20 Cardio-Based Body Weight Exercises You have to Start Doing


5 Best Cardio Exercises (NOT RUNNING)

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20 Minute HIIT Home Cardio Workout Without Equipment Full Body HIIT Workout No Equipment at Home

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20 Home Cardio Exercises

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Killer 10 Minute Fat Burning Bodyweight Workout

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20 Cardio-Based Bodyweight Exercises. Check out the list and see which exercises are doable. Bodyweight exercises can be difficult and technical, so take your time to learn new moves; you never know what you may like. The exercises are going to be broken down into beginner, intermediate, and advanced exercises. The 12 Best Cardio Based Bodyweight Exercises You should Try For Sure!

There is a general misconception among people about the best cardio workouts and bodyweight exercises. Yes, you can definitely get the most benefit with the treadmill or the stationery bike and the regular push-ups and the pulls but wait, there are several more interesting. If you want to learn what the best cardio workout plan really looks like, then you need to read this article. The one downside with performing cardio is that it often causes muscle loss. But, as you’ll learn in here, choosing the right cardio exercises enables you to maximize fat burning while minimizing muscle loss.

Best Cardio Bodyweight Exercises The Best Cardio Exercises You Can Do Right in Your Living Room. July 25, 2020 by Leta Shy. Previous Next Start Slideshow. You have to hit on the deck no matter how difficult its going to be. Don’t worry because we have you covered with high intensity bodyweight exercises that can double up your effort during normal cardio sessions and strength improvement. We have the best 11 cardio based bodyweight exercises that will help you grab the maximum out of your.

This cardio workout is designed for beginners to start working out and burn fat. At the same time, the impact on your tendons and joints is minima. Do these exercises continuously as a workout or change it up by doing five resting and doing the next five.

Also, try repeating the exercises 2 or 3 times for a longer harder workout! Heart Rate/Upper Body. 1. Stair Climbing (1 min) Let the stairs become your new best friend.

Whether it’s two steps or a flight, the stairs can be a great. The 70 Best Bodyweight Exercises to Seek and Destroy Fat. Use these cardio movements to wipe out calories and get seriously lean. By Jill Fanslau.

Dec 15, 2015. Stand straight with your feet hip width apart and your arms down by your side. While looking straight ahead squat down keeping your knees in line with your feet. As you lower into a squat start to raise your arms out in front of you for balance. Keep a neutral spine at all times while tightening your glutes and core.

And you don’t even have to join a gym. These exercises are meant to help build cardio endurance and all you need is your bodies own weight. 35 Cardio-Based Bodyweight Exercises. 1. Skipping Skipping in place can help raise your heart rate and be a great way to do bodyweight exercises at home.

2. Climbing.

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I have saved all these for last, because I think aerobic routines should be done first.

“Natural Health, Natural Medicine: The Complete Guide to Wellness and Self-Care for Optimum Health” by Andrew Weil
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Phase Intervention 1 2 3 4 Exercises Inclusion of one or a combination of –passive range of motion –active assisted range of motion –stretching –resistance exercise on leg press, light weights (1-5 lb [0.45-2.25 kg]), and/or exercise band –breathing exercises (deep breathing, coughing, incentive spirometer).

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This all sounds great, but how exactly do you do an aerobic-threshold workout?

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I believe the best of these is high-intensity interval training, which I have discussed last.

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Part I: aerobic interval training.

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
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My personal routine is to perform 20 minutes of weight training daily along with 20 minutes of cardio activity.

“The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health” by Jack Wolfson
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by Jack Wolfson
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5 Anaerobic training such as sprint intensity training (SIT) or high-intensity interval training (HIIT) builds and maintains muscle mass, speed, stimulating hormone production, and a healthy metabolism.

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This should include both light weight training and aerobic training.

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The high-intensity training includes several essential workouts that challenge me week in and week out.

“Training Essentials for Ultrarunning: How to Train Smarter, Race Faster, and Maximize Your Ultramarathon Performance” by Jason Koop, Jim Rutberg
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Special Training considerations method Mode Intensity | Frequency | Duration | Progression Goals and comments Aerobic |.

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  • Dear Sir Funk! I really love your stuff. I hope you are OK these tuff times, and youre beloved ones also. Respect for your work, you made my days full of energy! Your`s sincere Laszlo form distant Romania! Peace!

  • I love your work! Thank you so much! I have started with this 10min and do it twice and I am getting better. I love your “baby yeahh! ” on this video! Haha

  • No hablo mucho Inglés, pero lo que logro entender lo aplico�� Hice esta rutina y quedé exhausta, es una rutina desafiante, pero me gusto mucho �� estará incluida en mis rutinas de cardio������������
    Muchas gracias por compartir tus conocimientos con nosotros ��

  • Your videos don’t disappoint one bit! So many amazing tips, advice and tons of inspiration! My quarantine has become even more transformative as I always thought the only place to workout was at the gym! Thank you again, Cori!

  • Hi! I am a new follower and I just can’t help myself from saying thank you for giving options for those in different levels of fitness from you. This way we can actually still workout properly, get the benefits of it without getting frustrated that we can not do the specific workout you just stated thinking that its the ONLY way to do it.
    Glad to have found your channel❤

  • I cannot breathe LMAOO… I was doing the hip raises and I pushed to hard and did a full blow back flip �� I am so embarrassed. I am in shock

  • Under my personal control, my student lost 103 kg of excess weight (from 230 kg to 127 kg) in just 8 months!!! And in parallel, this result, which has no analogues in the whole world, was achieved by increasing the overall strength and endurance of his body!!!
    I clarify: during 8 months, no one else in the world has managed to lose 103 kg of excess weight and at the same time acquire excellent sports form!!!
    I offer you a telecast (sorry, not in English), where from 6 min 28 sec those moments, when he was 230 kg and when he became 127 kg are shown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJSDuSNVeYc&t= 386s
    I also offer additional video, the so-called. “way to 127 kg”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wx32leriZaw

  • I saw someone do this so I guess I will too. Im only doing this to keep track of how many days ive been at it.

    Day 1: Ive worked out before but this ones harder for me.. Im sweating alot and im doing alot of jump rope

    Day 2: Feeling alright and im full of energy even though I already finished

    Day3: Online school is already starting so its gonna make it a little more difficult since I have so much homework

    Day4: Feeling kind of demotivated but I still got through it.. Got rid of my playstation 4 because its taking up too much of my time and usually i get stuck on the ps4 and dont want to stop playing. This is a big change for me since ive been playing video games for 10 years now.

  • A couple thoughts… its less than 20 mintues of workout. Close to 18 minutes-ish…. Could greatly benefit with swapping out some of the compound movements for simpler ones. Felt like I had to waste 10-15 seconds on the first round on each movement to make sure I was doing it right, which led me to feeling like the first 10 minutes was a waste. Definitely more of a beginner work out, I had to add like another 5 minutes to feel like I worked out.

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  • I am going to start today 7/27/20 I will be back to tell you how much I lost on 8/19/20 I really need to loose some weight Wish me luck��


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  • So I’m 24 and currently weigh 240 lbs I did this today for the first time and boy was I wrong this work out is killer best work out ever as far as fat burning goes I usually go on a bike for 30 min and burn 200 calories but with this in just 10 min I felt like I did 30 min got my heart pumping and everything and I was drenched in sweat with only 10 min vrs in 30 it takes me a bit to get super super sweaty. My cousin was a bit chubby like me I’m 6’2 btw and he was pudgy and he got all the way up to 270 lbs at his heaviest and he’s also 6 feet so he did this exact program up to 3 times in a single work out session everyday for a year and now he weighs about 195 lbs

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I have heard several incredible things about it and my friend lost crazy amounts of weight with Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine).

  • Bro I was sweating like pig for 15 mins after the workout…i need to take a shower after that..i didn’t feel this incredible for long time..thank you and god bless..more please ��

  • idk if i’m in better shape because that’s be surprising but i feel way better and not as tired after finishing than i did in january! much love thanks for this mads

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  • Thanks so much for this! I have been trying to lose weight with other workout vids, but I didn’t start to see results until I added this into my routine. Again, thank you!

  • Me: “Mmm I’m holding up pretty well I might be fitter than I thought”
    The description: “for men over 40”
    I’m like two decades away from that number

  • I’ll be 67 next month and I have to modify all your workout routines due to a loose hip implant. The doctor says it’s not bad enough to do a revision yet. Does anybody know the best way I can get my heart rate up. Running and jumping are out as are movements that put pressure on my hip. I’m doing the best I can with what I’m able to do, but it’s my inability to get my blood really pumping that slows my progress. Any words of wisdom are appreciated. By the way I started at 247 8 weeks ago and weighed in at 222 this morning. I have a goal of 205 which I’m told is correct for my 6′ 4″ height. Thanks Funk

  • Love your workouts the variation targetting core, cardio, dumbbell addition.. had been looking for something like this to spice up my training, your a inspiration and your channel is spot on ��������

  • Sei la migliore, Grazie per i tuoi video molto allenanti. Sono un istruttore di muay Thay e grazie a te che sei meglio di un aggiornamento fatto in federazione. Grazie Grazie le preparazioni atletiche sono migliorate del 30% brava professionale e anche bella

  • Thanks again Cori. I love the Dog Tag one, unfortunately I can’t incorporate that with my clients or on my own time, because of the lack of a dog 😉

  • That Spiderman Half-Burpee looks so sick, that is such a good move that I needed to pause…comment and get back to the video. That’s so kool.:)

  • Those half burpees look so fun! I don’t got to jump up in the air, yay! Definitely don’t like passing out when I’m trying to work out. Ugh grr…lol

  • Im still a beginner… so i almost passed out lol…But this is a good workout! I could only follow the workout from the lady in the blue tho…��

  • Funk, I’ve always been an on and off kind of exerciser… Your videos have changed that and I’m now the fittest I’ve ever been. Really not missing the gym at all! Thank you ever so much.

  • How many calories would u burn with this workout? ive been doing this for abou 2 weeks now and im trying to get my food intake at a healthy level

  • Mr. Roberts: first thanks for suck a nice workout routine. I do it two times in the week and I feel better, less heavy. After 1 month doing the three rounds and I’m planning to take a 2-3 weeks as rest. My question is what other video do you have so I can increase my level the next time I resume my routine. Thanks.

  • In my simple opinion, you’re one of the best trainers on youtube… the way how you explain, display and organize your exercise are excellent, moreover i can tell that you are showing up on any of your videos the back up with scientific fundaments behind them… trust me, I studied sports science and did a master in physical training for athletes and uff I am delighted 😉

  • These bodyweight cardio moves have come at the right time as due to work commitments I’ll be unable to complete my hour workout (not 24/7 gym yet) in the morning. So I’ll have to change and shorten it and this is prefect for some days. Thanks RS and congrats on reaching 100K ��

  • Great workout Thanks for providing the modifications as well. Only thing I had a challenge with was it was too wrist intensive.

  • hey! so i’m going to make this day for day thing to motivate me and practice my english too lol

    day 1: oh god this is terryfing, i’m just dead in bed and i can’t control my breath but hey, it was worth it! gonna try it tomorrow if nothing happens

    day 2: i got some pain right now but it’s okay! not so tired than yesterday so i’m happy

  • Hey bro, loving the content on your page. Just wondering if you had time to upload some more 20min full body workouts (bodyweight of course) and possibly…a 30min video? cheers

  • why am i being forced to watch adds before i get the video this is ridiculous, i am muting until its done so irritated, no skip ad coming up

  • Time to workout I’ll tell you guys how it goes through the days

    Day 1:I’m sweating like crazy, I’m bout to take a shower but I was able to do most of them but I’m not mad that I didn’t do all of them this definitely works out your legs and arms,I expected that but I’m planning to do more than what I did today when tomorrow comes

    Day 2:I decided to just do my abs on this day,but my abs were killing me I’m seeing some progress in my body transformation but I wanna do more so ima keep going

  • I gave up on a previous one, trying this new one up and I’m determined to get this right this time and change myself ��
    Day 1✅ bloody hell my legs kill, I stopped at 14.20 just couldn’t carry on
    Day 2✅ my legs hurt so bad, only made it 13.10 this time, hope to do better tmoz
    Day 3 ❌ I got GCSE results today so was extra busy:(

  • What guys have to do to have a nice looking body…versus women, all they have to do is not eat like a pig, = nice body…�� �� �� ��

  • So clear & concise while describing all the movements and variations. Loving that I found her YouTube channel -Redefining Strength.

  • Greetings.. As much as I do appreciate your efforts in presenting these very useful workouts for the benefit of all, but I and my partner both sustained some sort of shoulder discomfort by now has been a more than a month! We are both considered fit and keep doing exercises regularly. On your specific one doing – hands on the floor as if doing press up – was a prone to cause shoulder injury.. although, I had a shoulder dislocation in sport back in the days and have weak shoulder muscles, yet this move of diving on the floor is a step which you would have to reconsider your advice for your followers in order to categorise as beginners, medium range and advance. In my opinion, advance is the class you should advise to follow this particular training so they don’t get shoulder injury and complications..

  • For those complaining about the ads, you can download the video by copying the link and going to yt to mp3 site. Paste it, put it on mp4 mode (has mp4 option as well) then download from the blue button that says download, and wallah! No ads and you can change the music from a video editor to what ever you want! Im gonna try and star doing this exercise, hopefully i do well

  • Absolutely love the workout and it’s been a God send during this pandemic. Thank you!
    Although the ads interruption in the middle of the workout have been killing the experience lately.
    I understand the need for ads for a content creator but can you please time the to appear at the down times? (beginning of the video, break #1, break #2 and ending of the video)
    An ad during burpees is the last thing any of us wants to see ��

  • Love this workout been using it with our school Rugby team; under 16. every single day for almost a month now because of its focus on key body areas. We started this right after the pandemic caused the schools to lockdown in March but our workout began a month later. The workout is brilliant helps to keep the guys in check with time we’ve grown from 3 days (one set) workouts to daily (3 sets now). Thank you for this

  • Dogs Tag is a serious thing, burned like a million calories on That! Haha! thanks for the video, you are awesome keep the good work

  • I’ve been doing this workout for the last several months, and it has been great (apart from the music, which I have solved by setting my own 30 second interval timer and muting this video). However, there are now multiple ads that play at various intervals during the video, which not only screws up my personal interval timer, but also negates the workout because much of the gain is from taking few rests between exercises. Very disappointed.

  • You are amazing,! I was feeling depressed during this period of quarantine and the workout has definitely made me feel better! Thank you so much

  • Madam you are gr8
    Can you tell me walking exercise for knock knee. My pelvic muscles are weak and have stiffness on thigh muscles. Am not able to stretch my legs.

  • Okay, y’all. 2020 has gone to shit, and I let my body go a little bit. These comments have motivated me to tackle this, and I’m starting tomorrow morning before work. There will be an update everyday. We got this.

  • What is Episoketren System? Does it work? I hear lots of people improve their soccer skills using it with this popular training course.

  • Love all of the workouts..☺️…hope you wouldn’t mind if I incorporated some of these in my woman’s only class.?Your an inspiration for us ladies…����‍♀️������

  • All your work-outs are so well explained, I appreciate all the information about every single detail. You greatly stand out from any other channel in every aspect! Kudos to you!
    PS I have included all these to my daily routine, I really enjoy every single movement ��
    Gracias ������

  • I’m telling you guys. With this workout and the right diet, you will be ripped almost like Fraser. Make sure to Check out his other videos!

  • It’s been 13 days since I started doing this workout. The first day was hard but now it feels lighter than before. I also noticed that my tummy is getting flatter now. I’ll keep on doing this!

  • Loved this! So helpful. I am 40 pounds overweight and am dealing with heart issues. I found this doable and I feel great right now. Tomorrow may be a different story ��. Of course I paced myself and stopped when I needed to but I will keep trying to make it through the whole video. Thank you! ��❤️����

  • 0:41Tuck jump to plank tuck
    2:13 Plyo jack push up
    3:00 Single leg deadlift hop
    3:55 Plank skaters
    4:57 Balance bicycles

    Happy workout, everyone!

  • Guys, someone answer me please.
    Is this workout enough to build muscle if I do it 3 times a week (knowing that I also train basketball with it)

  • hey, i like this workout a lot, so i decided to do it every day
    so i will update you. and i will try to spot if there is any progress (in my strenght / on my body) ��
    if you are going to try the same (doing this routine every day), i wish you the best of luck ����

    day 1:
    i was trying to maintain a decent form, but it was a bit sloppy and i had to take 3 breaks in total. Im sweating a ton, but im not sore or anything so far… For the very first part of the workout, my arms hurt a lot. and than, for the rest of this routine, it was basically only my legs hurting.

    day 2:
    yesterday, i forgot to mention (just for me so i know exactly) that the date was 26/6/2020 + that i also did a lower abs workout
    today, the workout was easier and also a lot more enjoyabe than yesterday, i only had a few very short pauses (mainly because i was sweating so much that my hands were sliding on the floor). I really enjoyed it (thanks for this vid!)
    i did some ab exercises keep exercising + be motivated ��

    day 3:
    i had no time, so ‘rest day’

    day 4:
    i did it today, i was sweating so much, but i did it and it was very fun, i can now do it prettymuch without any breaks ��
    i did 3 rounds of an abs workout
    3 rounds of a full body one, both from the best JY ��

    day 5:
    so today, it was much easier, i could do it in one go (no pauses, really) and it is much better when i dont have to pause (+ it isnt so sloppy and bad). I am happy & proud about it��. im looking forward to finishing my first week ��

    day 6:
    today, it was very fun and in fact, quite easy (compared to the 1st day etc.). i liked it ��. No cchanges on my body, so far.
    i did an abs workout
    a mobility routine today, too
    i was on a little bike trip ��

    day 7: (finishing my first week)
    i have to confess, i did not do this workout today. i tried doing the other 20 minute workout routine by fraser, it was ok and not too hard, but i still like this one (video) more ��. but i think that doing the other one practicly counts as doing this one ��‍♀️.
    i did 3 rounds of a short abs workout (by JY), which was good
    i did 1 round of a lower abs workout (by MadFit), which was awesome, but also very hard ��
    i did a mobility and flexibility routine just to keep myself mobile ��
    i went on a 5 km run

    day 8:
    today, i was trying very hard to keep up with Frasers pace and maintain an ok form at the same time. and i could do it most of the time so thats great.
    btw: somebody told me, that my shoulders and back look bigger (��‍♀️, just letting you know) and i think my abs are starting to appear more �� i definitely enjoy thus routine a lot (but tomorrow is rest day if i remember right, rest is also very important). And i think it is a great workout. Even after only a week of this, i can definitely feel im stronger while doing this workout ��.
    i also did frasers 10 minute abs workout
    his 7 minute lower abs workout
    his 10 mins mobility (+flexibility) stuff

    day 9: rest day ��

    day 10: i did this workout, it was quite easy at the beggining (easier than normally) but harder at the end ��, im sweating a lot ��.
    i did two rounds of a 10 minute lower abs (lose lower belly fat) workout by Heather Robertson
    a 7 mins full abs workout �� (by Fraser)
    a 20 min mobility routine by Fraser ��‍♀️ its great, seriously. Everyone should check it out ��
    I really enjoy this routine combined with others (working out, flexibility stuff, plus running / jogging/walking), and im glad i can do it & love it ��
    Fraser, thanks for posting all the amazing vids (including this one). I had some people before (online trainers and their vids) who made me workout. but you made me workout not just to have a six pack & show people i can do pushups (and other stuff). Now, because of you, i workout to be fit, feel better and be stronger, thats what makes me happy. thanks so much (if you, theoratically, ever read this, i hope that my happines will make you feel good, too ��)

    day 11:
    rest day i didnt do it today, cause i was on a trip (i walked a bit) + i ran 5 kilometers, so i didnt have much time. Im sad that i couldnt workout today ��. Im looking forward to do some work tomorow.
    By the way, im not sure, but… i feel like my belly looks more flat, and its possible that my abs are more visible ��.
    plus, i feel like im stronge, i really do.

    day 12:
    i did it in the morning today, it was quite hard, but i managed to get through. ��
    and then i did some push ups
    half of an abs workout (somebody interrupted me in the middle, so i had to stop and i just did not complete the rest later ��‍♀️)
    a 4 minute full body workout
    i noticed (in the mirror) that my abs look more defined and my lower belly looks more flat (as i already mantioned before). I also Feel like my shoulders + calves are bigger. �� good job, i would say. ��
    i also want to say, that music in this vid is awesome, i love it. it makes me work and its motivating (‘Heart afire’, ‘Way back home’ and ‘Everything’ are my favorites).
    Im seriously starting to love this channel. thank u ��.

    day 13:
    i did it, it was pretty hard (for some reason)
    I noticed that my obliques (especially the upper part) are visible of course, really small, but when i look closely, i think i can spot them (on both sides). It may be because i started doing the oblique crunches, which i really like btw.
    I also think my calves are bigger.

    day 14:
    yep, today, it was ok. I hope i burned some calories, cause i had a lot of them today (and some bad food). I keep enjoying this, even though its still the same, every time.
    i also did a 4 mins song warm up, today (and most of the previous days, i did some warm up, too, but i just didnt mention it)
    a 7 mins lower abs w.
    a 10 m mobility routine
    it was great today! ����

    day 15:
    today, i didnt do this routine.
    instead, i did 5 rounds of a 4 minute workout (full body) by JY (it took around 25 mins). I really enjoyed it and i burned about 300 (?) calories.
    also, today, i counted my calories, and im planning to start watching taht and actually caring about that in the future.

    day 16:
    hey, so im on a vacation now.
    i walked 13 km today and i only did a 10 minute abs workout (my favourite one). my abs are kinda sore, so i decided to only do this today. ��
    also, i had quite a big ice cream today, so i feel guilty ��. but the trip was awesome ��

    day 17:
    so, i didnt do it today either. i know i havent done it it a long time, but… ��‍♀️
    -instead, i did a 10 mins abs w. by Fraser and his most popular full body one.
    and also, i ran 2.5 km (i know, not a lot ��) and walked 13 kilometers (my calorie meter says, that today, i burned cca 1000 cals by all of that, which seems quite good to me ��)
    i think i am stronger and i think my abs are more defined. These, in short, are my results so far. so, think, quite a good job. I really think it works ��

    day 18:
    i walked 15 km, and my legs were a bit sore, so i decided to rest. No good / bad news.

    day 19:
    so, i quite killed it today.
    i walked for more than 7 kilometers (burned 400 kcal). I did this workout (which was really fun btw). I just want to quickly mention, that i’ ts only been 2 weeks since i have started, but i actually feel like i made some progress. Firstly, the workout is not as hard (as it was when i first tried it). �� Secondly, i think my abs are leaner. �� Trirdly, i can already (only 2 weeks in!) do the knee jumps properly (i can jump waaay higher and further). It makes me happy ❤️ And lastly, i counted how many calories should i be taking in to maintain / lose my weight. I will use this number and measure, if im eating a good amount every day.
    i did 3 rounds of the 7 minute (new) Fraser fat burner ��, a nice one, very good, i enjoyded it so much
    a 10 min lower abs (tummy burnout��), really challenging, but good as well
    a 10 minute Fraser mobility rout.
    a great workout day today, i must say ❤️
    and the last thing i had to delete some parts of thus comment (it was too long), but i kep the important things, dont worry! ��

    day 20:
    so, to calebrate �� the 20 days, i killed it today, too. I started with this workout, awesome (as usual)
    i did Fraser’s 7 minute new warmup
    and than, i focused on abs:
    a 4 minute fat burning abs workout by Jordan Yeoh
    5 rounds of a 3 minute workout (also by JY) that was rough ��
    i did Fraser’s 7 minute lower abs workout, great
    and than i stretched with his 20 minute mobility routine ♥️
    and i went 7 km
    my (upper) abs have started popping out during some exercises (bycicle crunches, crunches,…), which motivates me to keep going ��

    day 21:
    rest day today
    i went 7, 5 km though
    and i had quite a lot of calories ☹️

    day 22:
    okay, so i didnt do this routine today. instead, i did
    frasers 7 min. warmup
    his 10 minute abs workout
    Jordan Yeoh’s 13 minute fat shredder (but without dumbells)
    -and then another of Frasers 10 min abs workouts

    day 23:
    so, today, not this routine. however, i did:
    in the morning (right after i woke up), i did Fraser’s 7 minute morning workout. Made me feel fresh
    in the afternoon i did:
    his most popular vid (10 min full body)
    some tricep exercises i found
    Fraser’s 20 min full body couple workout (but i was alone ��).
    also, my belly is nicer and i can do a feew good knee jumps ��

    day 24:
    so today, i was active through the full day
    i did Fraser’s 3 minut God’s plan workout.

    day 25:
    i was active all the day
    and i did the God’s plan workout again.
    i also did 200 burpees (but, no pushups, no jumping) today.
    i feel like my body is stronger and my belly is nicer ans leaner. �� Fraser’s wokrouts definitely work ��

  • U are brilliant. I am a recently qualified pt and group fitness instructor in Europe and have been teaching classes for the last few months. I have been using your creative exercises alot recently. Ur videos have been really helpful and they have down a treat with my classes. Thank u

  • Any videos on how to do push ups? When I do my bones feel like they wanna break. Want to find a way to do them! I’m a new subbie!

  • This lady has such a great variety of movements that can easily be modified to suit the individuals threshold level. Some of the best variety on the many sites I view on all round movement & fitness

  • how does changing the interval work different energy system… a shorter rest would be working the aerobic system? how do we know which system is recruited more? although I know all three systems work when we execise.

  • I will do this everyday and I’ll update this comment after every workout

    Day 1: I found it pretty hard and I couldn’t fully complete every workout

    Day 2: I was sore from yesterday and 10 minutes into a hiit workout my heart problem started going so I stopped

    Day 3: went on a run

    Day 4: went to exercise park

    Day 5: missed a couple days but this workout was very challenging for some reason maybe I need to get a better sleep

  • Hello Cori, thank you for posting the videos they are amazing and I am learning a lot. Do you have any videos about flexibility and mobility workouts?

  • Am I the only one who is keep doing this workout every fckin day from like 7 weeks and still can’t breathe after the sec round? P.S I kinda miss those sweaty cardios…want more workouts like this��

  • You have classic features, you really do. Of the type that matures exquisitely along with time ambling by absent mindedly. And your workouts have given me a dimension where after I complete AthleanX’s punishing zero workouts, I latch onto your amazing spectrum of categorized workouts. Thank you so much, lady.

  • Amazing information and rationale for each movement. Please discuss how to strengthen back, butt and abdominal muscles post c-section. Thank you.

  • Hi Cori! Absolutely loving your style! I want to purchase your program(s) but I’m feeling pretty confused as there seems to be lots of them, maybe separate, and also some separate ones but some in a package? Does the package contain all of them? Can you list them and the difference? I’d like to get the most out of what I purchase. I’m prepared and excited! Thank you so much for your help!

  • Me, 14, after doing it three times and then reading the caption only for it to say that this workout is for men over their 40s: ������

  • This five exercises are very very hip flexor heavy not sure this is the best combination. Perhaps soften it by interspersing with some form of hip raise exercises. The flexors will really need a stretch after this. Especially as many people are sitting down even more then usual at this time. Over all a great video and I love your enthusiastic presentation.

  • Really fun and energetic workout. I like it that you mentioned that your force yourself to do an exercise you are not a fan at but you need to get better at. I respect the honesty because it helps me grow too.

  • Thank you for putting out such wonderful techniques. The content you create is very very interesting and motivates me in a way. You’re doing a great job ma’am!

  • Very nice thank you!
    I also really appreciate the time and effort you spend explaining in every details how to exeute the exercise and especially the mistakes we shouldn’t do. Very helpful.
    If you can, I’d like to see a video about lower abs and obliques… I’m kind of struggling with those. I’m sure you’ll find a way to make it different and funny as always.
    Thanks again for all your work!

  • I am obsessed with your channel! You are the best trainer ever! I am working on getting my CSCS cert and your videos have been so helpful! Not only for the knowledge you provide, but it helps me improve my own workouts! Thank you!

  • Love your exercise inspiration! Thank you so much!! The sitting bycicle you can include a russian twist with the upper body! That works really well for the core! Try it! Thank you for sharing this content❣️

  • I was very impressed. It the level of workout that I like without being too complicated. Especially like the modifications! When you’re recovering from an injury, the modification allows you to work up to the expert level. Thanks!

  • As a virulent and very masculine male (este muy macho!) I don’t mind admitting that my keyboard enfeeblement has left me in such a state that I can only perform the pelvic bridge and the bird dog. I tried the downward dog last night. I somehow rolled over into the corner and had to call the cat for help. I am making good progress in my performance; though, and I will be doing planks once I master my stability. Heck, two nights ago, I found a new muscle under my flab of steel. Thank you for help me get moving!

  • I can really suggest you working on your push up form, your elbows should not point to the side that much, it also leads to a slighty off shoulder placement in your case. Perfect example right there, with some variety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpgWK7wYMU4&t=547s
    still a great video, thank you:)

  • Ooooo. I love that you speak about the energy systems that you desire to work. I just changed my moderate cardio I was going to do this evening to this HIIT! You MUST visit Chicago when this “quarantine” experience is over. Much thanks. Oh one more item…love the unilateral work..Yesss..perfect that balance and proprioception.

  • I’m one week out of surgery. It is killing me not be able to exercise along with you Cori! Thanks for keeping the world class content moving, even if I can’t. One more week, and I’ll be cleared to resume,… beginner level at first.

  • Today is my first day getting back into working out and on my break from work I got this workout in and it killed me! I love this! Excited to continue watching your videos and getting inspired!!

  • Jumping jacks
    Mountain climbers
    Box jump+ Burpees
    Forward, backward and side to side steps
    Skater jumps
    All for 45 sec w a 15 sec break in b/w each. Do it twice

  • Do I do this every day or every other day? Do I need to give the muscle a chance to build? I am 38 thin and have a high metabolism. When I was younger I would wok upper body 1 day and lower the next. Does every other day still apply to this workout routine?

  • It’s fine if there are beginning and ending ads, but putting them in the middle hampers an otherwise perfect video. I watch this multiple times a week so please continue to have this be the best!

  • With the side plank rotations, the weirdest thing is happening to the air in my lungs. At some point it feels like its being pushed out and I hear a sound like blowing air into a balloon… Such a strange feeling, is something wrong with my lungs? lol
    Seriously tho…

  • I like to jump to a bar in my burpee sequence and add 2 pull up and /or chin up to it to add some pull movement, that burn me pretty fast. and may be one day add a full muscle up in the burpee sequence, that would be a killer.

  • What will happen if I did this routine. I am not a man and not 40 or over. Aah what the heck, what is the worse that could happen? ��

  • Performance… awesome, presentation… awesome, cardio workout… perfect amount (an exercise everybody can finish with the option of doing it twice), background music… perfect music AND perfect volume… okay and… you are damn sexy 😉

  • IDK if you can control this but I’m grateful that the ad came at the end of this workout and if you did keep it in the end intentionally, Thank you!

  • It’s a nice coincidence that the workout ends about 20 seconds before the end of the video, and starts about 40 seconds after the start, so if you’re doing 2-3 rounds and play the video on repeat, you’ll naturally have about 1 minute of downtime between rounds

  • Great to have 10′ or 20′ cardio ones. This one a bit intense in knees and ankles impact. The ice skater was great (more gentle). Please more 10′ cardio! Thanks for your videos

  • I have worked with trainers for years. The workouts are efficient and effective. I like the motivational talk. Motivating is an important part of a coach’s work. I find at times, however, its a bit busy and loses effect.

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  • I like the fact that he said you must do this for yourself and not for other people i feel like that is really important. Very good workout, just beautifuli feel GGGRREAATT ������������

  • For years I had a poor opinion of workout at home until I stumbled upon these two. Streamed the video on our TV and my wife and I enjoyed a top gym-quality workout. Thank you to both of you!

  • Killed it…was feeling stressed..HPA axis released cortisol…high fighting spirit…channelized and controlling it via HIIT workout

  • Day 1: (164 lbs) I sweated so much I was slipping on my mat. I finished the whole workout in about 30 minutes but I ended up doing a lot of the pushup variations on my knees. I can’t do the knee jumps yet but I substituted with deeper squat jumps. Day 2 (161 lbs) I think I mostly just lost water weight. Btw I’m weighing myself in the mornings before I’ve eaten anything. Today was hard but it was a lot better than yesterday. I can do more regular pushups but I’m still struggling to get through it without taking extra breaks. I finished in 35 minutes.

  • Got through it, this is amazing, going to start doing this 3 days a week, im quite fit already, but this will lean me out some more!

  • Hey, I’ve been doing this every day for a few weeks now, but the floor sets are a really big strain on my wrists, even with a thick yoga mat down. Does anyone have any advice for that?

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  • It’s pretty hard to keep up with you, thanks for making me step it up with every post. Keep challenging the youtube community, we love it!

  • Wow dude. I’m in pretty good shape, but I barely made it through this. It has been shared with ALL of my work out buddies looking for good routines during Quarantine. TY

  • I am 78 years old and do the 20 minute morning routine daily, since the gyms closed. I cannot do all the routines, but I get better every week and can now do some of the exercises that I could not do before. I also pause and take a 1 minute rest, but only 3 times during the 20 minutes. His routine is terrific and well compensates for the closed gyms. It would be interesting if he also offered a video where he actually gave directions and encouragement during the routines. Not sure if I’d like it better, but it would be interesting. He’s Australian, so his English is probably pretty good.

  • I tried your workout for the first time today and quite liked it. Here’s my challenge though. I broke my wrist 2 years ago and I find the positions with hands on the floor with wrist at 90 degrees very uncomfortable. Do you have an alternative to lessen the strain on the wrist? Maybe less weight on it or less severe angle? Or something entirely different?

  • Wow!
    Como siempre excelentes ejercicios.
    En mi rutina siempre los incluyo y me han dado muy buenos resultados. Un abrazo y a peludo besitos

  • OMG, That’s really hard work just to burn down 200 calories. In contrary, it takes just one cookie to put that much calorie in yours.

  • Just subscribed after doing this!! THAT was so much fun!! I’d love to see some more Hiit workouts! Thank you for your time! Looking forward to doing more of your workout videos. ������

  • What do you recommend for those that are morbidly obese? Perhaps you could make informational how to on starting points for those that are trying to get into shape!

  • I’m in love with your channel! The exercises are great and the way you explain them really help! Thank you very much! And you are a very carismatic person!

  • Hey guys and gals! Here’s those 3 set ups I talk about to use with these moves! https://redefiningstrength.com/3-killer-interval-workout-designs/

  • Hi from Singapore. I came across your channel about a month ago n I’m hooked. You explain things so well so I know what I am doing and for what. You’re the best. Highly recommended for beginners n advanced. Thank you!

  • Cory, great video with very creative variations. The science of fitness training has come so far in the last 10 years its hard to believe! You are truly inspirational! Unfortunately, after more than 30 years of military service my feet, ankles and knees make a lot of these movements challenging but you motivate me to find a way to do what I can. Thanks!

  • Just discovered your channel. Your content is fantastic! I teach special needs students and many of your modified exercises will be perfect to incorporate into their phys ed routines. Thanks!!!

  • This is the second day in a row that my family will be eating oatmeal for dinner since I am once again distracted by trying out Cori’s workouts! I’m loving this and on too much of an endorphine rush to care about all of the complaints on dinner 😉

  • I agree with an earlier comment. Your channel stands out as professional grounded in a true knowledge of body mechanics. I love your delivery as well good cues. Thanks so much

  • I wouldn’t recommend this workout at all.

    1. Starting straight into push-ups without any previous warm up is a serious mistake. You can get a very nasty injury.

    2. He keeps coming and going between upper/core/legs. Focus in one section at the time and work your flow.

    3. Those mountain climbers are not the correct form. Arms should me perpendicular to the floor. Remember form before load.

    I’ve been doing this 20min workouts and there is another YouTuber a black guy shredded AF too. Those are way more intelligent workouts.


  • I am Brazilian and I admire your work which is excellent… I would like to know if I can use 15g of your videos and create a recommended post for your channel… you can find it on the Redefining Strength channel and much more here is the link. I recommend.

    Please, if you can, give me back, I appreciate it. my e-mail is [email protected] gmail.com

  • Hi I am finding that most of your videos are structured around athletes, and for younger age groups. Some of us including myself can not sit upwards with legs stretching out. We all have to be guided from a starting point to get anywhere near you are demonstrating. Thanks ��

  • Love your commitment, delivery and enthusiasm….I´m 63…been active throughout…work outs include isotonic, isometric, step cardio, bands, etc. Your videos fine tune and condition the body above and beyond….awesome!

  • now 5 fat burning moves that doesn’t require jumping for those that don’t want so much impact on the knees. Half burpee is good though:)

  • Wow, this was a great vid! I have been struggling with a stress fracture in my foot and have not been able to do any real cardio. I look forward to working on the banana split for cardio and additional core work, now, since it has zero foot impact!

  • Tried all these (except �� mucky garage floor!) today as part of some lockdown circuits. I like the creativity in your moves, which give a really good ‘bang for buck’. The crawl sit throughs were much more difficult than I expected! Next time, I need to move them to the front of the workout, to give them the quality they need. Thanks, Cori. ��

  • I’ve only seen two of your videos but love the moves. Started doing HIIT workouts about 3 months ago and definitely see better results compared to just normal weight/cardio training. I’ve learnt that diet makes a huge difference too. I’ll be adding the burpee mountain climbers to my routine. They are a KILLER! Thanks:-)

  • You are one of the very few on line trainers that I have encountered who actually knows what they’re talking about. Your presentation and delivery is spot on. Informative, non judgemental and just plain helpful.
    You are clearly a strong athlete minus the ridiculous hoopla. As a woman, I appreciate that you don’t speak like a valley girl from the 90’s.

  • I apologize if I have overlooked it. But have you ever posted any of your diet preferences that correlate in reducing body fat contributing to leanness? Thanks

  • Girl. You are a monster. Great exercises and great form. I’ll be honest you fucking shocked me, I wasn’t expecting to run out of breath after clicking on your vid…. I sit corrected. On the floor. Out of breath. ��
    Thank you please keep it coming.

  • for anyone interested in calories, my apple watch says 80 active cals and 97 total calories burned during these 10 minutes! nice quick workout loved it

  • I like the idea of “outside of the box” cardio but most of these exercises seem to be too explosive or strength based, things you might do in circuit training and if you’re already training for these things then they could contribute to over training rather than cardio.

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  • Thanks for putting non-jumping versions of these moves. I looked at it and was like “yeah, if I try this I’m just going to roll my ankle again”.

  • Teacher Could you record a short Hit style work out from beginning to end using these -so we could work out along w/ you -we would love that!!

  • These are GREAT exercises!!!!!!

    I don’t like running….
    only because my neighborhood has too much traffic, and horrible sidewalks.
    And forget about me even thinkin, of goin running in the winter time. lol

    But I can do all of these in my basement������all season.