10-Minute Home Boot Camp Circuit

10 minute bootcamp home circuit | BMF

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Get a taste of boot camp whenever and wherever you want with a 10-minute circuit from British Military Fitness

Whether you’re wanting to try before you buy, or the worst has happened and you can’t get to your nearest boot camp session, we have you covered. As one of the UK’s leaders in outdoor exercise sessions, we’ve come up with a simple, yet testing, 10-minute boot camp bodyweight circuit you can do at your convenience in the comfort of your own home.

Personally devised by British Military Fitness Head Training Tutor, Mark Wood, it’ll put every part of your body through its paces, cueing your muscles up for a strength boost and your fat stores for a kicking. All this, without the need for any equipment.

If you need any extra guidance on how to do the exercises in this routine, we have in-depth videos and step-by-steps for the faithful press-up, the classic sit-up, and the always-testing burpee.

What is it?

One of the simplest, yet most effective, fat-frying and power-producing quick workouts you can get your hands on, our 10-Minute Home Boot Camp comes in three flavours: beginner, intermediate and advanced. You do the same things in each one, but for fewer reps or shorter distances.

There are shuttle sprints involved, so – if you can find the room – mark out either 20, 30 or 40 metres (for beginner, intermediate and advanced). If you don’t have the room, sprint on the spot one second for every metre. So, if it’s three 20-metre shuttles that’s 120 metres (because you’re running out and back) so 120 seconds of on-the-spot action.

 

Beginner

10 x press-ups, sit-ups and burpees

3 x 20m shuttle sprints

Repeat the above five times with no rest

When complete, give yourself two minutes of rest and do it again

Intermediate

12 x press-ups, sit-ups and burpees

3 x 30m shuttle sprints (or 4 x 20m if you’re low on room)

Repeat the above five times with no rest

When complete, give yourself two minutes of rest and do it again

Advanced

15 x press-ups, sit-ups and burpees

3 x 40m shuttle sprints (or 6 x 20m if you’re low on room)

Repeat the above five times with no rest

When complete, give yourself two minutes of rest and do it again

 

While these are, of course, no replacement for a solid boot camp session, if you manage this a few times a week (or, better, every day) the pounds have no choice but to make themselves scarce.

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