I have the sweetest, kindest YouTube viewers that a person could ask for. You guys leave the best comments and always seem to have something wonderful and supportive to say. I occasionally read the comments on other people’s YouTube videos and I know that I am lucky beyond measure to not have to deal with “Internet trolls” on my channel.
Every now and again, I’ll remove a spam comment, but I would say 99% of my comments are friendly and have something nice to say. The other 1%? Well, let’s call them “constructive criticism.” 🙂
The most common complaint is that I talk too much. Guilty as charged and not going to change!
Once, though, a viewer left me a comment telling me that Tabata workouts are “boring” because they’re so repetitive. Again, guilty as charged. Tabata workouts are very repetitive! But it got me to thinking…
What if I made a workout that didn’t repeat?
So I did! And here it is, the No Repeat Bodyweight Cardio and Strength Workout also known as 21 Things 21 Times. Because we’re doing 21 exercises for 21 reps each, of course.
I originally recorded this workout back in July of 2014 and it’s still one of my favorites! It’s very beginner-friendly and really gets in a full body workout. We’ve got a nice mix of cardio, strength, and core stability to burn about 200 calories (more or less – actual calories burned depends on your weight, current fitness and effort level), boost your metabolism, build some lean muscle and put you in a good mood.
But if it doesn’t float your boat? Leave me a comment and maybe you’ll help me create another new workout! 🙂
No Repeat CARDIO + STRENGTH | Fun 30 Minute Full Body Conditioning Workout without Equipment
Warm Up and Cool Down: Warm up is BUILT-IN, cool down is LINKED in the video
Exercise Time: 30 minutes
MAIN WORKOUT (complete each exercise 21x):
Flying Fast Ups
Cross Body Crunches
22-second Plank Hold
Can’t see the video below? Click here to watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/85g9BdZQ9ns
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