A full body workout you can get done in as little as 15 minutes. All you need is a set of stairs.

When you don’t even have the will to leave your dorm building, this workout is your best friend. Head to the stairwell with your roommate and try this full body stair workout. Bonus points if you can get your whole floor to join in. Click the video above to see the workout (description found below).

Time: 15 – 30 minutes

Type of Workout: HIIT, circuit training, bodyweight resistance training, plyometric

Sh*t You Need: A set of stairs

Intensity: Medium – High

Perks: Full body

The Workout:

10 right leg stair pop-up
10 left leg stair pop-up
10 stair push-up with cross knee drives 
   (10 push-ups total, 20 cross knee drives )
10 stair jump & squat
20 stair tricep dips
10 stair burpees

Complete all exercises back-to-back, resting as little as possible. After completing 1 round, rest for 1 minute. 
Repeat for a total of 3-5 rounds.

Workout contributed by Kelly Puryear (Certified Athletic Trainer & CSCS®) from University of Alabama. Check out her website & Instagram for more. 

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