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Your 25-Minute Lunch Break Workout

Need to fit a workout during your lunch break? Try our 25 minute full-body and bodyweight workout.

by goldsgym

During the week, your days get busy. We get that. So we’ve created a quick and efficient 25-minute lunch break workout to make sure you can squeeze in a sweat session during your busy day. And the best part? You will feel refreshed and energized when you get back to your desk!

The warmup

Inch Worm to Plank

Inch worm to plank

From a standing position, bend over as if you’re going to touch your toes but place your hands flat on the ground in front of you. (Depending on your flexibility, you may need to slightly bend your knees or place your hands a few inches away from your feet.) Slowly walk your hands forward until your body is in a plank position, hold for a couple of seconds and then slowly walk your feet forward to meet your hands, returning to the bent position.

The goal: 10 reps

The workout

Alternating Reverse Lunge

1. Alternating reverse lunges with side twist

From a standing position with feet hip width apart, begin the exercise by taking a big step straight back and then lower your back knee toward the floor until both legs form a 90 degree angle at the knee.  From here, twist your torso toward your front leg, and then back to neutral before you stand up and repeat for the opposite leg.

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off

Push Up with Single Knee Tuck

2. Push up with single knee tuck

Get in push-up position on all fours from either your knees or your toes depending on your comfort level. With hands directly below your shoulders and body straight, lower your body until your chest touches the floor while simultaneously lifting one leg up toward your arm as you lower. Press up from the floor until your arms are straight while returning your leg to the starting position before repeating for the next rep lifting the opposite leg this time.

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off

Single Leg Deadlift

3. Single leg deadlift

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, keeping a dumbbell on the floor between your legs. Choose a dumbbell weight that is challenging but doable. Squat down and lift the dumbbell off the floor with both hands. Move from the squat position to a standing position, then return to the squat and touch the dumbbell to the floor.

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off

Jumping Jacks

4. Jumping jacks

Begin standing with feet together and arms by your side. Jump up and out to the side with both feet so that your feet are now wide apart. While jumping out, raise your arms straight up and out to your side until your palms are together above your head. Jump your feet back together as you return your arms to your side and you’ve completed 1 rep.

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off

Super Planks

5. Super planks

Start in push-up position. Lower to your right forearm, then your left forearm. Return to push-up position by straightening your right arm, then your left arm. Repeat, starting with opposite arm

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off

Shoulder Taps

6. Shoulder taps

Modification to Super Planks – Shoulder Taps
From a push-up position on hands and toes, lift one arm up off of the floor and touch the opposite shoulder. Be very conscious of your movement and focus on moving only the arm, resist shifting your hips or torso to compensate when you lift your arm up.

The goal: 3 rounds of 45 seconds on 15 seconds off


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Lunch Break Full-Body Workout with Coach Tory





What started out in 1965 as a small gym in Venice Beach, California has since become the most well-known and traditional fitness company in the world – Gold’s Gym. Over the last 55 years, Gold’s Gym has developed into a global brand with over 600 locations spanning 6 continents. Bodybuilding greats such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno and Franco Columbu worked out at the original Gold’s Gym, which went on to become the most legendary gym in the world. In the fitness industry, the brand enjoys cult status and universal appeal with 96% aided brand awareness. In 2020, the RSG Group acquired Gold’s Gym and integrated the brand into its portfolio, making it the global leader in the fitness sector.

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