A Guided, At-Home Workout with Hannah Davis
“You don’t need to head to the gym or even have any equipment at home to get a workout in when you are short on time. These at-home, bodyweight-only exercises will leave you with no excuses for why you can’t fit a workout in. This truly efficient workout is based on my signature Body.Fit workout created to get better results in shorter time. Each Body.Fit workout improves strength, power, agility, and balance.” – Hannah Davis, Body by Hannah
Complete all five exercises in the circuit for one minute each, resting 30 seconds between each move. Complete the entire circuit one to three times depending on your schedule.
Move 1: Strength
Slider Plank Tucks
Start in a plank position with sliders underneath your toes. At home? You can use paper plates on carpet or a hand towel on hardwood floors. Drive your knees in toward the middle of your body, and extend your legs back out. That’s one rep.
Move 2: Agility
Start by standing on your right leg. Jump to the left to land on your left leg, allowing your right leg to cross behind your left leg. Jump back over to your right leg, and allow your left leg to cross behind your right leg. Go at your own pace.
Move 3: Strength
Superman to Plank
Start on your stomach. Extend your arms out in front of you while lifting your legs off the ground for a superman. Hold for a brief pause, and then tuck your toes into the ground while you bring your hands back and place them next to your chest. Push your body up to a plank position. Slowly lower your body back down to the ground and repeat.
Move 4: Balance
Front Lunge with Knee Drive Pause
Standing on your right leg, step forward with your left leg into a lunge position. Push through your left leg to stand back tall on your right leg, and drive your left knee up high. Place your left leg on the ground and repeat the movement, this time with your right leg lunging forward.
Move 5: Power
Sumo Squat Jump with a Pulse
Take a wide squat stance, and then turn your toes out into a 45-degree angle. Lower down into a squat position, and pulse for one count before jumping as high as you can. Land softly back into a squat and repeat.