In this show I’ll teach you How to workout with a tight schedule, and more!
In this episode you’ll learn… How to workout with a tight schedule, plus…
- What the real key is to your success.
- Tech that can help you out along the way.
- What you MUST have in your car.
- Tips for when time runs out.
- And much, much more.
First things first… you have to at least try to schedule your workouts into your calendar. Then use the drag and adjust method when you get busy.
Go to a CrossFit workout at your local CrossFit gym
Keep a kettlebell in your car, office, or home
Use you body only
When living in a van (that’s what I’m doing if you didn’t know…) it can take more time that I would like to unload all of our 400+ pounds of workout gear. So, if there just isn’t enough time for that… I will grab my 70 pound kettlebell from under the seat and get to work.
I’ve done many great workouts in parking lots, at rest stops, really anywhere that I need to get a workout in.
Workouts when you don’t have time
Easy, go-to kettlebell workouts
100 KB swings for time
100 KB swings not for time (biggest sets possible)
100 KB swings, then 100 goblet squats
3 rounds for time of:
20 KB swings
20 OH lunges (10 each arm)
100 KB rows (50 each arm)
Burpees over the KB
50 single KB clean and jerks
Heavy goblet pistol squats
*These are GREAT if you need to lift heavy!
Body weight workouts
5 sets of max pushups with 2 minutes rest between sets
Tabata – squats, pushups, sit-ups, pistol squats
*You can find any old Tabata timer on your phone
3 sets of max time L-sits
Handstand walking (50ft, 100ft, 200ft, 300ft)
*Distance for time depending on your experience
Resources and links mentioned in this podcast
– Kettlebells from Rogue Fitness – Click here
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