We know times are changing. In a time where restaurants, offices, jobs and nearly everything we thought was “normal” has changed, so has our gym routine. So since we are “social distancing” here are a few workouts you can do at home to get your body tight and right.
Who knows? When this is all over, you will probably be more fit and fine than when people saw you before. Here are a few workouts add to your routine
The Walk-It-Out (Hands Edition):
This full-body move lengthens your hamstrings and calves while opening up your ankles and lower back. It also stabilizes the shoulders.
How to Do It:
Stand with legs straight and hands on the floor.
Walk your hands out. Keeping your legs straight, walk you feet back to your hands using short steps from your ankles.
Do 10 reps of this for a good sweat.
The “Excuse Me” Burpees:
Burpees are full-body, push-up-like exercise gives you all the benefits of pushups while also challenging your cardiovascular system and ratcheting up the intensity of your workout, which is especially important when you only have 15 minutes.
How to Do It:
From a standing position, squat, place you hands on the ground, and “jump” your feet out into a push-up position.
Perform a pushup and then jump your feet to your hands.
Then jump as high as you can, throwing your hands over your head. If you can get through 10 reps you will have a great heart rate and sweat.
For more of a daily workout, check out this simple workout we planned for you that helps get you lean and mean during these times.
3 sets of 10-12 reps
2. Lunges (Reverse lunge to…
a lateral lunge)
3. Single leg RDL’s (Romanian deadlifts)
5. Plank walks
7. Plank-30 seconds with both feet on the floor and 10-15 seconds of a single leg plank
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