Welcome to the 15min CrossFit Bodyweight Workout to Boost Conditioning.
How often are you implementing bodyweight workouts in your training routine?
For me, bodyweight sessions are a regular thing, doesn’t matter if it’s during a workout or just to get my body moving after a few hours sitting at my desk.
If you think bodyweight workouts can be “limiting”, you need to take a look at this article which gives you a variety of 56 movements (including movement demonstrations) you can do with your own body.
Before we jump in the workout, first thing’s first – never skip your warm-up!
It’s just as important as your actual workout.
I could go on and keep rambling about the importance of warming up but I already did that in a different post.
If you have a little more time, give this extensive warm-up a try:
15min CrossFit Bodyweight Workout to Boost Conditioning
(Click on the links for movement demonstration)
How to approach it?
The approach for this session will greatly depend on what your weakest of the three movements is.
For many of us, it’s going to be the pull-ups.
If you have them, go ahead and do them from the beginning but be careful not to blow out in the first minutes.
My suggestion would be to break the 5 reps into two sets of 3 and 2 reps to make sure you can keep going for the entire 15 minutes.
If you are struggling with pull-up, scale the movement down to either inverted rows or dumbbell rows. Both are great exercises that keep the intended stimulus for this workout.
The same strategy applies to push-ups and air squats in case you are struggling with them.
After an intense workout like that make sure to have a proper cool-down to avoid injuries & give your body the time to recover:
If you enjoyed this Crossfit kettlebell complex workout, you should definitely browse through some of the following and bookmark them for later: