5, 10, 15, 20 Reps Conditioning Circuit

Are you still confined to home for your workouts? You are not alone! Being stuck at home can make maintaining your fitness very challenging. Not least, because you won't have access to a gym and all the equipment gyms have to offer.

The good news is that, with nothing more than a few yards of space, an interval timer, and your body weight, you can have a great workout without leaving your home.


Progressive Speed Interval Workouts to Improve your 5k Time

Finishing a 5k race is a great accomplishment for beginners and for experienced runners. Beginners can take pride in finishing a 5k while road running veterans can push themselves to test their speed.

The 5k is a very challenging distance because it requires the perfect combination of speed and endurance. While a lot of distance runners have no problems with endurance, many of them lack the speed to perform well in a 5k race. The reason a lot of endurance runners don't run a fast 5k is because they do not do enough speedwork.


Four five-minute mini circuit workouts

Working out at home doesn’t have to mean boring, repetitive workouts. In fact, with nothing more than a resistance band, somewhere to do pull-ups, and your trusty Gymboss interval timer, you have everything you need to create enjoyable, productive, and varied workouts.

Gyms? Who needs ‘em?!


The One Dumbbell Workout

Are you stuck at home with nothing more than a Gymboss timer and a single dumbbell to train with? Don’t worry, even with your very spartan gym set-up, you still have everything you need to have a great workout.

Not convinced? Give this single dumbbell and bodyweight timed circuit a try!


Timed Circuits Kettlebell Workout

Kettlebells are awesome! You can use them to build muscle, increase your strength, burn fat, and even improve your cardiovascular conditioning. They truly are incredibly versatile. But, if they have a disadvantage, it is that most exercisers only have access to one or two. Kettlebells are also fixed weights, so you have to use the same ‘bell for all your exercises.

Having just one kettlebell might seem like a disadvantage, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, combined with a Gymboss timer, one is all you need for a fast, effective, whole-body workout!