6 CrossFit Workouts You Can Do in Your Living Room

Crossfit workouts at home

It’s no secret that CrossFit workouts have seen tremendous popularity in the last few years. Many people are drawn to the challenge that CrossFit presents and the relative ease of learning the exercises that make up a workout.  There’s more than likely a gym (or in CrossFit terms, box) in your community but it’s not always easy to fit in a time to go around your busy schedule.

One component of CrossFit is weight lifting, and you more than likely don’t have free weight barbells in your home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from a CrossFit style workout from your own living room. Remember to talk with your physician before starting a new exercise routine. Once you begin also take care to listen to your body. These workouts appear easy, but if you’re just starting out, take it slow. You should feel tired but if something hurts, stop.

You may want to keep a record of your progress. Try alternating workouts, for example do workout 1 on Monday, workout 2 on Wednesday and workout 5 on Friday. Keep a tally on a calendar or notebook of which you do each day. In a CrossFit box, each workout is timed. It’s a good idea to run a timer at home too, you can then track your progress and see how much you’re improving with each subsequent workout.

CrossFit Workouts You Can Do at Home

Workout 1

100 Jumping Jacks

100 Push Ups (modified)

100 Sit ups

100 Air Squats

 

Workout 2

20 Jumping Jacks

30 Push Ups

40 Sit ups

50 Air Squats

Complete this rotation 5 times, resting for 3 minutes between each round.

Workout 3

10 Hand Release Pushups

10 V-sits

100 Air Squats

Complete this rotation 10 times, resting for 3 minutes between each round.

 

Workout 4

100 air squats

100 burpees

 

Workout 5

100 Jumping Jacks

75 air squats

50 Push Ups

25 Burpees

Complete 3 rounds resting 3 minutes between each round

 

Workout 6

Alternating leg lunges (30 for each leg) – can be done with or without weight

20 Push ups

10 Burpess

10 Tricep dips – using a chair or couch

Complete 3 rounds resting 3 minutes between each round

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