A fun low impact bodyweight leg workout. This home workout is perfect for traveling because it requires little space, no jumping or equipment. It’s time to sculpt your legs, tighten your butt and strengthen your core in 10 minutes.

Bodyweight leg butt and core workout for women

What a gorgeous weekend! We sure hope you had a wonderful weekend too.

Crazy to think just a few weekends ago we were snowed in and this past weekend we were playing outside in the sun.

This beautiful weather made us all eager for spring.

Today’s workout is fun and short. You can even do it outside!

Okay let’s do this workout together!

Leg, butt and core 10 minute bodyweight workout


Grab your workout buddy and do this workout with us.

*Disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying a new workout routine. If you feel any pain or discomfort while exercising, stop.

Equipment:  none

Style of workout:  10 minute workout

Workout focus: leg and core

Set Gymboss Interval Timer to 10 minutes and see how many rounds you can complete.

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A fun low impact bodyweight leg workout for busy women and moms! Ladies it's time to sculpt your legs, tighten your butt and strengthen your core in this 10 minute workout you can do anywhere! Perfect for traveling as there is no jumping, you don't need any equipment or a lot of space.

 10minlegbuttcore (Click to download your pdf)

We love reverse lunges! It is a great exercise for developing an athletic lower body and the backward motion keeps the body in the ideal lunge position – weight on the heel with the knee above the ankle. Reverse lunges are a challenging exercise regardless of your fitness level because you are moving in a direction you don’t normally move in day-to-day life!

Planks are super tough and great for almost any situation. This versatile move is best known for working your core, but planks also engage your shoulders, back, arms, legs and glutes. Even better, planks allow you to work your core without the risk of back injury and overstressed hip flexors that come with traditional sit-ups.

We did side planks with a reach to elbow crunch. A great way to work your obliques.

Side plank crunch. Side plank reach and knee tuck.

This workout is perfect for traveling because:

Mantra for week – I try every day to be a better version of myself. 

A powerful balance we should strive for every day — the balance between happiness in the moment and action toward the best version of ourselves.

We have already talked about loving yourself while reaching for your goals. 

We have a vision of the best version of ourselves. We know that inner and outer change and transformation will happen to us whether or not we define how that will happen.

Don’t spend too much time longing for something to happen. Make sure you still enjoy the present moment. Like we always say,”Love yourself now as you work towards what you want. Enjoy the journey!” 

Thanks for working out with us today.  

We hope you enjoyed it!

See you in the next workout.

xoxo

Lori and Michelle

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2 thoughts on “10 minute low impact leg butt core workout. No equipment needed.

  1. Love the low impact workouts:)

    Posted on February 1, 2016 at 4:09 pm
    1. yay Aubrey, we do too. It’s always a nice change from our jumping based ones 😉

      Posted on February 1, 2016 at 8:05 pm