How many times have you said that you don’t have enough time to work out? If you’re like most non-exercisers, you say it all the time. But if you’re serious about reaching and maintaining your goal weight, you need to find time to exercise. But here’s the good news: You only need 15 minutes each day. We are sure that even the busiest people can find time for such a set.
How To Do It Right
- Before beginning your training, do a 5-minute warm-up: some squats, arm and leg swings, body rotations and bends, as well as neck and knee warm-ups.
- Set a timer for 15 minutes. Do all the exercises one after another, only stopping to rest if you really need it. Repeat the set as many times as you can manage in 15 minutes.
- Repeat the training set every two days, and try to increase the number of reps.
- Raise the time of the training to 20 minutes after 3 weeks.
1. Sumo Jump Squats
Set your legs wide apart with your toes outward. Pull your hips back a bit, and squat until your knees are bent at a right angle. Strain your buttocks, jump straight up, and land softly. Repeat 12 times.
2. Push-Up With A Raised Hand
Take up the plank position with your legs, back, and neck forming a straight line. Your leg and stomach muscles should be strained. Breathing in, bend your elbows to form right angles, and go down. Breathing out, push yourself up and touch your shoulder with the opposite hand. Repeat 12 times changing hands. You can also do this propped on your knees.
3. Jump Plank
Take up the plank position with your legs, back, and neck forming a straight line, and your leg and stomach muscles strained. Pull your feet to your hands in a jump, then jump up, straightening your arms up as well. Return to the sitting prop position, and jump back to the initial one. Repeat 12 times.