We all need a small amount of exercise to be fit and healthy. How we go about getting this exercise however need not be dull, nor does it need to include setting foot inside a gym. Most of these workouts can be done at home so you can easily fit it into your busy schedule. So whether you enjoy yoga, Zumba or cycling there's something here for you.
1. A traditional workout
A beginner’s full body workout for women
Article / ByNina Cherie Franklin
This workout was created by Nina Cherie a research scientist, exercise physiologist & nutritionist. It can be done at home or in the gym, and combines free-weight and callisthenic resistance exercises with cardio for a complete, full-body workout.
When You Only Have 20 Minutes: Total Body Yoga Sequence
Article / ByJenny Sugar
Start this workout with the downward facing dog, butterfly and wheel yoga poses. You can then move onto the main portion of the workout which should take no longer than 20 minutes. There are videos and photos to guide you through all the poses.
Go with the Flow: Brett Hoebel's 20-Minute Total-Body Workout
Article / ByTula Karras
This workout, created by celebrity trainer Brett Hoebel consists of just four exercises; capoeira reverse lunge and push kick, capoeira crawl, jujitsu step-through, and capoeira sit-up to half handstand. It can make you leaner, stronger and lighter in less than a month when done four times a week.
If you enjoy a bit of friendly competition with you friends and family, why not make your workout routines more fun with this game. You can create your own customised workouts, or choose from 20-, 30- or 40-minute workouts.
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