Halloween Bootcamp Workout: Fry Fat Fast HIIT

Happy Halloween, my friends! I’ve got a special treat (see what I did there?) for you on this Monday–a Halloween Bootcamp Workout!

I’m not a big Halloween enthusiast. I think this is largely because I don’t eat tons of candy and am not around a ton of kids right now. IMHO, Halloween is best spent with children–they get SO excited about that free candy.

Putting Juno in a Halloween themed bandana is about as much as I celebrate!

Halloween Juno

So, whether you’re trick-or-treating with kids, passing out candy, or hitting a Halloween party, this workout is perfect to do beforehand.

Your Halloween Bootcamp Workout

My treat for you is a bodyweight halloween workout you can do absolutely anywhere.

Bodyweight workouts are possibly the most effective way [source] to improve your relative strength while also getting a cardio burn. And I’m all about improving that relative strength!  That being said, the other key benefit of incorporating bodyweight training into your routine, especially if you would otherwise skip a workout, is that you can get your sweat on anywhere. It’s all about knowing what to do with your body that turns it into the most expensive (least expensive?) piece of fitness equipment.

This workout’s structure is a little different than my other HIIT workouts, because we are playing on Halloween’s date.

Instead of working on an interval timer, we are performing two rounds of five exercises.

Round 1: 10 reps

Round 2: 31 reps

See what I did there!

If you want to do a bit more focused skill work, check out my #PushUpPower circuit to improve your push up strength.

My treat for you is a bodyweight halloween workout you can do absolutely anywhere. Bodyweight workouts are possibly the most effective way to improve your relative strength while also getting a cardio burn. And I'm all about improving that relative strength! That being said, the other key benefit of incorporating bodyweight training into your routine, especially if you would otherwise skip a workout, is that you can get your sweat on anywhere.

Keep in mind that the second round is going to be TOUGH, with three times the reps as the first round. Instead of pacing yourself, break the round into sets so you can go as hard as possible. If you’re looking for guidance of how hard to push and for form cues, join me! We can work out together below.

If you’re loving this workout, you’ll love my #PushUpPower program. It’s totally free, quick, and doesn’t require any equipment. Get your first (or best) push up in just four weeks with this awesome program.

How are you spending Halloween?

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