Travel WODS

Who said you can't get a good workout in while you travel?


Travel WOD refers to a high intensity workout that you do while you travel for work or pleasure.  Although you don’t have to actually travel in order to do them. It is a term that was created by the Crossfit community. They usually require little to no equipment and are relatively short.




Do you ever travel and feel guilty about not getting a workout in? You feel like all your progress will diminish in one week (it actually takes a while for your fitness levels to dwindle).


These WODs are usually bodyweight, but don’t be fooled. There’s literally tons of ways you can get a heart pounding workout using nothing but your own body. Performing bodyweight workouts during your travels can also be a good thing.


You can let your central nervous system, joints and ligaments rest from all the heavy lifting you do in your normal training sessions.

7 Rounds

• 10 Push Ups
• 10 Pull Ups
• 8 Jump Squats
• 20 Bodyweight Squats

5 Rounds

• Run 200M
• 20 Push Ups
• 20 Squats

5 Rounds

• 20 Pistol Squats (10 per side)
• 5 Plyo Push Ups
• 20 Mountain Climbers


10 Rounds

• 5 Pull Ups
• 5 Push Ups
• 5 Bodyweight Squats



For the sake of convenience, most of these WODs require no additional equipment.


But maybe you get lucky and in your travels and you come across a gym that has a few basics: a barbell, some dumbbells and a few kettlebells. Or perhaps you have some of these tools in your home and you feel like working out from there.

10 Minute AMRAP

• 10 Deadlifts
• 4 Hand Stand Push Ups (or 10 regular push ups)
• 10 Knees to Elbow

10 Minute AMRAP

• 10 Squats with Dumbbells (Dumbbells on your shoulders)
• 5 Pull Ups
• 10 Jumping Lunges

12 Minute AMRAP

• 15 Kettlebell Swings
• 10 Renegade Rows with Dumbbells
• 8 Jump Squats
• 100 Jump Rope Singles
• 20 Sit Ups

12 Minute AMRAP

• 10 Step Ups (with dumbbells)
• 20 Skaters (10 hops per side)
• 15 Push Ups
• 20 Single Leg Bench Hip Thrusters (10/side)


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