Quick 15-Minute Workouts from 3 Top Celebrity Trainers

by Chris Miquel February 13, 2016

Quick 15-Minute Workouts from 3 Top Celebrity Trainers


  • Some of the best workouts can be done when you only have 15 minutes to work with.

Who needs to spend hours sweating it out when you can get an effective total body workout completed in 15 minutes? Maximize your time, and see better results with these 15-minute calorie torchers done by your favorite fitness celebs! Get ready to feel the burn from head to toe and get more accomplished in one workout than ever before.


1. Astrid Swan: The Countdown Workout

astrid swan

Astrid began her career as an international model at the age of 15. It was during that time, she made a choice to live a healthy lifestyle. Swan is now a celebrity trainer based in Los Angeles who has worked with Julianne Hough and Kimberly Stewart.


The Moves:

  • Burpee to Box Jump
  • Lateral Shuffle
  • Jump Lunge
  • Push-Up

The Workout:

Start by performing 10 reps of each exercise, then do 9, then 8, etc., until you perform 1 rep of each exercise, and you're done.


2. Tim Hartwig: The Quick Gym Workout

tim hardwig

Tim is certified by National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has worked with 300+ professional athletes as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, including, Sloane Stevens, Antonio Brown, and Rob Gronkowski. 


What You Will Need:

  • Kettlebell 
  • Rowing Machine

The Workout:

Complete as many rounds as possible of the circuit below in 15 minutes:
  • 500-meter Row (Aim for a time of 1:40 or faster)
  • 15 Kettlebell Swing
  • 60 seconds Rest

3. Brett Hoebel: A Total-Body Dumbbell Workout

brett hoebel

As the author and creator of the revolutionary 20 Minute Body book and DVDs, and celebrity trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser season 11, Brett Hoebel is one of the country’s most sought-after experts for fast fat-loss, nutrition and motivation.

What You Will Need:

A set of dumbbells

The Workout:

Perform each move for 60 seconds. After completing all 3 moves, rest for 60 seconds. Repeat the circuit 4 times.
  • Squat-to-Overhead Press (With Dumbbells)
  • Renegade Row (With Dumbbells)
  • Sit-Ups

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