BullyJuice is a YouTube trainer that my husband follows for his strength workouts. I am actually pretty interested in some of his strength workouts after seeing my husband do them and I have added a few to my To Do list. Since we subscribe to BullyJuice’s channel, this workout popped up when he posted it. It is very different from his other postings. 30 Minute Low Impact Fat Melting Cardio Workout (5,000) Steps is a low impact cardio workout. I previewed it and it looked perfect for a recovery day, which is how I used it today. There is no jumping in this workout and no jogging though there is some fast feet. There are no complicated moves. But I did start sweating though I was never breathing hard. I almost put on my weighted vest and weighted gloves to up the intensity a little but I kept reminding myself–recovery day! Take it easy! So I did. I really enjoyed this low key cardio workout. I finished it off with Heather Robertson‘s wonderful, feel good Fusion Flow Day 4: Full Body Stretch & Flexibility. Very nice recovery day workout! I really do want to try some of BullyJuice’s other workouts. He has some body weight strength workouts and a resistance band workout that look perfect for vacations and, since I have a vacation coming up in February, I may end up doing a few. We’ll see!

This workout is set up interval-style. There is a timer in the upper left hand corner of the screen counting down the workout time. The exercises are done for 40 seconds of work followed by 20 seconds of active recovery (marching in place). When there is about 5 seconds left of an exercise or recovery BullyJuice previews the next exercise in a video in the upper right hand corner of the screen. BullyJuice marches in place during the 20 second recoveries.

30 Minute Low Impact Fat Melting Cardio Workout (5,000) Steps is 30:13 minutes; no warm up or stretch.

  1. Step out jacks
  2. Alternating knee raises (step out to side with arms reached overhead and to the side, raise back leg into a knee raise while bringing hands to knee)
  3. March in place while pushing arms overhead
  4. 2 lateral side steps + one knee raise
  5. March in place while doing alternating front punches
  6. 2 steps + one front straight leg kick, reaching opposite arm to touch toe, alternate legs when kicking
  7. March in place while punching both arms forward then pulling them back row-style
  8. March one step forward and one step back
  9. Alternating front kicks
  10. One wide lateral step + one stationary march
  11. 2 marches + one knee raise, raise arms overhead while marching and tap finger tips under thigh when raising knee, alternate legs
  12. Alternating insole/heel taps
  13. 2 marches then place hands behind head and do one cross body knee raise, bringing opposite elbow to knee, alternate legs when raising knee
  14. 2 marches + one knee raise, pause briefly when knee is raised
  15. March in place, extend arms to sides in a T then close arms, hugging them around body
  16. Step one foot forward and punch with opposite arm, alternate sides
  17. One step to the side then step back and change directions and take one step to other side
  18. Lateral shuffle 4 steps + one knee raise
  19. Step forward into a knee raise then step back, alternate legs when stepping forward
  20. High knee march, alternate reaching arms overhead
  21. Alternate tapping toes forward while doing jump rope arms
  22. 3 marches + one forward lunge, alternate legs when lunging
  23. Step out jacks to one side
  24. Repeat #23 on other side of body
  25. One march + one side leg lift
  26. Repeat #25 on other side of body
  27. Fast feet
  28. 3 lateral steps + one squat
  29. 2 lateral steps + one hamstring curl, reaching foot behind you and to the side while also reaching arms overhead and to the same side (this kind of felt like a dynamic stretching move–like a standing scorpion)
  30. 2 lateral steps + one cross back step while hinging forward and tapping stacked hands to ground (hands are stacked throughout, they raise up and down when lateral stepping)

For more info on BullyJuice workouts and other (free) streaming workouts I’ve sampled and reviewed, check out my Streaming page.



    1. I wish I knew! Unless I set a workout as a walk on my Apple Watch, it doesn’t not tell me how many steps I walked in the course of a workout. Either that or I just don’t know where to find the info but I have searched for it and I have no clue!


      1. I did it! 3322 steps. About what I thought for a walking workout 🤷🏻‍♀️

        I can’t believe of all the times I have wanted to comment on your blog this is what drew me out 😂 Thank you for everything you do! Your blog is an amazing resource and I frequently consult it before a workout.

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  1. I love Bullyjuice. He puts out some great content. I’m actually doing his 60 day challenge for the new year. Its tough especially when its push ups the entire workout! I modify the heck out of them sometimes. I was glad to see you review him! I think you’ll like his other workouts too.

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