30-Minute Workouts You Must Try

With the school year rapidly coming to a close, it can be hard to fit in an exercise routine. You spend a lot of your time in the library and eat whatever is fast. It’s easy to skip working out because you feel like you can’t afford to take any time off from studying to hit the gym.

Lucky for all the exhausted college students out there, there are many exercise routines that can take just 30 minutes. You can burn calories quickly and get back to studying.

1. Treadmill Interval Workout


Thanks to this article found on Popsugar, they broke down an interval schedule for us to use on the treadmill. They even broke it down by speed and incline. This program will be sure to incorporate cardio to burn calories while toning the glutes at the same time.

2. Upper Body Dumbbell Workout1b298c0ac052011075707e9f10854679.jpg

If you are wanting to use dumbbells to tone your upper body, this one is for you. This article even gives a more thorough description of the exercises and a suggested Spotify playlist, so be sure to check it out!

3. 30 Minute Bootcamp


This 30 minute bootcamp routine is broken down into one minute intervals. Push yourself during this half hour and you’re sure to see results!

4. 30 Minute Yoga


Attention everyone who loves yoga! This one is for you. This incorporates several different yoga positions to hold for 30 seconds at a time. You’ll have to repeat them to use the whole 30 minutes and for maximum results. To get the workout, click here.

5. Spell Your Name


This workout is just a little combination of everything. It can be done quickly, but is still challenging.

6. No-Equipment Workout


If you can’t make it to the gym but still want to exercise from the comfort of your own home, this one is for you. These exercises are sure to tone your body without the hassle of equipment.

I hope that you all decide to give these a try! Good luck!


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