No Equipment Required Conditioning Interval Workout

Good morning!


Before we get into today’s post – I have a Boot Camp announcement to make! For those signed up or planning to sign up, each week there will be a KIND snack prize package for the person with the most workout check-ins on the Facebook Group.


As your coach, I take responsibility in helping you achieve your goals for the 8-weeks, and part of that is accountability. A little incentive never hurts Winking smile OK! Resuming post….


Over the past several days, I’ve been busy shooting pictures for the lengthy list of exercises and progressions that will go along with the Your Trainer Paige 8-Week Online Boot Camp that starts later this month (price goes up tomorrow!) In each of the programs (there’s 2 different programs in the 8-weeks) I’ve included some bonus workouts, including strength, finishers, core, and conditioning.

Today, I thought I’d share with you part of one of the bonus conditioning workouts – that doesn’t require any equipment at all. I tried the No Equipment Required Conditioning Workout out on Monday, and recruited my friend, Katie to participate, too Winking smile We both used different progressions of some of the exercises, and were both equally smoked by the end of it!

This is half of this bonus workout, and is a 10 minute AMRAP (as many rounds as possible)


As always, before beginning any new exercise program, you must first consult with your doctor.

The workout:


The moves:

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I’m not a fan of cardio that takes an hour out of my day. My conditioning workouts never last more than 30 minutes – any other cardio I get is in the form of NON exercise activity thermogenesis, aka walking a lot!

And now I’m off to get in some serious strength. Have a lovely day, friends! Open-mouthed smile

How long do your conditioning/cardio workouts typically take?


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  1. this looks AWESOME babe! SO AWESOME! I’ve been wanting a few bodyweight/no equipment required workouts! I’d love to see more <3
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  2. oh and my conditioning/finishers are no longer than 10 mins
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  3. Great post Paige! I am always on the lookout for ways to add to my training without equipment. It is so helpful when they can be done anywhere, especially fast workouts. This will be a huge help to many I am sure.

    My training is usually at least an hour of running (workout days and long runs 1.5- 2.5 hours), with abs (15 mins) 4-5 times a week, and strengthening/prehab 45 minutes 3 times per week. That is intense enough for me, but it is what I need to be able to go get my qualifying goals to run in an international marathon for Great Britain. :)
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  4. This looks AWESOME!
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  5. I never spend more than 20 min on cardio… I’m all about the weights! Keeping this and doing it this weekend!
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  6. How much is the bootcamp today/

    • Hey Jodie! Today it’s $35, but changing that over is next on my to do list. If you beat me, you might still get it at $25! haha :)

  7. Hello there!

    Thank you so much for sharing this no equipment required conditioning workout. This is such a very helpful post for people who love to do some exercises can do this.


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