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Burpee Workouts: 11 of The Most Brutal Bodyweight Home Sessions

PT Alex Crockford
Special Forces
Gym Jones
Men’s Health Fitness
Burpee x 5 Every Minute1
ShiroKuma Health & Fitness
Men's Health
Men's Health UK

Bobby Maximus
Noah Ohlsen
Andrew Tracey
Andrew Tracey.“Stay calm
James McShane


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The AMRAP (as many reps/rounds as possible) workout can be done one of two ways, with the bodyweight alternative using fat-blasting burpees to kick each round off. The workout is over when you can no longer hit the burpee reps into the minute. Here's the catch: the second you start each minute, you're going to perform five burpees before continuing with your reps. It’s going to start off incredibly easily, but don’t underestimate it, those reps are going to catch up quickly,” says Men’s Health Fitness Editor Andrew Tracey.“Stay calm and controlled for as many rounds as possible, when rest time is abundant. In this burpee workout, you'll start a timer for 7 minutes and see how many burpees you can grind through before the clock hits zero. In this 15-minute burpee workout, you'll need any relatively heavy object you can find — a loaded rucksack, a large rock, a compost bag or a sandbag, for example — for 150 reps of sweaty work. Here's the deal:1A) Front-Loaded Squat: 150 reps1B) Chest-To-Floor Burpee: 5 reps every minuteIf you lack the motivation to go all-out on an AMRAP (as many rounds/reps as possible) workout, use this penalty-driven workout to gain a new mindset.

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