There are enough workouts here to keep you busy for 62 weeks, or 186 workouts - whichever comes first. From mastering pull ups, to improving mobility, to nailing your first one-armed push up, these nine cycles of bodyweight workouts will help you reach your body's full potential with minimal equipment. 

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 1 - Don't let lack of exercise equipment stop you from getting strong. These bodyweight workouts require minimal equipment and the space of a yoga mat.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 2 - No fancy gym equipment? No problem. The bodyweight workouts require only the space of a yoga mat. This is the first of two cycles focusing on building up to a one-arm push up.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 3 - No equipment and no excuses. The third cycle continues to focus on building up to a one-arm push up.

 

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 4 - This short 4-week cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle are 20 minutes or less to allow extra time for mobility and recovery work.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 5 - This cycle of bodyweight workouts will focus on developing balance and strength with the use of one-limbed movements.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 6 - This cycle of bodyweight workouts will focus on developing core stability and functional strength using the addition of suspension training (TRX), parallettes and a 20/24 inch box.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 7 - This cycle of the bodyweight workout will focus on holds, strength, and flexibility using arm balances, inversions, and deep flexibility work.

 

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 8 - This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle will be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.

 

Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 9 - This twelve-week cycle of bodyweight workouts will focus on core stability and overall strength, in order to build a strong foundation for strict pull ups.

 

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Breaking Muscle founder Mindith Rahmat designed these workouts. Mindith has trained extensively in yoga, kettlebells, and CrossFit. She is the definition of a fitness enthusiast and is always studying the experts. She has pulled all her knowledge and findings together into these bodyweight workouts.

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