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4 Awesome Travel Workouts

Matt Skeffington

Matt’s primary role at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning is to make sure that our coaches and clients are consistently improving, all while operatin...

Matt’s primary role at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning is to make sure that our coaches and clients are consistently improving, all while operatin...

Feb 24 4 minutes read

Do you have some upcoming travel but still looking to keep your workout momentum rolling?

Short on time, space, and/or equipment?

We've got you covered!

This is one quick and effective workout guaranteed to help you stay on track, shred fat, build muscle, and get a great sweat on no matter where you are!

Your Quick Warm-Up

Complete 5-10 reps or :20-:30 of each movement to reduce stiffness from traveling, get you loose, reduce injury risk, and get you ready to CRUSH your workout!

Choose your workout!

1| Body-Weight Travel Workout

Here's how it works:

Set a timer for 10-20 minutes depending on how much time you have.

Start by completing 12 reps of each exercise in your circuit in order. Once you finish your first round, complete 10 reps of each exercise, then 8 reps, and so on. 

Your goal is to get as low as you can in your countdown.

Your Workout:

1| Body-Weight Squat + ISO Hold (the hold is always :10 after you complete your squat reps)
2| Push-Ups
3| Reverse Lunges (right and left)
4| Straight Leg Sit-Ups
5| Burpees (elevated if needed)

2| Kettlebell Travel Workout

Here's how it works:

Set a timer for 10-20 minutes depending on how much time you have.

Start by completing 10 reps of each exercise in your circuit in order. Once you finish each exercise in order, rest for :30 and start over.

Your goal is to complete as many rounds as possible before you run out of time. Aim to increase the weight of your kettlebell each round if possible. 

If you're new to using the kettlebell, start with a kettlebell that weighs between 8 and 15lbs. 

Your Workout:

1| Kettlebell Swings
2| Kettlebell Racked Reverse Lunges (right and left)
3| Kettlebell Split Stance Row (right and left)
4| Kettlebell 1/2 Kneeling Press (right and left)
5| Kettlebell Drag Through

3| Dumbbell Travel Workout

Here's how it works:

Set a timer for 10-20 minutes depending on how much time you have.

Start by completing 12 reps of each exercise in your circuit in order. Once you finish your first round, complete 10 reps of each exercise, then 8 reps, and so on. 

Your mountain climbers will stay :30. 

Your goal is to get as low as you can in your countdown. Aim to increase the weight of your dumbbell each round. If you are new to using the dumbbell, start with 10lbs.

Your Workout:

1| Dumbbell Goblet Squat 1.5
2| Dumbbell 1-Arm Bench Press (right and left)
3| Dumbbell Bulgarian Split Squat (right and left)
4| Dumbbell 1-Arm Row (right and left)
5| Mountain Climbers (:30 each time)

4| Jump Rope Travel Workout

Here's how it works:

Set a timer for 10-20 minutes depending on how much time you have.

Start by completing 120 revolutions on the jump rope. Then complete 6 burpees. Then complete 120 revolutions on the jump rope. Next is 6 reps per leg with the step through lunge. That is round one. In round 2, drop your jump rope revolutions to 110 reps. Your burpees and step through lunges stay at 6 reps for your entire workout. 

Your goal is to get as low as you can in your jump rope countdown. Aim to increase the weight of your dumbbell each round. 

Your Workout:

1| Jump Rope
2| x6 Burpees
3| Jump Rope
4| x6/side Step Through Lunges

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