Try These At Home: Drill Routines You Can Do In 30 Minutes Or Less

Try These At Home: Drill Routines You Can Do In 30 Minutes Or Less
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Football players, olympians, soccer stars—they don't get in shape by accident. Sure, weight training and running are important to their workouts. But, they also practice intense conditioning drills that completely transform their bodies.

Conditioning is important because it allows you to perform exercises for longer periods of time. Athletes will regularly have to run up and down a field at high speeds for long periods of time. Conditioning can help the Average Joe perform everyday tasks easier and help shave off extra pounds. Anything from walking to work to helping a friend move will become much easier.

You may think you need a coach screaming at you and a stadium to work out in if you want to get in this type of athletic shape. That's just not true. In fact, there are tons of drill-style routines you can do with just your bodyweight and a very small amount of open space. Let's check out some of the most effective ones!

1. Roll Out Of Bed And Do This Morning Workout

Many athletes will roll out of bed before the sun is up to work out. Now you can too! This routine is simple (so your sleep addled brain won't have to think too hard) but it won't be easy to complete. Getting up and going is a great way to get your training out of the way if you aren't the biggest fan of working out. 

2. Try a Beginner's HIIT Workout

If you're new to high intensity training, then you will want to start small. This workout boils your training down to moves that you can do without your heart literally exploding out of your chest (although it might feel like that is going to happen by the time you're done). 

3. Do The 300 Bodyweight Workout

Spartans were the old school athletes of their times. This routine is split into different bodyweight movements by difficulty, so feel free to work your way up to the hardest version. 

4. Try This 500 Rep Challenge For Endurance

Feel like improving your muscular and cardio endurance? This routine is chalk full of high rep movements, so there's no way you're not going to be huffing and puffing by the end! 

5. Challenge Yourself With An Advanced HIIT Workout

If you have already mastered the beginner's HIIT workout, then you can turn up the intensity with this harder version.

6. Get It Over Fast With This 30 Minute Bodyweight Workout

If you want to get the hard work done as quickly as possible, then this intense routine is just the thing for you. It is set up to push you hard with a mixture of cardio and strength training movements. Your rest time is minimal too, so you know you're going to be pushing it hard.

7. Finish Strong With An AMRAP Routine

Feel like pushing yourself psychically and mentally? This workout is designed for you to do "As Many Rounds As Possible" without stopping. Your brain will be screaming at you to stop but it's your job to keep on truckin'. 

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