Bodyweight 300 Workout

You can follow any of the following workout routines in order to do a Body weight 300 rep workout. This is one of the most followed Body building workout routine without equipment. 

Routine 1: 

Do the following bodyweight workout in a series. Finish all reps before proceeding onward to the next workout. 

1. PULLUPS (25 REPS) 

Hold the pull up bar with an overhand grip that is somewhat wider than shoulder width, and hang at an arm's distance. 

Pull your chest to the bar, stop, and then lower your body back to the beginning position. 

2. BODY-WEIGHT JUMP SQUAT (50 REPS) 

Place your fingers on the back of your head and force your elbows back so they're in line with your body. 

Dip your knees in planning to jump. Violently hop as high as possible. When you land, instantly squat down and bounce again. 

3. V-UP (50 REPS) 

Lie faceup on the floor with your legs and arms straight. Hold your arms straight over the top of your head. 

At first lift, your middle and legs like you're attempting to touch your toes. Lower your body back to the beginning position.

4. PUSHUPS (50 REPS) 

Get down and place your both the hands on the floor so that they're somewhat wider than or in line with your shoulders. 

Lower your body until the point that your chest touches the floor almost. Stop at the base for a moment, and after that propel yourself back to the beginning position as fast as possible.

5. 24-INCH BOX JUMPS (50 REPS) 

Stand up before a durable, secure box that is sufficiently high so you need to hop with good exertion so as to stand over it. 

Your feet have to be at least shoulder width apart. Plunge your knees. Bounce up onto the box with a delicate landing. Move down and reset your feet.

6. FLOOR WIPERS (50 REPS) 

Holding a 135-pound stacked bar over your chest, pull your feet up to the left plate, move it down to the center, and up to the right plate before putting them down in the center. That is one single rep. 

7. PULLUPS (25 REPS) 

Grasp the pull up bar with an overhand grip that is somewhat more than shoulder width, and hang at an arm's distance. 

Force your chest to the bar, stop for a sec, and after that lower your body back to the beginning position. 

Routine 2: 

1. BODY-WEIGHT ROWS (15 REPS) 

With an overhand, shoulder width hold, grab a bar that has been secured at about waist height. Hang with your arms totally straight, hands situated just above your shoulders, and foot sole touching the floor. 

Your body should be in a straight line from your lower legs to your head. Force your shoulder bones back, and keep on pulling with your arms to lift your chest to the bar. Stop for a moment, and lower your body back to the beginning position. 

2. BODY-WEIGHT SQUATS (25 REPS) 

With your feet spread shoulder-width apart, Stand up as tall as you can. Lower your body as down as possible by driving your hips back and twisting your knees. 

Stop for a moment, and then gradually propel yourself back to the beginning position. 

3. PUSHUPS (15 REPS) 

Get down and place your both the hands on the floor so that they're somewhat wider than or in line with your shoulders. 

Lower your body until the point that your chest touches the floor almost. Stop at the base for a moment, and after that propel yourself back to the beginning position as fast as possible. 

4. JUMPING JACKS (50 REPS) 

Stand with your both the feet aligned together and your hands just by your sides. While raising your arms over your head, Jump up sufficiently to spread your feet out wide. Without stopping, rapidly invert the exercise and repeat till 50 reps. 

5. MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS (20 REPS) 

Move in a pushup position with your arms totally straight. Your body should frame a straight line from your head to your lower legs. 

Without enabling your lower-back stance to change, lift your foot off the floor and gradually raise your knee toward your chest. Come back to the beginning position, and rehash with your left leg, exchanging forward and backward with every rep.

6. CLOSE-GRIP PUSHUP (10 REPS) 

Place your hands precisely under your shoulders. Lower your body, keeping your elbows tucked near your sides and follow the complete pushup mechanism.

7. BODY-WEIGHT ROWS (15 REPS) 

With the help of an overhand, hold it with a shoulder- width apart grip with the bar at about abdomen height. Hang with your arms totally straight, hands situated in front completely straight, over your shoulders, and foot sole touching the floor. 

Your body should frame a straight line from your lower legs to your head. Force your shoulder bones back, and keep on pulling with your arms to lift your chest to the bar. Stop for a moment, and lower your body back to the beginning position.

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