Working Out At Home

As we come to the terms of our new current reality with Covid-19 we are able to unite as a global community to help one another. Whilst we must all listen to government advice and stay at home to protect our communities, we can still look after our mental health and wellbeing. As much as we can, we must keep moving and stay active. Here at The Dan Roberts Group we have some free workout resources to share with you. So whether you want a challenge or want to work your way up to something more hardcore we have something for everyone.


A free 60 minute workout using gliding disks, using some of the moves from our 30-day MX SAHARA workout (part of Methodology X). GLIDE AWAY is a challenging total body athletic workout, helping you to burn fat, tone up & build strength.



This is a fun, challenging and educational 5-day online body-weight workout. This action-packed fitness regime is a stand-alone workout which will help you tone up, burn fat and become more athletic. Are you ready for the challenge!


At Home Circuit

If that’s not enough for you, here is a little body weight circuit from Dan to get that motivation up and to keep you moving.

Do one round if you’re rusty and up to four rounds if you train regularly.

  1. Air squat: Stand with feet hip-width apart, lower hips to floor, and return to standing, driving heels into floor. Do 1 set of 30 reps.
  2. Negative push-up: Start in a push-up position, knees on the floor if you need a modification. Lower chest until it touches the floor, then push up to starting position. Do 2 sets of 12 reps. 
  3. Alternating knee strike: Stand tall, feet shoulder-width apart. Drive left knee up and forward, leaning upper-body back about 45 degrees and driving from hips. Return to start and repeat with the other knee. Do 1 set of 50 reps.
  4. Rotating V sit: Sit on your tailbone with legs out in front of you, knees bent. Lift feet three inches off the floor, arms out in front as if you’re holding an imaginary football. Rotate your torso from side to side. Each 180-degree turn is a rep. Do 1 set of 20 reps.
  5. Standing broad jumps: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, knees bent. Jump forward, bending your knees to cushion your landing, ending in a deep squat position. Take a few steps back to the starting position and repeat. Do 1 set of 20 reps.


Stay safe, stay active and stay connected during these hard times: @teamdanroberts and @methodlogy_x