26 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Lifting dumbbells and swinging kettlebells and picking up barbells is an awesome way to get your strength training on. But, if you don’t have access to that, don’t worry. Bodyweight exercises are also hella awesome. In fact, by using only what your mama gave you, you can get a great full-body strength and cardio workout. No gym or equipment required.

And this infographic shows you 26 ways to do it! All of these bodyweight exercises are fantastic if you’re working out at home, needing to squeeze in some exercise when traveling or are just out for a run or walk and want to mix things up. Try a few or all of ’em!

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And if you want some help putting them all together, check out this 15-minute workout using only bodyweight exercises!

Which bodyweight exercises are your faves? You guys know how I feel about burpees. —Jenn

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9 Comments
  1. Catherine K says:

    Fantastic article and it has really helps me lot while doing exercise at home. The image is give me more clear idea about how to do an exercise in home to get fit.

  2. Mike says:

    The great thing about bodyweight exercises is that you can do it any time and almost anywhere.

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  4. Jo says:

    Although I mostly use weights (I’m training for a powerlifting meet) there are still some exercises here which are really useful to me, especially the ones for the core. Push-ups and dips still challenge me too!

  5. Meena Jain says:

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  7. Meena Jain says:

    Great post, very informative. Have learned a lot from your site….

  8. Zama Shezi says:

    This article is so helpful as I sometimes am lazy to go to the gym so this is perfect for doing at home. I have a blog website as well where I spoke about a training app that I use that requires bodyweight.

  9. Raj Khan says:

    The most thorough and informative information I have found. Enjoyed it immensely….