At Home Crossfit Workouts – The Ultimate Guide
Do you work from home? Are you trying to find some at home crossfit workouts you can do at home on your lunch break, or first thing in the morning? We are going to give you some great resources, workouts, and structure to follow so you can maximize the time you do have!
We will cover:
- Beginner at home crossfit workouts you can do
- Expose you to one of best at home crossfit workout plans
- Get you fired up to workout at home!
At Home Crossfit Workouts For Beginners
The workouts, the community, the lifestyle, the high intensity interval training is something that can help you improve your health and wellness. See Jay Peterson and his wife’s health and wellness journey in their 50’s here or a young military man here. They both came to us with the desire to succeed but they weren’t sure where to start.
Here are two crossfit workouts for beginners pulled from our K2 Executive Program:
10 Minute AMRAP (As many reps or rounds as possible)
Make sure to take the time to master the form on the kettlebell swing first.
12 Minute EMOM (Every minute on the minute)
Begin a running clock and perform 10 bodyweight squats, on the next minute perform 10 lunges, on the next minute 10 elevated push ups, etc. The “emom” acts as a coach telling you to go every minute.
- 10 x Bodyweight Squat
- 10 x Elevated Push Up
Both of the crossfit workouts can be done from home and with just a pair of dumbbells. Master the basics first
At Home Crossfit Workouts With No Equipment
Just because you don’t have any equipment doesn’t mean you have to do just push ups and sit ups. You can strengthen your shoulders, your legs, improve your cardio with following a hiit workout that is made for limited equipment. Both of our training programs offer K2 HIIT and that’s where we are pulling these two workouts from:
Every 10 minutes x 3 sets
- Cardio x 5 Minutes No equipment cardio options
- 20 x Plank To Push Up
Every 8 Minutes x 3 sets
- Cardio x 2 Minutes No equipment cardio options
- 45 seconds x Pike Push Up
- Rest x 20 second
- Cardio x 2 Minutes (Row if possible)
Ab Workout From Home
Three sets of:
- 20 seconds x Tuck Hold On Hand
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At Home Workout Crossfit Plan
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How To Do Crossfit Workout At Home
You don’t have to always have a barbell to do crossfit. Movement itself is the medicine and that’s all we want for you. We want you to get out and move. Technically one of the hardest crossfit workouts of the year can be done from home.
If you have a pair of dumbbells, maybe a kettlebell, a jump rope you can rock and roll. Even if you don’t have a jump rope, you here are ten options to do cardio without equipment.
Men and women who travel a lot and stay in hotels frequently, or who live in a condo/ apartment complex often don’t have access to a lot of equipment. That’s why we created our K2 Executive program and you can join now for $1.
What Equipment Do I Need To Crossfit At Home
Let’s start with what you need to crush workouts at home:
A Pair Of Dumbbells.
Men: 35-50 lbs
Women: 15-30 lbs
Dumbells Can Be Used For Several Exercises:
The L Sit Press is one of my favorite shoulder exercises and a progression to the handstand push up.
The DB Power Clean is one of my favorite dynamic movements that is a form of the barbell clean and jerk.
The death march is one of my favorite exercises to strengthen hamstrings and a great alternative to the good morning.
The Renegade Row is one of my favorite exercises that will strengthen your abs, arms, back and will help you build a foundation to get your first pull up.
Kettlebells Can Be Used For:
The kettlebell swing is great for your hamstrings, your glutes, and exercise that everyone needs to have in their back pocket.
The Goblet squat is where everyone starts when learning how to squat and one of the five exercises you need to be doing for a killer legs workout.
The Kettlebell Snatch is a challenging movement because it takes precision. If you haven’t tried this one yet, watch the video below and master it with one arm first.
Something most people haven’t touched since they were in grade school that needs to be used a lot more. It’s great for your shoulders, calves, coordination and fun!
Master the single under first:
Then the dreaded double under. If you want to get better at these take the time to watch the video below and master the step by step guide so you can become efficient!
Pull Up Bar
A pull up bar is an ESSENTIAL part of any good training program. We need to “pull” more in our workouts. Most people only train what they can see. Chest, abs, arms, push ups, etc.
You want a training program that has an equal balance of squat, hinge, push and honestly pull about twice as much. You can do so many things from the pull up bar, here are a few of my favorites:
Strict pull ups are challenging and if you aren’t able to do them try this free pull up training plan that we created for Katie.
Hanging leg raises are a great way to strengthen your abs and a great stepping stone to master the toes to bar.
Best At Home Crossfit Workouts With Dumbbells
The best workouts are attached to a training program. What I mean by that is doing random crossfit workouts is only going to get you so far. It’s best to follow a training program that is created and designed based on the equipment you have available.
Here are a few of my favorite crossfit workouts with dumbbells only though:
Warm Up With Dumbbells:
Two sets of:
- DB Overhead Reverse Lunge x 10
- DB Front Rack Carry x 20 Yards
Workout With Dumbbells only
Every 8 Minutes x 4 sets
- Run x 400 meters
- Bike x 20/10 calories
- 20 x Weighted Lunge
At Home Crossfit Partner Workouts
These two workouts are pulled directly from our K2 Fitness Program. Which of the two is your favorite, are you more of a 5 minute sprint athlete or do you like the 30 minute amrap?
Partner Workout 1:
PaIn teams of two:
Entire workout is to be completed synchronized
5 AMRAP* As many rounds or reps as possible of:
Push Press weight:
Men – 95/85/75
Women – 75/65/55 lbs
Rest until the clock 8:00 then complete:
Rest until the clock hits 15:00 then complete:
- 16 x Push Up
Partner Workout 2:
In teams of two:
30 Minute AMRAP*
*One partner completes as many rounds as possible of 5 + 10 + 15 while the other runs x 400 meters.
At Home Crossfit Workout App
We are in development right now of creating an app that you can allow you to click and just follow along with the workout. Be sure to subscribe and stay tuned!
Our app will ask you a series of questions:
- What are your goals
- What equipment do you have available
- How much time do you have to workout
Then we will guide you through a tailored workout program for you!
We gave you all of our best resources on how to do crossfit at home. We hope you are inspired and ready to crush it!
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