Travel-Friendly, 15-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout with adidas

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This travel-friendly, 15-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout can be done anytime, anywhere!

15-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout

If you’re anything like me, your summer weekends are jam-packed with road trips, travel, and adventure. 

Whether it’s an hour trip to the lake house, or a 4-hour flight to California for one of my husbands beach volleyball tournaments; it’s easy to let travel derail your fitness routine.

Enter this 15 or 30-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout that can be done wherever your summer adventures take you.

And because I’m passionate about fitting fitness into your daily life, I’ve teamed up with adidas to share 5 tips to stay active while traveling. One of which includes packing a mini resistance band so you can do this 15-Minute Mini Band HIIT Workout.

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Whether you’re working out lakeside at the cabin, or in your hotel room — this total body resistance band HIIT workout is a quick and effective way to stay on track with your fitness routine. 

I’m using a medium-strength resistance band in this video, which is usually the band I travel with. But I like to have a variety resistance bands, from light to heavy, at home. If you’re in the market for a mini-loop resistance band, this 5-pack on Amazon is under $10! 

The Workout: 15-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout

This 15 or 30-Minute Mini Resistance Band HIIT Workout is composed of three circuits. Each circuit includes resistance band strength training and HIIT cardio exercises. All you need is a mini loop resistance band to complete this workout.

Perform the number of repetitions listed next to each exercise below in Circuit One, AMRAP {as many rounds as possible} in 5 minutes. Repeat this format for circuits two and three.

Complete one round of this workout for a 15-minute, total body workout; or complete two rounds for a 30-minute workout.

Circuit 1:

  1. Bear Crawl Straight Arm Tricep Taps {12 reps}
  2. Curl + Press + Reverse Lunge  {12 reps, 6 per leg}
  3. 2 Squat Steps + Burpee {10 reps}

Repeat x 5 minutes

Circuit 2:

  1. Squat + Donkey Kick {12 reps, 6 per leg}
  2. 2 Squat Steps + 2 Jacks {10 reps}

Repeat x 5 minutes

Circuit 3:

  1. Hip Hinge + Row {right, 6 reps}
  2. 3-Count Mountain Climbers {no band, 10 reps}
  3. Hip Hinge + Row {left, 6 reps}

Repeat x 5 minutes

Bear Crawl Straight Arm Tricep Taps

Bear Crawl Resistance Band Tricep Tap

Curl + Press + Reverse Lunge

Resistance Band Curl + Press + Reverse Lunge

2 Squat Steps + Burpee

Resistance Band Burpee

Squat + Donkey Kick

Resistance Band Squat

2 Squat Steps + 2 Jacks

Resistance Band Jumping Jacks

Hip Hinge + Row – Right

Resistance Band Hip Hinge and Row

3-Count Mountain Climbers {no band}

3 Count Mountain Climbers

Hip Hinge + Row – Left

Resistance Band Hip Hinge and Row

5 Ways to Stay Active While Traveling

  1. Pack a mini-loop resistance band in your suitcase. This lightweight, travel-friendly, mini band easily intensifies bodyweight workouts. Therefore, all you need is 15-minutes for a good burn!
  2. Pack your favorite sneakers. Pack a versatile pair of training shoes that double as the perfect accessory to your athleisure travel wear. For me, it’s these Adidas Crazy Train It Sneakers.
  3. Walk to everything you can. Use those sneakers you packed to get an authentic feel of the place you’re visiting! Walk to and from your activities and meals.
  4. Make a coffee run. Literally run to get your daily cup of joe. There’s nothing better than starting your day with some fresh air, movement and coffee. So find a local coffee spot, lace up your sneakers, and start your day with a coffee run.
  5. Schedule at least one fun group activity. From hikes to pedal pubs and paddle boards there’s usually always an activity service available to help you actively explore the local scene; getting your entire travel group active.

Wearing adidas

Adidas Women's Outfit

This is a sponsored post in partnership with adidas. All words and opinions are my own; thank you for supporting Nourish Move Love, making the content you see on this blog possible

And this post does include affiliate links to mini resistance bands. I do make a small commission for products purchased using these links. Thank you for supporting Nourish Move Love, making the content you see on this blog possible.

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