15-Minute Workout For STA Students

Finding the motivation to work out right now can be difficult, but now it doesn’t have to be! Finding a short, beginner-friendly workout is the best way to get that motivation back. This routine is specially made for high school students at home who aren’t feeling too good about not being able to go to the gym or play sports with their friends. 

This workout consists of a warm-up sequence, three four-minute sets (1-minute rest in between), and a cooldown sequence.

Remember to take your time, pay attention to your form, and have fun!

Warm-up

20 seconds – Forward Arm Circles

20 seconds – Backward Arm Circles

20 seconds – Open Gates (each leg)

20 seconds – Close Gates (each leg)

20 seconds – Hip Cradle (each leg)

Complete the movements in each set for 1 minute.

Set 1 – Abs

High Plank Shoulder Taps

Situps

Russian Twists

Plank Dips

1-minute rest before starting Set 2.

Set 2 – Legs

Bulgarian Split Squats (alternating legs) OR Split Lunges (alternating legs)

Squat Jumps

Side Lunges (alternating legs)

Skater Jumps

1-minute rest before starting Set 3.

Set 3 – Arms

Pushups (normal or modified)

Mountain Climbers

High To Low Plank

Superman

Cooldown

20 seconds – Forward Arm Circles

20 seconds – Backward Arm Circles

20 seconds – Open Gates (each leg)

20 seconds – Close gates (each leg)

20 seconds – Hip cradle (each leg)

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Hey! I'm Emma, I'm a senior, and this is my first year writing for Raider Weekly. I hope you enjoy my articles!

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