Today we are living in a very busy world. We have so many things to do, it seems like the 24 hours a day become shorter, and shorter. By the time we reach home, we’re feeling exhausted…
Personally ,I feel that too!
But it is not a reason to give up. When it comes to doing exercises, it doesn’t need to always be an hour or more.
It could be for example a workout.
A workout doesn’t have to involve a lot of equipment nor an hour of time.
From my experience, I am sharing this exercise program that follows. It is not designed to be a complete program, but it is a worthwhile workout that you can sneak in when you just don’t have the time to visit the gym.
Let’s get started:
Exercise number one pushups.
If you’re in great shape, do 100 correctly formed pushups as quickly as possible, taking breaks as needed.
If you struggle to do one good push up, try doing them on your knees, or stand at the base of the stairs and put your hands on the stairs.
The key is to make it easy enough that you can do at least 10-20 repetitions.
Exercise number Two: Bodyweight squats.
From a standing position, squat down and stand back up. Do as many as you can and try to go all the way down until your thighs are parallel to the floor. If that’s too difficult, grab a doorframe to pull yourself back up.
Exercise Number Three: Lunges.
To lunge, you simply take a big step and then lower yourself down until your back knee just grazes the ground. This one will really help to stretch out your hips and challenge your balance.
Exercise Number Four: Jump.
Jumping is great exercise. Hop on one foot, jump on two feet, then alternate to hop on the other foot. Use a jump rope if you like. Jump for height or long jump. Jumping is good for your bones and keeps your nervous system sharp.
Exercise Number Five: Stairs.
If you have access to a multi-story building, walk up a few floors and walk back down. If you’re in decent shape, try running up the stairs. Who needs a stair machine at the gym?
Exercise Number Six: Leg raises.
Lie on the floor, lift your feet a few inches off the ground, and hold them up for as long as you can. The higher you lift your legs, the easier it will be.
If that’s still too hard, bend your knees. If the standard form is too easy, you can hang from a bar or a tree limb and lift your feet up to your hands. Find a variation that works for you.
Getting a good workout can be as simple using your body for resistance. These exercises don’t require a lot of room or any fancy equipment.
Just the pushups, bodyweight squats, and leg raises are enough to keep most folks in decent shape.
Give these exercises a try the next time you’re short on time. You’ll be pleased with the results.
Best of all, most people reading this won’t have to spend a dime to make these ideas work in their lives too.
I Hope you Enjoy it.
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