Simple Workouts: 15 Minute Workouts You Can Do Anywhere

Whether you’re clicking on this post because you love fitness and are looking for yet another way to spice up your exercise routine, or if exercise has made its way to the bottom of your priority list because of a demanding schedule (…or really anyone in-between). This post is for you, all of you! By […]

Whether you’re clicking on this post because you love fitness and are looking for yet another way to spice up your exercise routine, or if exercise has made its way to the bottom of your priority list because of a demanding schedule (…or really anyone in-between). This post is for you, all of you! By taking a few minutes daily to exercise you can help your body maintain both physical and mental strength. Here at Integrated Wellness, we value the importance of investing in yourself and one of the best ways to do it is by moving your body.

Scroll below to find five– fifteen-minute– quick and effective workouts! All you need is your body and about twenty feet of space. If you’re ready for a fast blast grab your tennis shoes, a towel or yoga mat, and some water to get started! (It’s only fifteen minutes, you don’t have an excuse)!

Original Author: byrdie.com

Kayla Itsines

Kayla Itsines has taken the HIIT world by storm with her BBG – Bikini Body Guide. Always energetic and upbeat, Kayla wants her followers to truly feel good about themselves and what they can achieve so she shares their amazing transformation images on Instagram.

Christine Salus

This 15-minute workout focuses on toning your abs but you’ll still be using your whole body. Made up of 15 exercises, you’ll do each for 50 seconds with 10-second rest intervals, so it’s probably one to build up to if you’re a beginner.

Betty Rocker


If you’re really pushed for time then this energizing video is for you. Using just seven exercises and working through them all twice means that you can stop half way through without feeling like you’ve given up completely.

Fitness Blender

This video might look lo-fi, but it’s got all sorts of handy gadgets included, such as a visual countdown and guide to the next exercise, and a handy water break at the mid-point.

The Body Coach

Yes HIIT incorporates rest time, but it’s minimal. This Tabata-style training session means you’ll put in 20 seconds of exercise, take a 10-second rest and then start again.