10 Workouts You Can Complete in 10 Minutes

Did you know that May is National Physical Fitness Month? That sounds to us like the perfect reason to get moving and embrace a fitness routine. Whether you wake up 10 minutes earlier, squeeze some moves in during commercial breaks, or get active for a portion of your lunch hour, you can definitely carve out just 10 minutes of your day to devote to physical fitness! (We’ve even included a printable calendar at the bottom of this post to help you stay on track.)

10-Minute (or less) Ab/Core Workouts

 10 Minute Abs found on the Fitbit Blog

10 Minute Weighted Core Workout from Peanut Butter Fingers

8-Minutes to Flat Abs found on Fitwirr

10-Minute (or less) Arm Workouts

10 Minute Light Weight, High Rep Arm Workout found on DanielleZeigler.com

5 Minute Tank Top Arms Workout from PopSugar

10 Minute (or less) Lower Body Workouts

5 Minutes to Leaner Legs from GetHealthyU

10 Minute Booty Lift from The Live Fit Girls

10 Minute (or Less) Full Body/Cardio Workouts

5 Minute “Do Anywhere” Workout from TODAY

10 Minute HIIT Workout from Fitness Republic

10 Minute Full Body Warm-Up from SPOTEBI

To help you stay track, we’ve created a printable calendar for you to use. CLICK HERE to download and print it out, and then customize it for each month.  Put in an X in each day’s box when you complete a workout.

Getting Fit in 10 minutes per day!

And remember, just because Physical Fitness month will come to an end does not mean your personal fitness journey should end too. Keep moving every day – your body will thank you!

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Kate Miller
Kate Miller

Kate Miller, mom of 5, is on a mission to stay fit and healthy. As HealthyWage's Community Manager, she's fortunate to be surrounded by inspiring success stories day after day. In 2012, Kate lost 50 pounds and documented most of her journey right here on the HealthyWage blog. Since then, she's had to learn the subtle intricacies of staying on track by mastering the daily ebb and flow (and parties and holidays and periods of extreme laziness) of life.

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