Workouts by Time (5-30 Minutes)





Workouts you can do in a hurry! You  don't need a long time to get in a good workout. These workouts take between 10-23 Minutes to complete one round. Short enough to fit into the busiest schedule. 

HIIT workouts have been scientifically proven to burn more fat while maintaining lean muscle mass. 


  • 30 Day Fitness Challenge Workouts


30 Day Challenge Workouts: 30 Different 15-25 Minute Workouts

Original 30 Day Challenge: 15 to 20 Minute Workouts

New 30 Day Fitness Challenge


  • Quick Challenge Workouts (5-10 Minutes: Repeat to fit the amount of time you have available)

Body Weight Lower Body Fit Challenge 

5 Minute Fitness Challenge

5 Minute Interval Cardio Mix

5 Minute Energy Booster

5 for 5 Workout

Interval Exercise Challenge: 7 to 21 Minutes

Intense 8 Minute Ab Interval

Intense 8 Minute Cardio Interval

12 Minute Thigh Thinner Workout

13 Minute Core/Ab Burn

14 Minute Lower Body Challenge Workout

Tight and Toned: Weighted Lower Body Fitness Challenge

Bombshell Butt

Bombshell Abs


  • 10 Minute Workouts:

Sweaty to Sculpted: 10 Minute HIIT

Cardio Interval: Sweat Not Tears

Lower Body: Thigh Burning, No Equipment

10 Minute Abs

Bikini Body Toning Interval

Love HIIT: 10 Minute Dumbbell Workout

10 Minute Cardio Smash HIIT

Power Yoga Sun Salutation (with Dumbbells)\

Lower Body Shaper

Sculpt Your Body

10 Move Tone Up (10-15 Minutes)

10 Minute Bombshell Body Fat Burn



  • 15 Minute Workouts:
Tighter Stronger Abs

Plyo Cardio Fat Burn

15 Minute Full Body HIIT

15 Minute Plank and Buns

15 Minute Interval Fat Burn

Full Body: Bender Boot Camp

15 Minute Core Galore

Kick It Up a Notch: 15 Minute HIIT

Shape It! 15 Minute Workout

15 Minute Dumbbell Sculpt

15 Minute Cardio HIIT

HIIT to Sweat and Burn

Interval Fat Blaster

HIIT Don't Quit! 15 Minutes

Cardio Sweat: HIIT Bodyweight

HIIT It, Sweat It, Tone It: 15 Minutes

Body Weight Interval Fat Burn

15 Minute: Body Weight HIIT

15 Minute HIIT: Home Fat Burning Cardio

Cardio: 15 Minute HIIT

15 Minute HIIT: Cardio Burn

All Around Fit with Cardio Challenge

Weighted Sweat and Sculpt

HIIT It! Full Body Workout

15 Minute Interval Fat Blaster

15 Minute Cardio HIIT-Body Weight Fat Burn

15 Minute Leg and Core Workout (weights with body weight alternatives)

15 Minute Tighter Tummy Sculpt

15 Minute HIIT

Full Body 15 Minute HIIT

15 Minute Sculpt and Tighten

15 Minute Tighter Midsection Workout

Lean and Sculpted Arms

Tight Legs, Tight Tummy (15 minutes)

Cardio Belly Fat Burner

Tight and Toned Lower Body (weights)

Full Body Fat Burn

15 Minute HIIT and Burn

Leg and Belly Blast

15 Minute Total Tummy Toning

15 Minute Cardio HIIT and Body Sculpt

Lean Muscle Fat Blaster and Jump Rope Workout


  • 15-25 Minute Workouts:

20 Minute Cardio and Core: Plank and Burn

20 Minute Fat Burn: Lower Body Challenge

20 Minute Yoga Flow and Stretch

20 Minute Full Body Sculpt

21 Minute Full Body Fat Burn

23 Minute High Intensity Interval Training

Jumping Body Toner: 25 Minute Workout

25 Minute Yoga Stretch and Recover

Burn Fat, Lose Inches, Build Lean Muscle Mass (dumbbells)-25-30 Minutes

Better Buns Jump and Burn & 10 Minute Sweat Not Tears Cardio (30 Minutes for the Combo)

30 Minutes: Legs and Glutes (Dumbbell Workout with body weight alternatives)

Belly Fat Burn and 30 Minute Yoga Flow





2 comments:

  1. sharifah farah haifa(:October 14, 2013 at 1:34 AM

    uhm which would be better to do during holidays n get amazing difference whn sch opens? the hiit workouts or the ones you did to prepare for the bikini competition? helppp?? :/

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