The Reign Community asked for more challenging workouts.

Well, I’m here to deliver.

Today, I’m going to give you the Beast Mode Body Weight 500. 
Like all the Body Weight Challenges, this one is a full body workout that requires no equipment, just you and enough room to do a pushup. This means that the workout can be performed almost anywhere and with as many people as you want.

We like to utilize full body workouts because it targets bigger muscle groups that require more energy to use, meaning more calories burned.

Before the workout, I just wanted to touch on some points…


If you take your time and have no sense of urgency with this workout, it really won’t be that difficult. Remember that part of the challenge is trying to finish this workout as fast as you can. I will touch base on form later but it is also important to push the intensity and really challenge yourself.

I like to try and maintain a manageable but slightly uncomfortable pace throughout the entire workout. As you get closer to the end, take your intensity up and really sprint to the end.

Every workout is an opportunity to be better and take steps towards your goals. Bring the intensity.

Mentally Tough 

I love body weight challenges like this because they train you both physically and mentally.

Whatever you do, don’t quit. It’s not an option.

However long it takes you, push yourself to finish.

Form Is King 

Despite trying to finish the workout as quickly as possible, don’t sacrifice a fast finish time for poor form.
Training with proper form will not only help you activate and strengthen muscles but will also help prevent injury. If you’re not sure how to perform a specific exercise, take a second to checkout our exercise resource links (or click on the exercises in the workout that are linked).

Okay, here is the workout.

Beast Mode Body Weight 500 

Directions: Complete all exercises in order for the set number of reps as fast as possible with good form. Remember that you must complete the exercises in the order that they are listed and must complete all the reps for one before you proceed to the next exercise. You can also substitute any progressions/regressions for the exercises but the ones that are listed will be the standard.

***Note: No, the 10 burpees after every exercise is not a typo. You will do 100 burpees total by the end of the workout… This is the Beast Mode.

Time: We recommend you time how long it takes you to complete the workout and keep that for your records. You can use that time as a benchmark for future workouts.

Jump Squats x 25 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Pushups x 25 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Body Weight Squats x 50 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Mountain Climbers x 50 reps (each leg counts as one rep) 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Lunges Left Leg x 25 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Lunges Right Leg x 25 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
High Knees (Running/Sprints in Place) x 50 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
V sits x 50 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Jumping Jacks x 50 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 
Push to Plank x 50 reps 
     Burpees x 10 reps 


Push To Plank Demo Pic – Up and Down is 1 rep.

If you liked this workout, make sure you check out the Body Weight 300 Workout here.

Also, we would love to hear about how this workout went for you! What did you struggle with? What did you like? What was your time? Feel free to drop a line below in the comments section, post it up on the Reign Fitness Facebook Page, or even email contact me directly Albert@bereignfit.com


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