(upbeat music) – Hey everyone, this is
The 10’s Beginner Workout. Basically, over the course of
the last four or five months I’ve had a lot of people ask
me for a beginners workout. Basically a plan for someone who’s never started working out, doesn’t have a gym,
doesn’t even have weights, so just body weight stuff. And this is great for people who either just wanna start
seeing their muscles increase, you know start getting like a
little bit of some definition so you can get excited to go into the gym or for people who need to lose some fat cause you could do this as a cardio thing and lose a lot of fat over the course of a couple
months doing this consistently. So, I’m going to take you into
the first exercise right now. So the first exercise that we’re gonna start with is pushups. Now, if you have the ability to you’re gonna do full-form pushups. But if you don’t have the ability to push yourself up 10 times then you’re just going
to do it from your knees. So instead of from your toes you’re doing it from your knees. So it’s 10 pushups. All the way down. Make sure that you’re
contracting your chest. You’re feeling your triceps engaged. I like to keep my elbows flared
in, not flared in, tucked in instead of keeping them
flared out like this. About 10. I think that was eleven,
but we’re about 10. Then we’re moving on to the next exercise. So the second exercise
we’re going to do is really actually to get
your heart rate going and it’s going to be burpees. You know what these are, but
I’ll show you them anyways. Basically start standing, come
down, push your legs back, and come back up. And because this is a 10’s workout of course we’re doing ten of these. (upbeat music) Woohoo, now we’re going
on to the third exercise. Alright, so now we’re
doing a third exercise and this third exercise
is going to be focusing on your leg muscles instead of cardio. So what we are going to
do is alternating lunges. Each time you come up
on both sides is one. So you need to do ten of those. When you do these you
wanna to extend your foot as far as you can forward
and comfortably land on it. Not hard like I just did. Land with your heel, come down, push through your knee through your heel as you come back up and push back. This should be sort of,
you should feel your quads, your hamstrings and your glutes engaged because you’re pushing yourself back instead of when you’re doing
a walking lunge forward. So 10 of these. (upbeat music) And now we move on to the last
exercise of the 10’s workout. Alright, so as you can see I’m already starting to sweat a little bit (buzz) so this is pretty hard cardio for anyone, especially if you have
a little extra weight to throw around. And, you like my model pose? This last exercise is
going to be for your abs. It’s kinda a crunch but
it’s like my own style. So this is what we are going to do. 10 of these of course. Lay down flat. You’re going to bring your knees up as you bring your torso up. So it’s just like this. Your hands are extended
straight to keep your balance. Just like that. All the way up. All the way down. Keeping your shoulder
blades off of the ground, and your heels off the ground so that you’re abs are constantly engaged. We’re going to do ten of these. (upbeat music) Whew, okay, so I’m pretty
sweaty, I’m pretty worked up. My heart beat’s going pretty fast. This is a great exercise really for anyone that’s starting out,
really needs to get a base, just start doing something. This is great because you can recycle this and you can do this as much as you want. Also, if you’re ever on the
road and you can’t do anything, you know you don’t have
a gym that you can go to, you can definitely do this. Just to do a little bit of
something, some maintenance work. So you just saw the four
exercises that we did for 10 reps each. Once you’ve done each of those one time that is one interval. Basically, if you’re just starting, you haven’t done anything in
your life do one interval. But you know, kinda judge
how you feel you can handle, and then every time you
work out with this try to, try to do another interval
if you think you can. If you think you can handle
it do another interval, and work your way up until
you can do this you know 15 times no problem, because by that point you
could walk into a gym, and you know you could handle things. You’d have a little bit of musculature. You’d know a little bit
more about your body. Plus, if you’re someone
who is a little bit obese this is a great way to lose fat, kinda get some confidence in yourself, realize what you’re doing, realize how to exercise and
then you can come to a gym, and just be completely comfortable. So there you go guys! You all asked me to
make a beginner workout. I know there are a lot
of people that follow me that aren’t even into fitness you know so this is a great way to
kinda segue you guys into that. And if you have any
questions about this workout, or any questions about anything really leave them in the comments below. You know I’ll answer ’em. It may take me a few days but
I’ll definitely get there. Thank you guys for checking out the video. I appreciate all the love and support. Please leave a like and
comment if you haven’t already, and if you’re not
subscribed please do that. Team Beyond the Weak,
Lift Heavy or Die Mirin. (upbeat music)

24 thoughts on “The 10’s Beginner Workout (Body Weight Only)”

  1. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE SUPPORT ON THIS! I want to pin a comment with some answers to your questions and to help you move on from here to advance your fitness!

    Firstly, for those who are just starting to work out I created beginner's guidebook for that will help you learn some of the basics of diet and exercise and will help you move from this workout to a more advanced one, you can get that book free here: http://bit.ly/BeginnersGuidebook

    Secondly, for those that ask what protein I take (I've tried them all over 10 years of lifting), I take VivoLife raw plant protein as it is the highest quality and most easily digested protein on the market at the moment (no whey bloat or acne). There is also a greens product that provides high quality vitamins and probiotics to help your performance. You can get it by following this link and using BRIAN10 for a discount: http://bit.ly/VivoLifeBrian

    Finally, for those of you who are ready for a more advanced workout I have put together the workout I'm currently doing for free here: http://bit.ly/VeganChallenge90

    I hope this is helpful and I encourage you to keep checking out my newest videos as I show you what I am currently doing with my fitness journey!

  2. Thanks buddy . nice way to motivate people. I can do this. I stop smoking. So I'm looking forward to getting my wind back and working out more.

  3. Really like the different style of crunches, this is actually exactly what I was looking for. I used to work out all the time in high school but got lazy and am now 28, hitting a weight that I'm really not proud of at all. So the plan is about 30 minutes a day until 30 minutes is too easy. Here we go…

    edit and the first day of working out went well but holy shit… I used to easily do 100 crunches in a row and I couldn't even barely do the ten in this video. How embarrassing. I've also got a killer headache now, I think from straining so hard to do those crunches. Super unpleasant. Hopefully I can just stay motivated and force myself to do this every day though. If only I had a friend like the guy in this video, he's friendly and motivating.

  4. For a person who is really obese, What should they start to do to help start to get into a healthy life style?

  5. Hello Brian. It’s very nice to see your beginners basic tips if I understand correctly. I have one problem which is my right knee ligament is injured. It’s been 3 years i haven’t yet done the arthroscopic surgery which I’m planning to do sometimes next year. Can i do all your exercises? Please help me since I’m not doing any sports feel like already little fatty

  6. Thx man…Im jus starting I had a bad opiate addiction and finally beat it and been clean 7 months and have bulked up almost 40lbs but I haven't been working out just eating as much as I can to put weight on…i was very sickly I was 135 lbs and I'm 6ft 4…but now I'm up to 175 and starting to build muscle with ur exercise routine…sorry for the long comment but I jus found u and u gave me exactly what I needed…u seem like a cool dude and not judgemental at all…thx bud

  7. I'm starting this tomorrow morning. I've gained alot of weight these last two years from being inactive and too much junk food, can't believe I let myself go like this, tired of being tired. I'm 6' and use to weigh around 190, now 300lbs, use to be in alot better shape. At least all my bloodwork came back normal, no diabetes, cholesterol still good, now its time to get off my arse and get er done…Thank you for this video!

  8. I’m going to do this because I am in desperate need of losing weight! Question though, for optimal weight loss should I do this before or after I eat? Like if I did it first thing in the morning should it be on an empty stomach? There is so much information out there I feel so lost

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