How to Set A Strength Training Exercise Routine

How to Set A Strength Training Exercise Routine

People tend to think strength workouts can't be done without weights and personal trainer who will guide your training in order to prevent injuries. These people are right, but only if they haven't heard about no-weights workouts.

Where there's a will, there's a way... and if you didn't know a way, here it is - workouts with your personal weight that can be done in the comfort of your home.

So let's start with the basics. What is a strength training? This is an exercise you can complete in one go with 6-15 repetitions. (You can always choose whatever number of reps you like and adjust the load accordingly.)But in any case, an exercise you can easily perform 20-30 times in a row cannot be considered a strength workout.

In this video you will find 4 examples of a strength exercise without weights for all  muscle groups.

  1. Single-leg hip raise. Muscles involved: glutes, hamstrings.
  2. Burpee with push up. Muscles involved: all muscles of your body. Do them quickly with intensity, and you’ll get an even bigger calorie-burning effect that will last all day long.
  3. Bodyweight split squat. Muscles involved:hamstrings, glutes, and back.
  4. Plank (60 sec). Muscles involved: all muscles of your body.



No more excuses! Turn on your TREBLAB speakers or your wireless TREBLAB earbuds and enjoy your workouts—while creating a better and healthier version of yourself.

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  • dann bunn on

    what are the advantages of purchasing the xr 800 over the xr 700?

  • dann bunn on

    are the xr 800s superior in any way to the xr700s? I prefer the flexible ear loops on the 700s. For what reason were the 800s created over the 700s? Are there any advantages?

  • pat on

    How about some moves when you are old and your knees do not allow for jumping deep knee bends!