- Length: 2 Weeks
- Avg. Duration: 15 Minutes (10-20)
- Days per Week: 5 + 1 Optional
- Difficulty: 3-5
- Body Focus: Total Body
- Equipment: Dumbbell, No Equipment
- Training Type: Balance/Agility, Cardiovascular, HIIT, Pilates, Strength Training, Toning
A fun, efficient challenge that uses short but impactful workouts to provide smart movement.
When it comes to working out, "something is always better than nothing". With this carefully built plan that provides a comprehensive total body approach in under 20 minutes a day, something is way better than nothing. If you're short on time or finding yourself really struggling to set up a routine, these short daily workouts can provide a well rounded plan and help lower the barriers for success in creating consistency.
Each day's workout packs a punch but asks just 10-20 minutes of your time. It's important to note that unlike other FB challenges and programs, there is no warm up or cool down for each day's workout. For this challenge, warm up and cool down are your responsibility and we advise that you make time for each, before and after every workout.
This Challenge offers additional flexibility in that many days have multiple options to choose from, giving you a choice between varying workout intensities, and training types.
The training styles include strength training, HIIT, Pilates, functional training, and more. There are 5 active days and 1 recovery day each week. All you need is dumbbells.
Who this is for:
Very busy people struggling to find the time to workout
People who enjoy the energy boost provided by short, precise workouts
People with physically demanding jobs, looking for short, intentional, balanced work to help prevent injury and keep the body strong
Those who would like to establish a daily habit of working out and need the advantage of short workouts to jumpstart consistency
Those who are already using other fitness methods (running, yoga, cycling, hiking, etc) but still have a need for varying training styles, and balanced body/muscle work
People who are struggling with motivation, looking for an attainable goal
Can be used as "Extra Credit" when lined up with other Programs and Challenges