what you focus on you create more of
EMOM stands for "Every Minute on the Minute," and it is a fun way to mix your workouts up a bit.
The idea is that you begin each exercise at the top of each minute. When you finish the designated number of reps, you can rest until the next minute begins.
I did a 5 minute EMOM here, but you can repeat it to make a 10, 15, or even 20 minute workout. This one requires no equipment-- just your body weight. You can add some weights if you would like to make it more challenging-- I mention it when I talk about modifications for each exercise.
Don't forget to warm up before and cool down after!
About the Author
Kim is a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and group fitness instructor. She is a mom of two grown kiddos, and a former elementary school teacher. Most days, she can be found training clients, prepping food, thinking about food, or writing about food. She is also obsessed with mindset and habits. She is a 9w1 on the enneagram.