Having a home workout routine can be a great time saver and added convenience in a busy life. Often without the comfort of a gym, many can feel unsure of the results they’ll achieve from their efforts.

With time being more valuable now than ever, I wanted to put this article together. It provides several at home workout routines for women that you can follow and achieve results with.

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3 Days A Week At Home Women’s Workout #1

Click here to download a printable PDF of this workout.

This is a great home workout routine that you can easily fit into your schedule. You want to get a rest day in between each workout.

Find a schedule that works for you. If Monday, Wednesday, and  Friday work for you that’d give you the weekend off! If not try Tuesday, Thursday , Saturday, or whatever combination that would fit your schedule.

Just make sure to stay consistent and get 1 day off in between and two days off after workout #3.

Day 1
Exercise Sets Reps
Bodyweight Squat 3 10
Rear Bodyweight Lunge 3 10
Single Leg Dumbbell Deadlift 3 6 Each
Push Up 3 6-10
Resistance Band Lat Pull Down 3 10
Dumbbell Row 3 10
Plank 3 30 Secs
Day 2
Exercise Sets Reps
Resistance Band Deadlift 3 10
Dumbbell Goblet Squat 3 10
Glute Bridge 3 12
Donkey Kicks 3 12 Each
Resistance Band Row 3 10
Dumbbell Shoulder Press 3 8-10
Ab Crunch 3 15
Day 3
Exercise Sets Reps
Push Up 3 6-10
Dumbbell Lateral Raise 3 10
Resistance Band Pull Down 3 10
Dumbbell Row 3 10
Bodyweight Squat 3 10
Glute Bridge 3 15
Side Planks 3 30 Secs Each

3 Days A Week At Home Women’s Workout #2

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The next set of home workout routines for women is going to be two circuit training programs. Circuit training is great conditioning for your body. It’s excellent for strength building and adding muscular endurance.

There is two circuit training options for you to try. This program should be done 3 days a week as well. The first program is designed for beginners to intermediate, The second is for intermediate to advanced.

Circuit #1
Exercise Sets Reps
1. Bodyweight Squats 3-6 10-15
2. Pushups 3-6 10-15
3. Bodyweight Lunge 3-6 10-15
4. Chin Up or Resistance Band Pulldown 3-6 10-15
5. Glute Kick Back 3-6 10-15
6. Tricep Bench Dip 3-6 10-15
Circuit 2 (More Advanced)
Exercise Sets Reps
1. Bodyweight Squat Jumps 3-6 10-15
2. 1 Leg Pushups 3-6 10-15
3. Jumping Lunge 3-6 10-15
4. Pull Up 3-6 10-15
5. Burpees 3-6 10-15
6. Glute Bridge or “Frog Pumps” 3-6 10-15
7. Lying Back Extensions 3-6 10-15

Minimum rest should be taken between each set and workout. With circuit training you want to get the heart rate up to get the most benefit from the routine.


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4 Days A Week At Home Women’s Kettlebell Workout

Click here to download a printable PDF of this workout.

I absolutely love kettlebell workouts. Kettlebells offer a dynamic workout that improves strength, cardio, and provides a broad range of benefits. The motion required for many kettlebell routines activate accessory muscles to assist the target area. Great for functional strength and body toning.

Kettlebells are also great for home workout routines because minimal space is required to perform the routines. They don’t require much space for storage either, making them a perfect piece of equipment for a home workout.

Below is a 4 day kettlebell workout routine which is broken down into two upper and two lower body routines.  You can perform this routine by exercising every other day, alternating between upper body and lower body.

You can also accomplish this program by exercising two days in a row with a rest day in between, then two days of rest after completion. If you followed this schedule it would look like this.

Day  Exercise
Monday Lower Body Workout #1
Tuesday Upper Body Workout #1
Wednesday Rest
Thursday Lower Body Workout #2
Friday Upper Body Workout #2
Saturday Rest
Sunday Rest

 

 

Lower Body Kettlebell Workout

Exercise Sets Reps
Kettlebell Sumo Deadlift 3 15
Goblet Squat 3 15
Kettlebell RDL 3 12
Kettlebell Reverse Lunge 3 10 Each
Kettlebell Swing 3 15

Upper Body Kettlebell Workout

Exercise Sets Reps
Kettlebell Shoulder Press 3 10
Kettlebell Side Raise 3 12
Kettlebell Chest Press 3 10
Kettlebell Row 3 12
Kettlebell Renegade Row 3 12

Lower Body Kettlebell Workout

Exercise Sets Reps
Kettlebell Single Leg Deadlift 3 15
Kettlebell Squat 3 15
Kettlebell Walking Lunge Pass 3 10 Each
Kettlebell Swing 3 15
Kettlebell Step Up 3 10 Each

Upper Body Kettlebell Workout

Exercise Sets Reps
Kettlebell Deficit Push Up 3 15
Kettlebell Halo 3 8 Each
Kettlebell High Pull 3 10
Kettlebell Row 3 12
Kettlebell Renegade Row 3 15

Hopefully you enjoy these home workout routines women can use. I’d recommend staying with each program 4-6 weeks before switching to achieve the best results. Remember to stay consistent and enjoy!

 

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10 Comments

    1. This is fantastic, and great timing as many of us have to improvise our workout plans given the state of our world.
      For me personally I find I tend to get more motivated by participating in classes at the gym, having an instructor making me accountable and pushing me to keep going seems to work well for me.
      Super cool that you provided a workout routine plan too, I’m gonna download it and check it out.

      Great Post!

      1. Thank you for commenting Tracy.
        I spent many years working within a health club and I know many people are in love with their fitness classes. There are plenty of group fitness instruction you can find online or in DVD but that can’t replace the comradery and family dynamic people find in their groups. Hopefully you find a home workout routine in this article you enjoy, take care!

  1. Thanks for this well written and informative post! Since we are all (hopefully) staying home, and have more time to devote to ourselves, this is very timely. I’ll have to start out slow, but I think I’ll be able to do these exercises.

    And the videos are so helpful. Thank you!

  2. Thanks for the free pdf. I’ve just bought some kettlebells and was looking for a poster to put up in my garage so my wife can follow along to something.

    She’s a bit of a technophobe so she will love the 4 days a week at home women’s kettlebell workout

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