A Quick, Full Body Workout You Can Do Anywhere!
Staying motivated to workout is really all about getting in the groove by having plenty of alternative workouts that keep you engaged – a.k.a. interested. This complete workout – designed by the popular Dempsey Marks – makes for a quick way to get in a great workout, wherever you are! Got to love at-home workouts!
At-Home, Full Body Workout:
Plank to Downward Facing Dog
Targets: Shoulders, Arms, Abs, Back
Begin in a high plank, with your shoulders stacked above your wrists. Make sure your feet are shoulder width distance apart. Engage your core and keep your spine straight. Hold high plank for 5 breaths.
Press into your palms and send your hips up and back into Downward Facing Dog. Spread your palms wide and pull your shoulders away from your ears. Hold Downward Facing Dog for 5 breaths before returning to high plank. Repeat 5-10 times.
Lateral Lunge to Curtsy Lunge
Targets: Legs & Butt
Begin standing with your feet shoulder width apart. Step your right foot to the right and squat down, keeping your left leg straight. Pause for a second and push through your right foot, lunging back diagonally and crossing it behind your left leg. This is one rep. Complete 10 reps on each side.
Side Plank Leg Lift
Targets: Abs, Obliques, Shoulders, Arms, Back
Begin in a straight-arm side plank on your right side. Stack your right shoulder above your right wrist. Your body should be a straight line from the crown of your head to your toes.
Keeping your core engaged, lift your left leg up. Don’t allow your hips to sag towards the ground. Pause for a second and return to the starting position. Complete 8 reps on each side.
Glute Bridge March
Targets: Butt, Core, Legs, Back
Begin lying on your back with your knees bent, arms by your side, and your feet flat.
Press into your feet and lift your hips up until your body forms a straight line from your knees to your shoulders.
Engage your core. Lift and straighten your right leg, keeping your knees and thighs aligned. Pause for a second and lower your right foot to the ground. Repeat on the other side, keeping your hips lifted the entire time. Complete 10 reps per side.
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