Posted on October 16, 2017 by Kim Mead

Do you work long hours?

Do you feel as if you don’t have time for the gym?

Are you too tired to even go to the gym before or after work?

If the answer is yes to these questions then a lunchtime workout sounds like this could be the one for you.

You can do a complete full body workout in 10-15 mins.

More than likely there is not going to be any equipment at your work place. So improvisation is a must.

Body weight exercises such as: squats, press/push ups, lunges, jumping jacks, sit ups and burpees to name a few are all really good exercises to do in an intense circuit form. So complete 4-5 different exercises such as those listed above all for 1 minute each with 20 seconds rest and repeat twice.

You can also play around with the time variations for the work load and the recovery.

You can use furniture that is around you, for e.g. if you have an office job you can use the chair and table as a step or something to lean on whilst performing certain types of exercises like incline/decline press ups or tricep dips.

Where there’s a will there’s a way.