8 Burpees Workouts You Can Do At Home

8 Burpees Exercises You Can Do At Home

Burpees are an essential exercise to incorporate into any workout. They are one of the most effective exercises you can do by torching fat and helping you to gain strength throughout your whole body. Check out my top 8 burpee workouts you can do at home.

I’ve got a mix of Reps based, EMOM, AMRAP and HIIT workouts here for you to choose from. These workouts are suitable for beginners right up to advanced levels and are sure to get your heart rate up, build muscle and help you lose fat.

For those who are new to working out, or maybe haven’t tried some of the exercises I have included, I have given a brief explanation of how to complete each exercise correctly to ensure you avoid injury.

If you are new to exercise or suffer from any health conditions, we recommend speaking to a trained medical professional prior to conducting any form of exercise.

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Burpees might not be as well known as squats, lunges, or pushups but they are an effective exercise to challenge the major muscle groups in your body.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. Burpees may not be your favourite exercise to do. They are tough, and doing many burpees in quick succession can really tire you out. I know all too well from the first-hand experience of doing 2000 Burpees in November 2020 for Bone Cancer Research.

However, the burpees exercise can be a great way of building muscle, burning calories and improving your cardiovascular health. Let’s look at the benefits of burpees a little deeper.

Why Burpees Should Be Included In Your Workout

Burpees are for everyone. Whether you’re a beginner or an elite level athlete. Though if you are a beginner, you may want to make some modifications depending on your current health and fitness levels. I go into a bit more detail of the modifications below.

However, burpees will get you fitter than any other exercise by working all the major muscle groups in your body – arms, chest, quads, glutes, hamstrings, and abs, you name it, they’ll rinse it. At the same time, they will improve your cardio fitness by requiring a higher oxygen consumption than other exercises. You’ll also notice that your balance and coordination will improve by including burpees in your workout routine.

They are an intense, full-body exercise that can turn your body into a fat-burning machine by burning a lot of calories to lengthen and extend your muscles through the exercise. They also speed up your metabolism to help you to burn calories throughout the day, long after your workout is over.

You don’t need any equipment to do burpees, though you might want to add in an exercise mat if you have hard floors at home. You can do burpees anywhere you choose to workout, whether it’s at home, in the park, or at the gym.

Burpees can also be added to almost any workout to work the body in different ways. They are fast paced, dynamic and can even be exciting when the rush of endorphins hit.

How To Do Burpees

Before I get into the workouts, it’s important to understand how to do burpees with correct form. Follow the guidance below to ensure your burpee exercises are carried out correctly to avoid injury.

Below is a step by step guide on how to do burpees – more specifically, perfect full chest to floor burpees. These can be modified for beginners or for those with reduced abilities, which I will detail further.

  1. Start in the standing position.
Burpees 1

2. Bend your legs at a 90-degree angle coming into a squat position, keeping your back straight. Then bending over and placing your hands on the floor, shoulder-width apart.

Burpees 2

3. Kick your legs back coming into a high plank position.

Burpees 3

4. Keeping your core tight, move into the pressup position.

Burpees 4

5. Return to the high plank position after your pressup.

Burpees 3

6. You can either thrust both legs up at the same time, or walk up one leg at a time.

Burpees 5

7. Return to the crouching position with both hands on the ground.

Burpees 2

7. Jump up and clap your hands above your head.

Burpees 6

Congratulations! That’s how to do burpees properly, with correct form.

Burpee Exercises Modifications

If you want to know how to do burpees the easier way, I have a couple of modifications for you.

To modify your burpees into a more manageable exercise, depending on your abilities, start in the standing position. Crouch down with your hands on the floor, shoulder-width apart.

For walkout burpees, simply walk each leg out and back in again, returning to the crouching position. Then stand up straight and clap your hands above your head. You can choose to add the jump in, but for those with knee problems or who are obese, this may not be a good idea as it can put extra strain on your joints.

For plank burpees, jump both legs out so that you are in the high plank position. Then thrust your legs back to the crouching position.

Jump up and clap both hands above your head.

Equipment You Need For At-Home Workouts

At home workouts are a fantastic way of keeping up with your fitness and exercise routines. Especially during the many lockdowns we have faced throughout 2020 and 2021.

You don’t need a lot of equipment to be able to workout at home, however, we would suggest having the following on hand to be able to carry out the workouts below.

A good quality, shred proof exercise mat is essential to provide some extra cushioning and protection for your body when performing floor-based moves such as pushups, bicycle crunches and, of course, burpees.

To carry out the workouts below I also suggest investing in a set of dumbbells. Granted, dumbbells have shot up in price since the pandemic began, therefore I recommend investing in a set of adjustable dumbbells that hold at least 20kg. These will enable you to grow in strength without incurring further expenditure in a short period of time.

Burpee Workout 1 – Reps Based

This bodyweight workout can be performed by beginners up to advanced levels. This workout is reps based, therefore there is no specific time period set for each exercise, however, I have estimated that it will take around 5 minutes to complete each round.

For beginners, certain moves such as pushups and burpees can be adapted to ease the body into performing these exercises effectively.

Pushups can be performed from the knees, making the exercise more manageable for those who cannot hold their own body weight. Over time, as the body gets more familiar with pushups, you can begin to attempt full bodyweight pushups. This may not happen overnight but the aim is to work up to full bodyweight pushups.

To perform a pushup from the knees, begin kneeling with your hands shoulder width apart. Lower your body to the ground with your elbows close to your body (not pointing out). Once lowered where your face meets your workout mat, raise your body back up again. It’s important to keep your core tight throughout this move too as this will help you to progress to full bodyweight pushups.

Initially, for beginners, a walkout burpee may be a good place to start. Particularly for those who may struggle to perform full chest to floor burpees. Follow the instructions above to perform modified burpees depending on your abilities.

Please remember, it is crucial to ensure your form is correct at all times. If you are new to exercise, it is better to take it slow to perform the exercises correctly, than rush through and risk injuring yourself.


This workout should take approximately 25 minutes to complete, depending on your abilities.

  • 20 Pushups
  • 20 Reverse Lunges (both legs)
  • 20 Burpees
  • 20 Squats
  • 20 Bicycle Crunches

5 rounds with a 1 minute rest in between each round


Burpee Workout 2 – EMOM

EMOM stands for Every Minute On The Minute. It means that you begin each exercise on the minute and complete the number of reps stated. Then rest for the remaining time period. For instance, 15 squats may take you 35 seconds to complete, therefore you rest for 25 seconds until the timer reaches the next minute and you begin the next exercise.

This exercise can be performed by beginners to advanced levels. However, I recommend ensuring that your form is correct for all moves. As with the above, it is better to go slow and steady than to rush through and risk injury.

When performing squats your knees should be bent at a 90-degree angle as if sitting into a chair. Your knees should not extend past your toes as this can cause damage to your joints. You should tighten your core, and look ahead in order to keep your back straight and avoid injury to your lower back.

When performing dumbbell squats, you can hold the dumbbells by your sides, against your chest or on your shoulders. The higher the dumbbells are held, the better the load is on your quad muscles.

To perform a shoulder press correctly, hold the dumbbells by your shoulders. Your palms should be facing forwards and your elbows out to the sides bent at a 90-degree angle. Extend through your elbows to press the dumbbells above your head, without leaning back. Then slowly return to your starting position.

In order to do proper bicep curls stand with your dumbbells in each hand. Your elbows should be resting at your sides and your forearms should extend out in front of your body. Bring the dumbbells up to your shoulders, bending at the elbow. Once at the top, hold and squeeze your bicep muscle. Reverse the curl back down, slowly and repeat the move.


This workout should take approximately 30 minutes to complete, depending on your abilities.

  • 15 Dumbbell Squats
  • 12 Dumbbell Shoulder Press
  • 10 Burpees
  • 20 Dumbbell Bicep Curls
  • 10 Burpees

5 rounds with a 1 minute rest in between each round

30 Second plank to finish


Burpee Workout 3 – HIIT

HIIT Stands for High-Intensity Interval Training. Exercises are performed for a short period of between 30 seconds to 45 seconds at maximum intensity, then followed by a short rest period of 15 seconds to 30 seconds.

To do high knees, stand with your feet hip-width apart, bring your knee up to your chest, or as close to your chest as you can. Alternate each leg moving at a sprinting or running pace.

Mountain climbers are performed in the high plank position using your core to keep your body straight without arching your back. Bring each knee in to meet your chest and repeat on each leg. This move targets the shoulders and core and can be performed slowly to really engage the muscles, or fast to build your heart rate.

Sumo squats are an excellent exercise to target the glutes. Stand in a wide stance, with feet pointing outwards. Hold one dumbbell close to the chest and lower the body into a squat position with your weight on your heels. Ensure that your knees are bent at a 90-degree angle and pointing outward. Knees should not surpass your toes.

To perform a hammer curl stand upright, with a dumbbell in each hand. Your palms should be facing towards your body. Keeping your biceps stationary, bend your arms at the elbow until you reach shoulder level, but don’t touch your shoulders. Hold and squeeze your bicep then slowly lower your arms at the elbow and repeat.


30 seconds work, 30 seconds rest. This HIIT workout should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

  • High Knees
  • Burpees
  • Mountain Climbers
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Sumo Squats
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Hammer Curls
  • Burpees
  • Pressups
  • Burpees

3 rounds


Burpee Workout 4 – Reps Based

Another rep based workout to target all of the major muscle groups. This workout can be performed by beginners up to advanced, but as mentioned before some exercises may be modified depending on your individual abilities.

The dumbbell curl to overhead press combines both the bicep curl and shoulder press into one exercise. To do this correctly, perform a bicep curl and hold at the top. Before lowering the arms back down towards the body, when the dumbbells are at shoulder level and palms facing towards the body, rotate the dumbbells so that your palms are facing forwards and your elbows out to the sides bent at a 90-degree angle. Extend through your elbows to press the dumbbells above your head, without leaning back. Then slowly return to your starting position.

V Crunches are an excellent way to target your rectus abdominis, obliques and hip flexors while improving your core and trunk balance.

To perform V Crunches, lie on your back, raise your arms and legs so they extend towards the ceiling. Lower your legs towards the floor while reaching your arms overhead, keeping your shoulders off the mat and your lower back pressed against the mat. Then repeat.

Overhead Tricep Extentions are a fantastic exercise to target the triceps (which will really help with those bingo wings).

Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, keep your core tight. Holding one dumbbell with both hands, raise the dumbbell above your head until your arms are fully extended. Your palms should be facing the ceiling and your elbows pointing forwards. Bend your arms at the elbows, squeeze your triceps then slowly lower the dumbbell behind your head making sure not to flare your elbows out to the sides. Then repeat.

It’s really important not to flare your elbows out. They should be tucked in close to your ears to ensure you really target your tricep muscles properly and don’t injure yourself.

Reverse lunges are a safer exercise to do for your knees compared to forward lunges as the pressure is reduced on your knees. It’s easier to emphasise the muscles of the glutes, hamstrings, and quads with a reverse lunge. Many people tend to end up with their knee too far forward and over their toes with forward lunges.

To do a reverse lunge, hold your dumbbells by your sides. Step back with one foot, and slowly lower your body until your front knee is bent at a 90 degree angle. Hold and then push back up with your legs to your starting position. Repeat on alternative legs.

Bicycle crunches are a highly effective, multi targeted abs exercise. To do bicycle crunches properly, start by lying on your exercise mat, with you back pressed against the mat and your head and shoulders slightly raised. Place your hands lightly against your head without knitting your fingers. Don’t force your head with your hands at any point during the exercise.

Lift one leg just off the ground and extend. Lift the other leg off the ground and bend your knee. Twist through your core so the opposite arm comes towards the raised knee. Lower your leg and arm at the same time while bringing up the opposite two limbs to mirror the movement.


This workout should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

  • 10 Burpees
  • 15 Dumbbell Curl To Overhead Press
  • 10 Dumbbell Sumo Squats
  • 10 Burpees
  • 15 Pressups
  • 15 V Crunches
  • 10 Burpees
  • 10 Dumbbell Overhead Tricep Extensions
  • 20 Dumbbell Reverse Lunges
  • 10 Burpees
  • 30 second Plank
  • 20 Bicycle Crunches
  • 10 Burpees

2 rounds with a 1 minute rest in between each round


Burpee Workout 5 – HIIT

My second HIIT workout which again focuses on all the major muscle groups to help you torch fat and build muscle.

Crunches are a fundamental exercise to improve your core strength and provides great stimulation to the abdominal muscles. Ramp up your crunches by incorporating weights.

To do a dumbbell crunch correctly, lie flat on your exercise mat with your knees bent. Hold your dumbbell to your chest with both hands. Use your upper abs to raise your torso, then slowly lower your body to the starting position.

Dumbbell Squat Thrusters combine a squat with an overhead press. Holding your dumbbells at shoulder height, lower your body to perform the squat. Then use the the momentum as you return to standing position to thrust the weights above your head. To keep your balance and ensure that you don’t cause injury make sure to keep your core tight throughout the move.

Power knees are a fantastic exercise to get the heart rate up and target muscles throughout your body, particularly the core. Stand in a wide stance, with one leg further back, and the knee of the supporting leg softened but not bent. It’s important to remember that the supporting leg should not be locked out. Raise both arms in the air, in front of your body. Then raise your knee and lower your arms to meet at chest level before returning to the original position. Repeat for the duration of the exercise on the same leg.


40 seconds work, 20 seconds rest. This workout should take approximately 40 minutes to complete.

  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Squats
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Shoulder Press
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Reverse Lunges
  • Burpees
  • Pressups
  • Burpees
  • High Knees
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Crunches
  • Burpees
  • Dumbbell Squat Thrusters
  • Burpees
  • Mountain Climbers
  • Burpees
  • Power Knees (right)
  • Burpees
  • Power Knees (left)

2 rounds with a 1 minute rest in between each round


Burpee Workout 6 – AMRAP

AMRAP stands for As Many Rounds As Possible. This means to complete as many rounds per section within the given time frame. For instance, as many rounds as you can of 10 pushups and 10 burpees until the 5 minutes is up. Some may manage five rounds while others may only manage three rounds. However, the important thing to focus on is performing each exercise at your maximum intensity.

This workout includes a reverse lunge to bicep curl. Meaning that the lunge and bicep curls are performed at the same time on opposite limbs. For example, lunging with your right leg extended backwards, raise your right arm into the bicep curl, and repeat on alternating limbs.

Donkey kicks are great for stability and toning. They target your glutes, core and shoulders. Begin on all fours with your hands placed directly under your shoulders and your knees under your hip joints. Your back should be flat, not arches or bent. Without rounding your spine, engage your core. Keeping a 90 degree bend in your right knee, slowly life your leg straight back and upwards. The max height to lift your leg is just before your back starts to arch or your hips rotate. Return to the starting position and repeat.

Frog sit ups are an easier alternative to regular sit up buts they are just as effective for your abdominals. Lie flat on your exercise mat with your knees bent outwards and feet touching. Your arms should be raised overhead with your hands meeting. Bring yours arms down and engage your core to lift your back and shoulders off the mat as you would with a sit up, touch your feet with your hands then return to the starting position.

The dumbbell snatch is a great move to build power and strength and get all our muscles working throughout your body. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, hold your dumbbell with your palm facing towards your body. Sit down into a squat, letting your dumbbell hit the floor directly beneath your chest. Keep your back straight with your chest and head up. Return to a standing position lift the dumbbell explosively above your head using the momentum from your back and legs.

Glute bridges target your hamstrings, glutes, back and abs. Lie with your back to your exercise mat. Your knees should be bent and feet firmly placed on your mat. Keep your arms by your side with your palms facing down. Lift your hips off the ground until your knees, hips and shoulders form a straight line. Hold your position for a few seconds before slowly lowering your body back down. You can increase the intensity of this exercise by using resistance bands or by holding a dumbbell at hip level.


This workout should take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

  • 10 Pushups
  • 10 Burpees

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 10 Dumbbell Squats
  • 10 Burpees

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 20 Reverse Lunge To Bicep Curls
  • 10 Burpees

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 20 Donkey Kicks (Right)
  • 20 Donkey Kicks (Left)
  • 15 Frog Sit Ups
  • 20 Slow Bicycle Crunches
  • 20 Power Knees (Right)
  • 20 Power Knees (Left)
  • 10 Dumbbell Snatches (Right)
  • 10 Dumbbell Snatches (Left)
  • 20 Glute Bridges

1 Round


Burpee Workout 7 – AMRAP

My second AMRAP might be slightly shorter in duration but is no less intense and will certainly get your heart pumping.

Squat knees are a great exercise for working a variety of muscles. Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, your hands should be placed behind your head with your elbows at a 45 degree angle. Lower into the squat position, as you return to standing position raise one leg with knee bent at 90 degrees, twist through the torso and bring your knee to meet the opposite elbow. Repeat on alternating limbs.

Running punches are a great cardio move. Simply run on the spot as quickly as you can with fists clenched and close to your chest. Punch out directly in front of you as you run making sure to keep your arms in time with your legs. It’s important to punch out in front rather than up or down.

Up down planks are an essential exercise to build strength and stability throughout your core. Starting in the high plank position, with your back straight, and hands directly under your shoulders. Lower your right hand down onto your elbow, followed by your left, then raise back up onto your hands.


This workout should take approximately 23 minutes to complete.

  • 20 Squat knees – alternating knee to elbow each time
  • 10 Burpees
  • 40 Mountain Climbers

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 20 Star Jumps
  • 10 Burpees
  • 10 Frog Sit Ups

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 40 Running Punches
  • 10 Burpees
  • 10 Up Down Planks

5 Minutes Work, then 1 minute rest

  • 1 Burpee
  • 6 Mountain Climbers
  • 1 Pushup

5 Minutes Work to finish


Burpee Workout 8 – EMOM

My final EMOM and only workout to feature all the exercises in one round. This is a tough workout but very effective at raising your heart rate and building muscle.

Plank thrusters are highly effective in engaging all the muscles while you bust a sweat. Start in the high plank position and jump both feet under your body with your knees reaching under your chest. Then jump back out into full plank position. This will really hit your abs and your quads.

Tricep dips are another great exercise to really target your triceps and reduce the bingo wings. You will need a solid chair or workout bench to perform this exercise.

Sitting on your bench or chair, place your hands shoulder-width apart with your arms straight. Place your feet out in front of you but firmly on the ground and loading your weight into your heels. Using your arms to bear your weight, raise your body up and just ahead of your bench or chair, where your back will pass approx an inch in front of the edge.

Squeeze your core and glutes, raise your chin and chest to keep your body tight. Then begin to bend your elbows to lower your body into the dip. Dip down until your arms are at a 90-degree angle. Hold for a second before using your arms to raise your body back up to the starting position. If this is too difficult, bring your feet slightly closer to your body. If this is too easy, move your feet further away.

The single arm row is a great exercise to work your lat, back, shoulders and arms. Using your chair or bench at your right hand side, place your feet firmly on the floor with your right foot further forward and knee softened. The left leg should be extended behind. Place your right hand on the edge of your chair or bench to support your body. Your back should be straight and parallel with the ground. Reach down and pick up your dumbbell with your left hand, palm facing towards your body.

Bring the dumbbell close to your chest with the focus being to lift with your back and shoulders rather than your arms. Squeeze your shoulders and back muscles at the top of the move before lowering the dumbbell slowly to the starting position. Repeat for the opposite site of the body.

Chest flyes are an excellent move to strengthen the muscles of the chest and arms. If you don’t have a workout bench, lie flat on your mat with your knees bent and feet on the floor. Hold one dumbbell in each hand. Your elbows should be away from the body and bent at 90-degree angle, with the dumbbells held in the air. Extend your arms up across your chest so that the dumbbells meet in the middle in air. Slowly lower the dumbbells into the starting position.

Not so surprisingly, the chest press is a great exercise to build up your chest muscles. Again, if you don’t have a workout bench, lie flat on your mat with your knees bent and your feet firmly on the floor. Hold one dumbbell in each hand, draw your shoulders down and back pressing against the ground. Your palms should be facing upwards towards the ceiling. Press your arms upwards, keeping your elbows slightly bent. Then slowly lower the dumbbells to slightly wider than your mid-chest.

Plank shoulder taps are another great exercise to strengthen your core and shoulders. Start in the high plank position with your hands directly under your shoulders and your feet in line with your hips. With your hips as stable as possible, lift one hand and tap it against the opposite shoulder. Then repeat on alternating sides.

Lateral Shuffle floor taps are a fun cardio move to really get your blood pumping. You don’t need a big space for this exercise, just enough room to shuffle side a few steps each side. Simply start in standing position with feet hip width apart. Soften your knees and shuffle a few paces to the right. Bend the knees as if coming into a light squat, keeping your back and arm straight, then reach down and touch the floor. Raise back up and repeat in the other direction.

The lateral goblet squat is another fantastic exercise to target the quads and glutes. Start with your feet wider than hip-width apart with your knees and toes pointing forwards. You should be holding your dumbbell close to your chest. Move your weight onto your right heel, then push your hips back and bend your right knee whilst keeping your left leg straight. Drive out through your right foot to come back to standing position and then repeat on the opposite side.


This workout will take approximately 32 minutes to complete (possibly longer depending on the length of time needed to complete all of the reps and if extra breaks are needed).

You will need a bench or a chair to perform the tricep dips and single arm rows.

  • 40 Mountain Climbers
  • 15 Pushups
  • 10 Burpees
  • 10 Plank Thrusters
  • 40 Squat Knees
  • 10 Burpees
  • 30 Tricep Dips (Use chair or bench)
  • 30 Dumbbell Hammer Curl To Shoulder Press
  • 10 Burpees
  • 30 Dumbbell Chest Flyes
  • 30 Dumbbell Chest Press
  • 10 Burpees
  • 30 Plank Shoulder Taps
  • 40 Slow Bicycle Crunches
  • 10 Burpees
  • 40 star Jumps
  • 30 Lateral Shuffle Floor Taps
  • 10 Burpees
  • 20 Dumbbell Squats With 2 Lunges After Each Squat
  • 20 Dumbbell Lateral Goblet Squat
  • 10 Burpees
  • 40 Donkey Kick (Left)
  • 40 Donkey Kick (Right)
  • 10 Burpees
  • 20 Glute Bridge
  • 40 High Knees
  • 10 Burpees
  • 30 Dumbbell Single Arm Rows (Left) (Use chair or bench)
  • 30 Dumbbell Single Arm Rows (Right) (Use chair or bench)
  • 10 Burpees
  • 40 Power Knees (Left)
  • 40 Power Knees (Right)

One round


Burpees may not be everyone’s favourite exercise but there is no denying they are extremely effective at working the entire body. They torch fat, help you to build strength and muscle and improve your cardio fitness.

My range of workouts from HIIT, EMOM, AMRAP and Reps based will certainly help to improve your fitness and ensure you can increase the number of burpees you can do week on week.

Have you tried any of my workouts? Let me know what you think in the comments!

8 Burpees Exercises You Can Do At Home
8 Burpees Exercises You Can Do At Home

10 thoughts on “8 Burpees Exercises You Can Do At Home”

  1. Kat @The Hobbit Hold

    Burpees are my least favorite part when it comes to exercise. Though I must admit they are really effective for losing weight. Thank you for sharing such an informative post!

    1. ThisExtraLife

      I must admit when I first started working out I HATED burpees with a passion. However, I have come to respect the exercise as it is a great way to burn fat and build strength all over.

  2. This is AWESOME timing right now, with it being so cold outside I need things to do in the house!

    1. ThisExtraLife

      We’re still in lockdown in the UK and honestly, if I wasn’t able to workout at home I don’t know what I’d do with myself. It has definitely given me purpose and you don’t need much space to be able to do any of these exercises.

  3. Cindy Mom, the Lunch Lady

    Burpees are evil, but they are really great for loosing weight. I incorporate them once in a blue, but should really try adding them more frequently.

    1. ThisExtraLife

      You’re not wrong at all. I hated them at first. However, as I have become fitter (thanks in part to doing a stupid amount of burpees) I’ve grown to respect them. They really are a great full body exercise to get the blood pumping and the fat melting 🙂

  4. Thanks so much for reminding me of the right technique! I used to dread burpees just because I was never really sure I performed them correctly and would look like a fraud, lol. This EMOM exercise sounds interesting too, might give that one a go. Thank you for sharing! Love, Susanne

    1. ThisExtraLife

      Proper technique is crucial and it’s always better to take things slow and get it right. Definitely try the EMOM, even if you need little breaks in between with practice it will get more manageable.

  5. Getting a good work out in at home with little equipment is great when you cant make it to the gym! Thanks for the detailed instructions!

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