Workout with One Piece of Equipment: Agility Line

What can a little line do? Not much, but you can do a lot with it! Don’t believe me? Try this workout, and if you don’t come away from it with sweat dripping down your face, message me to tell me you need something harder! Here’s a workout you can do anywhere, any time, and all you need is a line. 

*I am not a health or fitness professional. Please consult your doctor before starting a new workout regime.

Equipment

All you need is a line on the ground! So find an open parking lot, draw a line with chalk, go to a tennis court, or just follow the seam on a sidewalk. You’ll be surprised how a little line can help your strength, agility, and cardio health!

Once you try this and decide you want to take it to the next level, you can make this more challenging with an agility ladder!

Intervals

Do each exercise 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off, 3 times through each round. For an extra challenge, do a 45-second plank or wall sit after the third round of each set! Use a HIIT or Tabata timer so you’re not constantly watching the clock. I use the app called Interval Timer for iPhone, and it’s also available for Android!

This is the timer for this workout!

The Moves

Set 1

  • Tick Tock Lunge Jumps
  • Skier Jumps
  • 180 Squat Jumps
Repeat 3 times through.

Set 2

  • Lateral Traveler with Both Feet
  • Plank Hands
  • Hop Scotch
Repeat 3 times through.

Set 3

  • Lateral Push-ups
  • Sumo Squat-Jump Ins
  • Fast Feet In and Out
Repeat 3 times through.

Set 4

  • Lateral Traveler Single Foot
  • Plank Traveler
  • Lateral Shuffle-Knee Drive
Repeat 3 times through.

Follow Along Video

Want more like this? Check out more exercises and healthy travel tips on my Health and Wellness Page!

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Published by quickwhittravel

Hey there! I am an avid traveller and adventurer, and you're always welcome to join me! The things I love most are God, my husband Steve, and seeing new places! My favorite places include Sydney, Australia; Ise City, Japan; and Bergen, Norway--but there's always room for more favorite places!

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