No Weights? No Problem! 16 No Equipment EMOM Workouts You Can Do at Home

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With so many of us still preferring to keep our workouts within the home right now, it can get a little bit boring. So, it's a great time to add some variety to your exercise mix. Perfectly complementing your Saturday yoga flow, and your Tuesday core workouts, EMOM routines are everything you didn't know you needed in your life. EMOM is a type of HIIT that targets fat, easily burning calories through its system of short bursts of maximum-effort, followed by short rest breaks. Standing for "every minute on the minute," EMOM means you have a minute to complete the assigned number of reps, using the remainder of the minute to rest. However, if you take the whole minute, you have to go to next exercise with no break (ah, there's always a catch . . . ). The good news is, these workouts are super-effective, and can be done at home with zero equipment. Swipe through to see our favorite EMOM at-home, no-equipment-needed workouts, and try one out for yourself.

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What Has 26 Grams of Protein?! Trader Joe's Veggie Burger

I'm just going to carry a box of these Trader Joe's Hi-Protein Veggie Burgers in my purse. That way, anytime someone asks me, "How do you get enough protein if you don't eat meat?" (for the gazillionth time), I'll just whip out these bad boys.

This veggie burger has 26 grams of protein! In one 260-calorie patty! Plus it's vegan and low in carbs - just 12 grams! One patty also offers 40 percent of your daily iron, which is the second question I get asked.

Made from pea protein and black beans, these veggie burgers are not only an easy way to get a hefty dose of protein, but they also taste great. They're not superflavorful, so you might want to add spices, sauce, or Trader Joe's vegan pesto.

How much do they cost?

For $3, you get two individually wrapped patties. That's such a steal considering the only other high-protein vegan veggie burger I've ever found, the frozen Beyond Beef Beast Burgers with 23 grams of protein, cost $5 for a two-pack.

How long do you cook them for?

You definitely need to take the time to cook these right. Baking them in the oven for 10 minutes per side is recommended, but you can also pan fry them on the stove. Both yield crispy edges, which is what you want. Otherwise, if you microwave these, you'll end up with soft mushiness that just falls apart.

Enjoy these patties traditionally on a bun, or add cut-up pieces to salads, cooked quinoa, burritos, soups, or pizza. The possibilities are endless!

Prices and products may vary by Trader Joe's location.

- Additional reporting by Haley Lyndes



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