Functional Home Workouts With Minimal Equipment

Home workout routines and programs, exercise demonstration libraries, articles, reviews, and more. Content focuses on home exercise using three basic types of functional equipment: resistance bands, suspension straps, and sandbags.

The Mode Athletics Formula

Extremely Short Workouts

Every Mode Athletics workout is 15 minutes (or less) in length. By focusing on only the most effective compound exercises, the workouts are designed for maximum time-efficiency, while still remaining highly effective at fat-burning and total-body functional fitness. You could work out longer, but why bother when 15 minutes is all you need.

Minimum Exercise Repetition

Workouts are boring when you have to repeat the same exercise over and over again too many times, therefore Mode Athletics workouts will never have you performing the same exercise more than twice per workout. This keeps the workouts interesting (or as interesting as possible) and cuts down on the boredom factor.

Zero Goofy Pointless Exercises

Typical long, boring, repetitive, and unproductive workouts tend to spend an inordinate amount of time doing pointless goofy isolation and ab-specific exercises. Mode Athletics workouts devote precisely zero time on those useless time-wasters. By focussing on the proper exercises, and eliminating the cruft, you can get better results with shorter and fewer workouts.

No Fancy Equipment Required

You don’t need to own any expensive bulky home gym equipment to perform Mode Athletics workouts. All you need is three basic types of functional training gear: a set of resistance bands, suspension straps, and one or more sandbags. That’s it. No weights, definitely no cardio machines, and absolutely no elaborate room-occupying home gym setups.

Designed Specifically For People Who Hate The Gym

If you are someone who tends to avoid exercise because you find going to the gym excruciatingly tedious and boring, then Mode Athletics workouts are specifically designed for you, with the goal of getting you to embrace a regular routine of exercise by working out significantly less, but using your time much more efficiently when you do exercise.