Updated: Aug 5, 2021
You really don't need a lot of equipment to do a good workout.
All you need is a box or a bench and a set of dumbbells. When jumping onto anything, please make sure it's safe and sturdy and also ensure you're wearing trainers for this workout.
This is a full body workout. I did 12 reps for each exercise and repeated the circuit three times. You can watch the video demonstration on my YouTube channel.
These are great if you're trying to master push-ups because they're not as difficult as doing them on the floor. Place your hands under your shoulders and keep your elbows tucked in so they don't flare out.
It's great to add some plyometric exercises to your workout. Box jumps work just about every muscle in the lower body and will help you to get faster and more powerful. It's a great exercise for runners.
These are much more challenging than incline and normal push-ups. They're a good exercise for anyone who's already comfortable doing push-ups and wants to get stronger.
Single-leg explosive jumps
Another great plyometric exercise, single-leg explosive jumps can really help with running. They're really good for improving strength, sprint speed, explosive coordination, reactivity and acceleration.
You can make tricep dips (also called bench dips) more challenging by adding some weight to your lap or by keeping one leg on the ground and raising the other.
As well as helping to build strength in your lower body, single-leg step-ups help to improve balance and stabilisation.
A great core exercise which won't put pressure on your spine. Having your legs on the box adds to the challenge! Try to keep your hips as still as possible while doing shoulder taps.
I hope you enjoy the workout!
Watch the full video on YouTube.