The Body Sculpting Home Workout
Legs, arms, core…etc. simple home workouts that hit the entire body is what living an active lifestyle is all about. Check out this body sculpting home workout that you can do anywhere!
Simple moves for a quick, effective workout
This body sculpting home workout from the pro Jessica Arber is a great way to burn calories and build muscle. Be sure to be cleared by your physician before beginning any exercise plan.
Run through this group of exercise for 3 sets at a high intensity!
Muscles worked: Quads, glutes & hamstrings
Begin with your right foot up on an elevated surface (chair is perfect!) and the other on the ground. Push up through right heel until you are lifted onto surface while driving knee towards chest.
Slowly and controlled lower your left leg down to the starting position. Repeat with other leg.
Perform for 12 reps on each leg.
Squat, curl to press
Muscles worked: Quads, glutes, hamstrings, biceps & shoulders
Position your feet about hip width apart. Lower into a squat by sitting back with your hips while making sure your knees don’t go past your toes. Then push back up through the heels to a standing position, curl the weights up, and press over your head.
Slowly return back to the starting position by lowering the weights back down to shoulder height, and extending your arms back down so the weights end up back at hip level.
Perform for 12 reps.
Low plank to high plank
Muscles worked: Chest, arms & abs
Start in a low plank position with your forearms on the ground, back flat and abs tight. Lift one arm off the ground and place hand below shoulder, then do the same with the other one as you extend both arms up to high plank position.
Slowly lower yourself back down with one arm, then the next.
Perform for 10 reps on each arm.
Knee Pull Ins:
Muscles worked: abs
Start by lying flat on our back with arms and legs extended. Engage your abs and simultaneously drive your knees to your chest while coming up to a sitting position.
Balance for a second, then slowly lower upper and lower body down towards the ground to starting position.
Perform for 12 reps.
It doesn’t take an incredibly long, complicated workout to get serious results.
Don’t forget it’s all about intensity and pushing yourself hard the entire time. Let’s get started!