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09 December 2017

Blast fat like a UFC fighter with this bodyweight workout

It's 10 of your favourite workouts, 10 times, for 10 rounds

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If you travel frequently for work, you know how hard it is to find the time to work out.

Even if you’re lucky enough to stay in a hotel with a gym, it’s probably busy, dirty or lacks the equipment you need to get the workout you want.

Read more: Kick-start your morning with this 10-minute bodyweight workout

We’re here to tell you it’s OK, because you can get a fat-burning workout right in your hotel room – no equipment required.

All you need is some willpower.

Take it from Paige VanZant in the video below, which shows us how you can get in a great workout just about anywhere.


Read more: 20 simple steps to forge the willpower you need to lose weight and get fit

The premise is simple: your 10 favourite workouts, 10 times for 10 rounds. It’s 100 reps, no equipment required.

VanZant herself starts off with some step-ups, right onto the hotel room couch.

“You’re going to be doing your step-ups, but as fast as you can,” she says. Let the sweat begin.

Next, VanZant wants to hit her core, so while she implores you to do your favourite core move, she’s all about this oblique-blaster.

“Just get down and do your favourite core workout,” she says. “My favourite core workout is Russian twists. Hands up and touch each side as I twist.”

Read more: Use this science-backed method to carve the core you’ve always wanted

Third, do 10 reps of push-ups. No space? No problem.

“If you’re in a small space and you don’t have somewhere to lay down and do push-ups, you can always do them on the corner of your bed or your couch,” VanZant says.

Ten of your favourite moves, 10 reps, 100 total. Who needs a gym in a hotel?

This article was originally published on www.menshealth.com 

Image credit: iStock

 
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