Nobody wants to look out of place or feel out of place, hence the importance of work outs. They not only keep you in shape but they help in the wellness of your being.
More importantly, working out in the morning helps to boost your metabolism, allowing you to burn more calories for the rest of the day.
These workout routines are what every lady needs to keep her body fit and in good shape.
1. Push Up
Push Up is a compound exercise, meaning it is a multi-joint exercise that works multiple muscles. It improves the strength of the chest, as well as the triceps, shoulders, and abs.
Get down on all fours and place your hands on the floor so that they’re slightly wider than and in line with your shoulders, feet close together. Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor and then push yourself back to the starting position. Make sure to keep your hips lifted and your core braced the entire time.
The plank is simply one of the best exercises for core conditioning as it improves posture, supports a healthy back, enhances overall movement and coordination and, of course, tones your midsection.
Start to get into a pushup position, but bend your elbows and rest your weight on your forearms instead of on your hands. Your body should form a straight line from your shoulders to your ankles.
Draw your shoulder blades down and back as you lift your arms. Hold the position for 5-10 seconds and then switch arms.
Squats are a full-body fitness staple that work the hips, glutes, quads, and hamstrings, and sneakily strengthen the core.
Use an athletic stance for the squat so that your knees are slightly bent, feet are firmly planted on the ground, and toes pointed outwards slightly, which helps with stabilization. The wider you put your feet, the more it works your glutes and hamstring (back of the leg), and the easier it will be to stabilize.
Crunches help build this important endurance in the muscles of the abdomen. Muscular endurance is the ability of these fibers to work against resistance for an extended period of time.
It may be easier to rest your feet on a chair, or keep them on the floor and just bend your knees. 3. Cross your hands in front of your chest. For more advanced crunches, put your hands behind your head, but with the fingertips lightly touching the head, not clasping the head or neck.
Stretching is an important part of fitness: It can improve your range of motion, increase circulation, and calm your mind—which may help fend off injuries and illness, as well as bring on a better night’s sleep.
Sit on the floor with your legs straight.
(A) Bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet together, letting your knees drop toward the ground. Hold your shins as you inhale and stretch your chest upward.
(B) Exhale as you hinge forward from your hips (without rounding your back) and place your palms on the ground. Hold for five slow breaths.