5 Minute Home Work Out With Andy Murphy

Local fitness expert and Urban Gym founder Andy Murphy has put together a short 5 minute workout

5 – 10 Minute Home Work Out with Andy Murphy

Local fitness expert and Urban Gym founder Andy Murphy has put together a short 5 minute workout routine that you can do from the comfort of your own home, with no extra equipment necessary.

We have devised a couple of workouts for people who maybe can’t find the time to get to a gym or find it difficult because of their busy family or work lifestyle.


Not everyone can afford 30+ minutes to work out or hit the gym 3-5 times per week… Are you short on time but want to increase your fitness level ? Or do you just find it difficult to create a workout habit due to a busy schedule? A 5 to 10-minute full-body workout is a good way to do something good for yourself and experience health benefits at the same time. ….And remember the only bad workout is the one you didn’t do

Benefits of a 5 – 10 Minute Workout:
  • Improves cardio respiratory fitness
  • Activates all major muscle groups
  • Elevates your heart rate and helps burn more calories
  • Boosts brain function


How to do the Workout:

*No equipment is required
This workout is all based around your body weight and can be modified to suit your fitness level……

  • 5 x WALK OUTS
  • 10 x PUSH UPS
  • 15 x SQUATS

If you are a beginner start by doing this workout for 5 minutes whenever you can and you will gradually be able to go for longer…. After 2 weeks try and challenge yourself by doing three 5 minute rounds with one minute rest to get a good sweat.









“Give it a go, you’ve got this!”


The exercises in the above video involve strenuous physical movement and it is your responsibility to judge your own capability to carry out such activities. You are urged to seek the advice of a medical professional before undertaking any physical exercise programme and the advice given in the above video is in no way intended as a substitute to medical advice.

As with any exercise programme, if at any point during your workout you begin to feel faint, dizzy, or have physical discomfort, you should stop immediately and consult a doctor.

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