Looking for workouts for every fitness level, so you are never without a workout as you progress? Look no further. I’ve got 5 workouts for beginners, intermediates and advances level.

5 Workouts for Every Fitness Level | Burpees for Breakfast

5 Workouts for Every Fitness Level

Goooood Morning and Happy Friday! Hope everyone had a solid first week of the new year…can you believe it’s over already?!

Today I’m sharing 5 different workouts for every fitness level. I know many people made goals for 2017 to get back into the gym. Hopefully you have a plan already in place or you are working with a trainer. But, if you are looking for a fun workout, you’ve come to the right place.

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These workouts are broken up by fitness level. This is NOT to say that someone who falls into the Advanced category cannot do a workout in the Beginner category. Or that a Beginner cannot necessarily do a workout in the Advanced category. The organized these based on difficulty of the exercise, workout structure or piece of equipment.

For example, one of the workouts in the Advanced category uses a Steel Club. That’s not a piece of equipment most people have, but if you do, it’s likely you know how to use it properly. Additionally, the moves can be modified to use dumbbells or bodyweight.

It’s all about progressions and making sure you are doing a move and workout, that fit your fitness level. Below each workout, I’ve listed options for progressing or regressing the workout.

Disclaimer: While I am a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, I am not YOUR personal trainer or group fitness instructor. I stand behind the workouts I share on the blog. Please be mindful of the exercises and workouts you perform. Work smart and safely, and when in doubt please consult your physician. 


Get ready for a sweaty Upper Body Burpee Workout! | Burpees for Breakfast

Summer Strong Upper Body Burpee Workout

Progress: heavier weight, less rest between sets/reps \\ Regress: step back and up from burpee, go lighter weight, cut finisher

Plank workouts can make your core hurt so good. With only a few moves, this plank workout delivers in just under 10 minutes. | Burpees for Breakfast

Strong Core Quick Plank Workout

Progress: increase work (:40s or :45s) & decrease rest (:20s or :15s) \\ Regress: decrease work (:25s or :20s) & increase rest (:40s or :45s)

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Upper Body Bosu Ball Workout

Progress: Do for time, instead of reps (ex: :45s work | :20s rest) \\ Regress: Cut back to 8 – 10 reps

Ready to try this 20 Minute Stability & Bosu Ball HIIT Circuit? Two great pieces of equipment deliver a solid workout with strength and cardio moves! The best of both world's.

20 Minute Ball HIIT Workout

Progress: heavier weight, increase rounds \\ Regress: lower weight, decrease work & increase rest

Gilmore Girls Revival Workout | Burpees for Breakfast

Gilmore Girls Revival Workout

Progress: add weight to certain moves, do for time, instead of reps (ex: :45s work | :20s rest) \\ Regress: either hold bear tuck or hold plank, step back and up for burpees


This Single Arm Kettlebell Complex Pyramid Workout is perfect for a quick, but effective workout. | Burpees for Breakfast

Single Arm Kettlebell Complex Pyramid Workout

Progress: start at 10 and work down to 1, heavier bell \\ Regress: lighter bell to work form, put bell on ground between reps/sets

You are going to love this Slider Workout. Seven core moves to challenge your limit of stability and work toward building a strong core!

Paper Plate Core Slider Workout

Progress: increase work & decrease rest, increase sets \\ Regress: decrease work & increase rest, decrease sets, do without sliders

This Reverse Kettlebell Pyramid Burner is perfect for building a sculpted and sexy back for summer. | Burpees for Breakfast

Back Focused Reverse Kettlebell Pyramid Burner

Progress: increase weight, start at 14 and work down in increments of 1 \\ Regress: cut reps down, cut weight to focus on form.

Mini Resistance Band Circuit | Burpees for Breakfast

Mini Resistance Band 16 Minute Circuit

Progress: increase sets from 2 to 3 or 4, add weight \\ Regress:  do without band, decrease work & increase rest


The Husband Workout...because my husband made it up. Read the hilarious story of how this workout came about and then get ready to get your sweat on, with 5 fantastic bodyweight moves!

The Husband Workout

Progress: add weight to prisoner squat, do for time, instead of reps (ex: :45s work | :20s rest) // Regress: regular push-ups, hand plank instead of plank star, lunges instead of lunge jumps

Kettlebell Tabata Workout | Burpees for Breakfast

Kettelbell Tabata Workout

Progress: go heavier (AS LONG AS YOU MAINTAIN PROPER FORM) \\ Regress: lighter weight, do for reps instead of time (ex. 5 – 7 reps each for 3 – 4 rounds)

Looking for a few total body medicine ball exercises to add to your next workout? These power moves will get your heart pumping and muscles working. Check out the latest installment of this month's Inspired To Be Fit.

Total Body Medicine Ball Power Workout

Progress: increase sets,do for time, instead of reps (ex: :45s work | :20s rest) \\ Regress: less sets, lower reps by half, more rest between sets/exercises

prAna Spring Style is in full bloom! Choose from a variety of amazing pieces, perfect for your workout or everyday life. See my favorite item and see how I sweat it out in this brand new Man Maker Workout, in the latest installment of this month's Inspired To Be Fit.

Two Move Dumbbell Quickie Workout

Progress: increase reps, increase time to 15 or 20 min \\ Regress: cut out jumping (step back and to the side), increase rest between reps and sets


Twenty Sixteen New Equipment AMRAP

Progress: increase weight, complete 2 rounds \\ Regress: cut out steel club (could sub for dumbbell), cut back on skips

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If you want EVEN MORE workouts, checkout the brand new Workout Index on the menu bar. I’ll be organizing by type of equipment in the coming weeks!

Happy Weekend! Do you have anything big planned? I’ve got to put the finishing touches on the first couple weeks of my beta program tonight and tomorrow. I put it off all week! Sunday I teach my first free class in my new format and I’m SUPER pumped! And my online beta program starts Sunday too! Busy work weekend, but I know it will be great!

If you caught my Insta story yesterday, you know there are some fun new workouts coming to the blog this month featuring a sweeeeeeet new piece of equipment. Be on the lookout for those posts and challenges on Fridays in January!

So, tell me:

Which one of these workouts are you going to try out?!
What are your weekend plans?