Whats your favourite type of workout?

High intensity interval training?
Low intensity steady state cardio?
Circuit training?
Crossfit?
Strength?
Bodybuilding? (hypertrophy)
Boxing?
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  • yweight2020
    yweight2020 Posts: 591 Member
    Jumping rope,
  • LoveyChar
    LoveyChar Posts: 3,966 Member
    Running outside!
  • heybales
    heybales Posts: 18,837 Member
    Endurance cardio - bike preferred pushing hard, can enjoy a run too which needs to be a tad calmer.

    Lifting - gotta be in mood, but usually enjoying it by the time it's going.
  • JintheSouth
    JintheSouth Posts: 44 Member
    Jump rope and body weight exercises
  • RunsWithBees
    RunsWithBees Posts: 1,508 Member
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  • TonyTNT91
    TonyTNT91 Posts: 7 Member
    Running, skipping, weights & endurance cardio all of which have a place in boxing :)
  • serapel
    serapel Posts: 502 Member
    Weights and kick boxing (HIIT)
  • MidlifeCrisisFitness
    MidlifeCrisisFitness Posts: 1,113 Member
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    Jump rope as well, then push-ups and dumbell exercises.
  • ladyoftherocks
    ladyoftherocks Posts: 64 Member
    Biking and pilates, although I don't have anywhere to go for pilates right now because everywhere is soooooo expensive. I've tried to do some videos but I have trouble motivating myself when I don't have a place to go and feel like I'm expected lol
  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    I do a combination of step aerobics, aerobics, HIIT, kickboxing, running, and lifting.
  • RunsWithBees
    RunsWithBees Posts: 1,508 Member
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    Jump rope as well, then push-ups and dumbell exercises.

    That smartrope looks cool! Makes me wanna try it even though I know how difficult jumprope really is :)
  • SuzanneC1l9zz
    SuzanneC1l9zz Posts: 395 Member
    I enjoy everything I do (or I wouldn't do it!) but my favourite are intervals on my stationary bike. I don't do true HIIT but it's definitely a workout and I get a good runner's high.
  • riffraff2112
    riffraff2112 Posts: 1,757 Member
    Weight training, with basic steady state cardio(lots of walking, elliptical, cycling) because it doesn't make me limp around for days after, is easy to fit into my daily life... and is good for my mental health.
  • sgt1372
    sgt1372 Posts: 3,974 Member
    I have a lot of Olypmic level lifting gear, a spin bike and a Crossfit set up at home but all I'm doing now is use my Concept2 rower to row 10k meters a day/5 days a wk for about 1 hr/day, 5 hrs/wk, which is the generally recommended level of exercise for heart health and general fitness for a person my age (70).

  • hungrycatapillar21
    hungrycatapillar21 Posts: 24 Member
    Dancing is my favourite workout but for now I have to do as I’m told .. Low intensity (trying to steady my hr) cardio 🙄

  • desertfoxcoffee
    desertfoxcoffee Posts: 46 Member
    Running outside and Muay Thai.
  • NorthCascades
    NorthCascades Posts: 10,967 Member
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  • yirara
    yirara Posts: 7,718 Member
    The one I can't currently do. I was hoping to go for a run today, but it'll be storming and pouring down all day. I guess no running.