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Try out this quick and effective bodyweight pyramid workout a few times a week, and you’ll feel a whole lot fitter!
Pyramid workouts are another creative way to do a workout without it feeling boring.
They are quick, effective and can be adjusted using almost any type of exercise.
Today’s bodyweight pyramid workout will consist of three bodyweight exercises.
Push ups, squats and leg raises.
The whole workout should take you no more than 10 minutes, and you end up doing 100 reps of each exercise with no rest in between.
If you are a busy guy, then this workout is perfect for you.
Heck, you can even smash it out during your lunch break in your office!
10 Minute Bodyweight Pyramid Workout
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For those of you that aren’t aware of a pyramid workout, it’s simply where you start with 1 rep then work your way to to a certain number of reps, and then come down again.
In this case, we will be starting at 1 rep and moving towards 10 reps, and then coming back down to 1 again.
The Bodyweight Pyramid Workout
Right, let’s get to the workout!
There are 3 exercises that we will be using.
Exercises: push ups, body squats and leg raises.
Below I have put together quick instructional videos to make sure your form is correct.
Below is the entire 10 minute workout.
Quick, effective and you can do it from anywhere!
What you’ll need: simply your bodyweight, and enough floor space to fit the length of your body.
What you’ll do: start off with 1 push up, 1 body squat, 1 leg raise. Then move onto 2 push ups, 2 body squats, 2 leg raises. All the way until you reach 10 reps of each. Then work your way down. 9 Push ups, 9 body squats 9 leg raises. Until you get to 1 rep again.
No rest in between sets, and try get it done as quick as possible.
This is another great workout for all of you busy men!
If you ever feel that it’s not challenging enough or that it’s too much , then feel free to change up the reps.
For example, you could go up to 15 reps or bring it down to 8 reps.
Depends on your level of fitness.