Exercise at home

Exercise at home

If you decided to commit to a better, more healthy lifestyle and you want to workout, but not by going to the gym, we will give you few examples of how you can exercise at home, so then you cannot have excuses if it's raining or is cold outside.

The program is designed to use as much muscle, which enhance metabolic activity and exercise during and after it.

1. Lie on the ball, with your face down. Feet should be in the same width as hips. With your toes touch the ground. Place your hands behind your head. Lift your body from the ball, but you make sure that your spine is straight. Hold this position briefly, and slowly return to the starting position.

2. Lie face down, rely on your toes, and put your hands under your shoulders. Slowly go down, while the elbows are at 90 degrees. Pause at the bottom, and then slowly return to the starting position. If you cannot do the whole exercise, you should rely on your knees, instead of your toes.

3. Stand up straight, put your hands on your hips. Make a big step forward, with the right foot. Then lower you left knee almost to the floor, making sure that the right knee is in line with the ankle all the time. Cast off on the right foot and return to a standing position. Repeat the exercise with left foot.

So if you don't want to start today, start tomorrow. Wake up one hour before going to work or college. It may seems hard, but if you do that, you will have the energy whole day, and it will boost your metabolism.


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