Lerner
Thomas Nelson, 2007

If time constraints do not permit all exercises to be performed in a given day, then the same muscle groups should not be exercised on consecutive days (e.g., train the upper body one day and the lower body the next).

“Lifestyle Medicine, Third Edition” by James M. Rippe
from Lifestyle Medicine, Third Edition
by James M. Rippe
CRC Press, 2019

Training can be performed more frequently if using a split-body routine, that is, upper body one day and lower body the next.

“Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2015

To add muscle and acquire definition, daily strength-training and bodybuilding sessions alone will exceed 1 hour (alternating between upper-body movements one day and lower-body movements the next).

“Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform” by Jerrold S. Greenberg, George B. Dintiman, Barbee Myers Oakes
from Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform
by Jerrold S. Greenberg, George B. Dintiman, Barbee Myers Oakes
Human Kinetics, 2004

Rest time between sets: 3–5 minutes The aim here is to build muscle and increase strength by working with maximum effort on compound movements.

“Train Happy: An intuitive exercise plan for every body” by Tally Rye
from Train Happy: An intuitive exercise plan for every body
by Tally Rye
Pavilion Books, 2020

What I’m referring to is the oft-repeated notion that it always takes 48 hours for your muscles to recover after a strength-training session.

“Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets To Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever” by Strauss Zelnick
from Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets To Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever
by Strauss Zelnick
Galvanized Media, 2018

Take an upper-body bodyweight exercise, such as a push-up or pull-up, and a lower-body bodyweight exercise, such as a lunge or squat, and perform the movements as slowly as you possibly can—it should take at least thirty to sixty seconds to get to the top of one rep and thirty to sixty seconds to return.

“Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging” by Ben Greenfield
from Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2020

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  • 60s jump jacks
    30s pike push ups
    30s press ups
    30s plank ups
    30s supermans
    30s plank
    60s arm circles
    30s REST
    60s jump ropes
    30s left side plank
    30s right side plank
    30s left side loaded press up
    30s right side loaded press up
    30s raise the roof
    30s REST
    60s ankle taps
    30s flutter kicks
    30s REST
    60s jump jacks

  • In your 30 day calendar, It says 20 min upper body but it’s 12 minutes I’m not sure what to do, do I ignore the 20 min and just do the regularly 12 min?

  • this is definitely another intense workout. Wow, the plank ups right after the push-ups right after the pike push. Definitely starting to see some results already as I make my journey from being skinny to muscular

  • I recently had surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon. I liked this workout (except for the JJ’s) because I can do pretty much all of them while I”m still in a cast. Any suggestions on alternatives to JJ’s?

  • DAY 8 MONTH 2
    HAD TO WATCH SOME MOTIVATIONAL VIDEOS THIS MORNING TO PUSH MYSELF TO DO MY WORKOUT THIS MORNING… GLAD I DID… THESE 2 MONTH WORKOUTS ARE NO JOKE.. THANKS BIG DAWGIEE.

  • I loved it!! Definitely felt the burn and dropped my arms a couple times but I would immediately resume the exercise. I think I’ll add this to the rotation. Thanks again!!

  • Would like to see you do reviews on these no equipment exercises so we can know what they are good for but lowkey these videos are just enough all we need is personal consistancy!!

  • Madfit: We’re not going to drop those arms for 4 minutes
    Nobody:
    Me: Wait, isn’t it supposed to be 3 minutes?
    1 minute arm circling, 1 minute forward/backward, 1 minute up/down
    ����

  • I’ve been doing 13 different workouts you’ve posted, I’m just now thinking should I do the 13 different workouts 5-12min each every day or split them up during the week?

  • Day 8!!!

    The continuous push ups without breaks was challenging, had to support myself with my legs mid way, but we have go keep on moving!!!

    24 mins of upper workout!! Let’s go fam!!!!

  • Love the workouts man!! Been killing em with all this stay at home stuff…I like to do them in real time along with the video and it would greatly help if you could make the countdown just a little louder or the music a little lower. Just a suggestion bro, love the content ������

  • Great burn for upper body. My arms and shoulders are on fire �� combining this with your killer 35 min leg workout which the name says it. It’s a killer! Good Friday combo HR 134 not bad for zero jumping strictly weights.

  • Managed to get through the whole thing (at a lot slower pace of course) with 2.5kg dumbbells. I thought that would be a bit too light but it ended up killing me��

  • finally a training video done well: effective, simple, and without too much talk. in Italy the gyms are closed for the coronavirus, with these videos I can keep in shape. thank you man.

  • I’ve been using a jump rope in my garage for the last year constantly knocking shit over….. it never occurred to me that the jump rope isn’t actually needed for the same exercise……. I’m a dumbass… ��

  • First of all I hate you!: ) This workout was way more than I expected! I’ve done several of your other workouts and this one,even though sorta quick, it was a beast! Definitely felt the burn and LOVE how you motivate and encourage to keep going. Since I started doing your workouts with you and your wife about 6 months ago I’ve actually developed muscle tone in my arms and abs!! Keep the videos coming! Subscriber fa life!!!

  • I could not keep my arms up! They felt like jelly �� I haven’t done an upper body workout in months and boy oh boy did I feel the burn!

  • Thank you, the public gym has been closed because of the coronavirus.
    Your videos are so helpful.
    I’m already exhausted to do this after I did your 20 mins video,
    but it’s a very nice workout, indeed!

  • Really intense… My first day.. Drop my arms so many times but again do it….. This was really sweaty and kicky…. Thanks babe ❤

  • Barrrellly kept my arms up. Love these short, intense workouts! Just found you and I’ve been doing 1-2 a day all week. Great for a quick burn while my kid is in the highchair or watching a cartoon. Makes it to where I don’t have to put my workout off til after he goes to sleep. AKA I actually do it! thank youuuuu <3

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  • I love how Bully Juice doesn’t mess around with ads and ‘likes’ and overblown explanations… he gets straight on with the good stuff and keeps it simple. All his shit clearly works too.

  • First exercise: Oh that’s easy!
    After the first exercise: Oh… am I going to do this in 3 minutes twice?
    But honestly I really love your workouts!

  • THANK YOU! I am regularly away and need something without equipment this is it! Perfect tho I admit I do drop my arms and sometimes pause the recording…

  • Great workout. I did this on Saturday, a Sunday off and doing it today on Monday. This is so effective for me to add it to my badminton strength training regime, alternate day with my customised lower body workout.

  • Bully. Your my number one go to friend for a great workout. I really enjoyed this mix up. Keep it going bud. Jesus Bless you man. Stay safe. Keep em coming

  • Really great workout. By now I can complete everything with the same weights, just the push ups make me strike down to the ground by the middle of the set everytime:p

  • I’m a skinny beginner. Made it 5 mins in with 5kg on each arm and now I can’t bend my left arm. Unable to continue today, but imma come back as soon as my arm is normal.

    I guess I’m gonna stick to one or maybe two sets for now.

  • Didnt drop my arm…completed the entire routine but i think…my arms have become senseless numb��������….awesome workout..����������

  • This was such a great workout, destroyed my arms (in a good way)! My boyfriend and I were both able to do this with different sets of weights. It was awesome, thank you! I am feeling the burn!

  • I never comment on anyone’s channel, but this man (Zeus) is the TRUTH!!!!! I never sweated so much in my life!!! No pain no gain! Appreciate you boss!!

  • Since being in lockdown and without gym I thought I was lost to a world of light weights and getting fat, not anymore, now I’m getting fat but with a great pump on! Fantastic dumbell workout, used 10’s, almost threw up. Thank you for a great workout

  • Being at home this has been the single best upper workout for at home. No other video beats this, can’t believe I didn’t find it sooner ��

  • Really enjoyed grrrrreat upper body workout Zeus (thumbs Up!) Potentially how much calories could this burn if done without any real break. Pls feedback

  • Question? I see that you recommend doing these once a day then taking a day off and repeat. Say if I wanted to do some of the workouts in your other videos. What would you recommend? Switching up ever couple of weeks?

  • I was gutted today to hear my gym in the UK wont reopen when I expected and then I found you. Iv’e done four of your videos today, all brilliant. Thanks so much for cheering me up during this lockdown hell. I look forward to doing more of your videos tomorrow.

  • You’re like my elder sister (that I never had) who keeps pushing me through.
    ‘Don’t drop your arms.’
    DROPS WHOLE BODY ON FLOOR ����❤️❤️

  • You guys… I didn’t drop my arms!! I have been working out consistently and dedicating myself to it seriously for a few months and when I first tried this work out I had to drop my arms several times… but today I didn’t ������‍♀️❤️

  • Fantastic video,I have just subscribed to your channel, I’ve been looking for a light dumbbell work out class with clear instructions for a while now,as I have been lifting to heavy and incorrectly for to long now ��. Looking forward to watching more from your channel ��

  • This one has already become one of my favorites. Hits all muscle groups for a killer workout and no wasted time. Perfect! Keep them coming!

  • Very well planned exercise, thanks for sharing. A bit faster for beginner though given the break between sessions were relatively short.

  • man first attempt and when I reached for triceps I only could complete one set. Also had to paused because you got it way faster than what I could do. However it feels great. Thank you from New Zealand.

  • Really the best program I have found, and I have searched far and wide. Between the routines, the countdown timers and the words of encouragement, you continue to nail it!

  • First 4 min, oh, this is worse than I thought.
    Workout starts, Oh shit, I’m in for a rude awakening in 7 min.
    Midway through workout, holy she works our asses off.

    “Last 4 min, you know what that means ������”
    Oh, no �� I’m dead ��. But then I thought, how much more proud will I be in 1 min and a half if I worked through these shitty min. of my life. And I told myself, this is gonna suck, but your gonna do it anyway and counted myself in! I made it through without putting my arms down! HELL YEAH!!! Like if you did the same and when things get rough, tell yourself this is gonna suck and sign yourself up and do it anyway. Trust me you’ll be really proud of yourself and be typing a comment with your nose because you’ll be so sore!!! I learned that from Peloton to count yourself in and tell yourself it’s gonna suck but work through it anyway!

  • This one’s so good! Who says bodyweight exercises can’t be insanely intense! Dropping those arms less and less! Thanks Maddie! Really seeing results!

  • Really enjoyed this workout. Thanks!! I’m a big fan of HIIT. I do Insanity Max:30 (Beachbody) regularly and wanted to add some dumbbell work into the mix. How often would you recommend doing a workout like this in a week?

  • Day 8, love it so far. I have a weak upper body so I really can’t do many of the push ups but like 3, I have to do them on my knees. Hopefully with time I can do regular push-ups. Thank you for videos and also should I just follow the 30 days or should I add other arm workout to get stronger? Need a friend

  • As a out of shape 305 lb man trying to change my life for the better and only have basic dumb bells at home this was fantastic and not easy. Its been since junior high that I worked out fully with weights so im not use to it but thank you for this video for I am trying to go on a diet and work my muscles to burn my fat off as best as I can. Im taking weekly photos of myself to give me motivation to keep trying and get a better healthy lifestyle.

  • crazy!! loved it! thank you and yes i dropped my arms just a few times and paused the video a few other times to catch my breath:)

  • Letting go of my arms at the end of the workout was just the best feeling.

    I also had a little feeling of accomplishment not going to lie.

  • First day without dropping my arms!!! WOOOHOOO!! gonna have to type with voice commands for the rest of the day at work though….

  • She: “Don’t drop your arms, guys!”
    Me: dropping like it’s hot
    ����������
    That was my 1st time, though. I should be good by the 10th

  • I’m also new to this channel and really enjoy your videos. I’m 42 and play competitive tennis 3x a week (from AprilOctober) and 2x per week (October March). I tend to use heavier weights in the winter months but now to complement my tennis programme I’m thinking of doing some of these exercises particularly legs, upper body and abs with light dumbbells. On your video I can’t tell how light each of the dumbells are but I was thinking starting with 3kg (6.6 lbs) but moving my way up to 4kg as it seems quite intense. I’m quite slim build, quite athletic and fit but have a few years (less than 5) experience with weight training in the gym. Would you say 3kg would be good to start with for most exercises, perhpas alternating with 4 or 5kg for shoulders etc…?

  • Wow. Right now I’m pretty young and am out of shape because of quarantine. I tried this and got tired after 3 minutes. It hurts but for some reason I still like it.

  • What an amazing upper body workout! can’t feel my arms… but loved every second of it! The “DON’T DROP YOUR ARMS!” worked like magic for me:) thanks for the encouragement, Maddie

  • Amazing workout as always!!! New fan here. Suprising also, that I’ve noticed greater gains with more reps and light weights than heavy. Last 2 weeks have been fantastic!

  • Love this workout but the math appears to be off for the intro/altro “4 minute” sets. Each one is counting down from 30 seconds with no pause in between: right windmill = 30 sec, left windmill = 30 sec, forward press = 30 sec, backward press = 30 sec, upward press= 30 sec and downward press = 30 sec; 30 seconds x 6 = 180 seconds, now divide that by 60 second (to get number of minutes) = 3 minutes. Again, LOVE THIS WORKOUT, so much so, it’s in my weekly routine but every time I do it, the miscount mentally throws me off. COVID Self-isolation has me tripping out!

  • Didn’t drop my arms!! Wooo! One of the first workouts of yours I did was an arm workout where we did arm circles at the beginning and end similar to this!! Such a burn!

  • Oh my! My upper body is so much more weak compared to my lower body.
    I HAD to drop my arms, I just couldn’t lift them to shoulder level any more.

    Well I guess I’ll do this thing again next week, same time.

  • Loved this!! Also every time you said “don’t drop your arms” I would be about to and if just start laughing because it was like you were actually telling me��

  • OMG this was the most intense one I’ve done yet. At the end, I was begging to bend my arms but kept pushing them as straight as possible. Great workout!

  • Sorry I couldn’t watch this as soon as this dropped, Bully….but I was at work underground in a subway tunnel!! Getting caught up now!!! Let’s GOOO!!! And my wife watched a couple of your workout videos to start getting into fitness!!! Yeeeeaaahhh!!!

    #NOTIFICATIONSQUAD #SQUUAAAADDD #LETSGETIT #AYOOOO #BULLYNATION #KEEPPUSHIN #EMBRACETHESUCK #DRIVEON #HOOAH #PEWPEWPEW #GETWITHUSORSLIDEOVER #BANGBANG #KILL #WEDONTDIE #WEMULTIPLY #ALLDAY

  • I didn’t drop my arms and I definitely felt the burn. My upper body is so weak but this workout was fantastic. I really feel I can build upper body strength using them. I have been doing your workouts for two weeks after plateauing and not waking up with sore muscles for months even though I diversify my training. I don’t have access to weights and my muscles just got used to my workouts. Your 20 min ab workout really hit the spot. Great work. Thank you!

  • Very nice workout. At the begining I thought it is easy, but after doing it Oh MY gosh �� I have a glues band how can I use it to strength my upper body? Can you do a workout with a resistance band??

  • Thanks for being straight-to-the-point, easy to follow, and for giving enough rests to mere mortals like me. I’ve had 4 of your videos on repeat during quarantine. They’re accessible to people of all body types and workout experience.

  • Ok I guess Yiu can say abs part of the upper body. But can you do a video that mainly focus on body parts like the shoulders, chest and triceps or things in that area.

  • i have NO upper body strength and only made it to 10:20 but i’m on day 1 and i will carry on going until i can finish the video with ease. I really liked this workout, although my shoulders were crying, i found the workouts realistic and kinda easy, the only reason my arms were burning was because i don’t do exercise and am new to it, other than that these workouts were amazing!

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    I hate you.. but at the aame time i must thank you… cuz yuo create that extra resistance for my arms.. I’m quite sure my hands wouldn’t be able to hold those heavy dumbbells..especially on earth.. maybe in space..

  • So sad. I only have 1kg dumbbells. Excited to have the one your using������ I will buy when I do have the money. I am 84kgs and love your workouts. Since quarantine days been doing them, especially the standing about workout�������� more standing workouts please������

    Go heather����������

  • Just embrace it… I was really telling myself you can do it then my arms drops���� I love her work outs it pushes me to go harder. Thanks Maddie �� for killing me.

  • I Dropped my Arms!!!!
    But wannna thank you. I have started following your videos since lockdown. Your videos have helped me a lotttt!!! Keep inspiring ��…Lotsss of Love��

  • thanks for your wonderful workouts, i think you’re not doing upper body as much as the others, i have already done all of your uppers twice, i need new ones pleassssseee����❤️❤️

  • Such a good arm workout! Third time I do it, first time I don’t drop my arm in the first section. Last section I flinched after 2 mins haha

  • Just finished this workout omgggg I feel dead I dropped few seconds in arms movements but I didn’t quit thx madfit you’re the best

  • recently subscribed. enjoy your wide array of content. I enjoy the 10 min workout video but this one is def more intense. Keep doing ya thang!

  • 28/07/2020 (I want to try this workout for 2 week)/sorry for my bad english:)
    my arms are shaking and are burning right now
    OMG my arms was in pain all day and the “worst”part was during the workout it was really hard
    so i didn’t feel the pain during the day,but i feel the burn during the workout especially at the last 3 minutes
    today my arms felt much stronger
    today this wk was like a FULL body wk/i’m sweating right now
    my arms and pain both feel stronger*)/also my back too
    !!!!
    !!!!
    so after 2 days break,hurt soo much
    my arms was burning during the workout

  • I have replayed this video at least 8 times now and I STILL feel the burn! For those of you looking to lose those bat wings this is a good one to incorporate into your routine

  • I’d suggest adding some 10 to 20 sec breaks. Not only will more if not everyone be able to complete it, but if arms get too fatigued, the upper part of the traps will take over, which would be very bad. Plus you’d still get a good workout.

  • Just started to workout and I have to say you are really my favorite trainer on YouTube. I’ve only been at this for about 2 weeks but it’s really been doing good for me cause I feel like I have more energy every day. Thx for the videos they’re helping a lot ��

  • I have done many equipment free upper body workouts on YouTube. Some of them were even 30 mins long. But this is by far the best one!

  • This was SUCH a great workout!! Thanks Maddie for making working out so much fun!! I HAD to drop my arms a minute before the end but now I can set a goal to be able to this workout without doing so!! I did this after one of you arm dance workouts which I had never done before and IT WAS SO FUN!!!! Keep up the good work!!, I’ve been watching your videos from Day 1 xoxoxo

  • I have had such a difficult time completing even a 10 mins workout from other channels. But with you, I am able to complete even a 30 mins workout no matter how difficult the exercises are. Thank you so much for these workout videos. They are helping me so much!!

  • WOAH Girl! That was seriously intense for no weights! I dropped my arm 3 times during the final two 30 second rounds. My shoulders were on fire!!!

  • Im sore and sweaty just from looking at this, def going to try this out tomorrow

    Edit: This was one of the most hardest workouts I have ever done. Great job!

  • I enjoy your workouts so much, I hardly missed one this month. Who needs gym subscription when we have Heather! Thank you for keeping me motivated and happy:)

  • i have been following you for over 10 months or so now and I am very grateful for your videosthey are effective. It always makes me feel that I have done a good work out. I watch other videos every now and again but by far yours is the best.! a big thank you heather. You are awesome.

  • another killer workout. Love your format of no talking, only a timer, steady music, basic training, and challenging workouts. You are the best!

  • I can’t do one proper push up. I am hoping to get there soon with your workouts.
    Your videos are perfection!!! Gets to the point, with a clock, perfect rhythm, perfect steady pace… love love love ❤️

  • Great workout. Absolutely love it. Is this the optimum order in which to do these exercises or can I switch it up by reversing the order?

  • I ehm…. Dropped them for sure xD but picke them back up! Would love to see the resistance band workout for the biceps! Would you also consider making a flexibility routine for slightly more advanced stretching?:D love your channel!

  • I don’t comment on videos often but I just had to come and say that I LOVED this workout. I haven’t been in the gym for about a year now and have been doing a lot of cardio style body weight workouts at home but this workout made me feel the strongest and most confident I’ve felt in a long time, thank you heather!!

  • been doing a lot of beginner videos to boost my strength and wanted to do a harder one. had no idea how hard it would be it kicked my ass!!! but feeling very calm and strong afterwards thank you heather

  • Just when I think I’m going to buy heavier weights for an HR workout…I change my mind:) Heather knows the perfect combinations to push your muscles. Ive been a long time runner and used to go to the gym at least 4/week before the covid. Heather’s workouts have helped me stay on course with my heath giving so many different workout options that keep you coming back for more. Thank you Heather!

  • i was going to drop my arms but you said ” Don’t drop those arms, im watching you!!” hihi and i didn’t. THANK YOU, MADDIE that video is really really hardd but works

  • I like it so much that I did 2 rounds of it, total 40 min, I was struggling at the end but I’m proud I managed:). Excellent and essential workouts, 12 sec workout is just right, not easy not tough! Well done

  • Hi, Heather! I’ve been loving your workouts! I love the HIIT ones as well but can you also do more strength and advanced glute & leg exercises to grow more muscle? Your workout structure and everything is amazing! So happy to have found your channel. Best I’ve seen by far!

  • Hi! I really enjoyed this workout! I definitely felt the burn! I only dropped my arms for a quick second the last 2 mins of the workout because the burn was extreme and I even had to move my feet a little too lol. Thanks so much for sharing this workout! I definitely would like to see more no equipment workouts like this.:)

  • Awesome workout. Though my left arm and hand feels more numb than my right. Must be because I’m right handed and I think that side for me is stronger

  • Awesome workout!! Perfect for us folks who are super busy and don’t have a lot of time for a 30-60 minute workout. Thank you so much!

  • I’ve been doing some of your strength training workouts lately, I like to add them on to a longer HIIT cardio workout. I really liked this one, it targeted the muscle groups really well, and I got a nice burn going! ����

  • This is literally the BEST Channel here man thank you so fucking much. I have been following your videos and I can see epic results so far. With you I dont need gym. Also the way you Interact with us on the videos is a huge thumbs up and makes you stand out from the others for me. Can you tell me how much calories we lose on this specific one..? Don’t need to know the specific number of course, just if it’s 300, 400? 500?

    Have a great fucking week sir.

  • These upper body workouts are a huge help. I’ve never liked lifting weights (and I still don’t) but these videos really help. Thank you!

  • Im weng 50 yrs old from phil.ur workout really really grate!!! I luv it!!!❤️❤️❤️ sooo perspiring and its sooo amazing!!! More power and good job!!!

  • I do this as a regular part of my workout schedule. After about 2 months of doing it, I finally have stopped cursing you out during the last 2.5 minutes. Sorry for all the things I’ve said while I felt like I was dying…this workout rocks!!

  • I dropeed my arms many time, but im determined to lose this extra upper body fatand get lookin how i wanna look, im gonna try and do this video everyday among keeping my leg strenght up

  • I just wanted to drop a comment saying how much I enjoy these videos. I’d just started getting into the gym when lockdown started and these have been great. I’ve been randomly switching between the dumbbell workouts you’ve posted, maybe I should follow a certain pattern?

  • Been following your previous upper body workout video this one is brilliant as well and perfect for lockdown! Do you have one for lower body as well?

  • Never thought I could get such a KILLER workout doing only upper body with no equipment!!! Maddie you’re so creative and inventive, you always manage to leave us shaky yet hungry for more! Keep going you’re truly amazing!

  • Really enjoyed this workout. Great trainer and graphics are slick. You should be getting tons more views! Have you thought about wearing a mic? Little hard to hear you at times and it would improve sound quality? Just a thought. Love the workouts regardless!