A sedentary lifestyle, constant stress, and a less than perfect diet: none of this does your body any good. Burpees, squats, plank, dumbbell push, bridge and Y to T raises are there to help you. If you’re really looking for a way to improve your health, you need to exercise at 80% of your maximum heart rate for at least 30 minutes a day, 3 to 4 times a week. Don’t underestimate the power of walking either. Yoga can also change your whole perspective on life, body, and mind.
Dumbbell push 4:54
Y to T raises 7:59
Bonus: helpful advice 9:47
-Lower your body into a squat and place your hands on the floor in front of you. Then, kick your feet back behind you so that you end up in a push-up position. Once you’ve done that, bring your feet back under you into a squat, and jump up as high as you can.
-Bend your knees and sit back, kind of like you’re sitting in an imaginary chair. As you’re doing that, extend your arms straight out in front of you to help keep your balance.
-Get down on the floor, place your hands directly under your shoulders, plant your toes firmly on the ground, and squeeze those glutes to stabilize your body.
-Lift the dumbbells over your head until your elbows are locked. From this position, lower the dumbbells out the sides at shoulder-level and then, lift them up again.
-Lean your torso slightly forward and bend your knees a bit. Then, raise your arms up so that your body forms the letter Y. From this position, lower your arms out to the sides and make the letter T.
-Make an elliptical your new best friend if you want to have a toned and gorgeous body. Remember walking is the simplest, most affordable exercise anyone can do. And finally, start doing yoga.
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