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Squats are one of the moves that can improve not only your glutes and hamstrings, but it also gives you a great contraction for your hips. Doing this daily will also boost your mobility overall.
To begin, try doing one minute of squats in day 1 and add one more minute every two or three days. This is a must-try work out for someone who spend their time working while sitting, especially in this WFH (Work-From-Home) time.
2. Plank Up
This move is great to improve your upper-body. It targets the chest, abs, shoulders, and triceps. Doing this daily will surely boost your upper-body strength.
To start: Place your forearm on the floor with the palms down and elbows beneath your shoulders. Extended your legs and push yourself up using your right hand, straightening your arm. Repeat using your left hand so that your body will be in the raised plank position. Then, put your right arm back to the floor and repeat with the left side. Continue to do this for 1 minute. Try to increase the duration daily if you can.
3. Jumping Jacks
Used frequently for punishments, this workout boost and tone up your calf muscles and the deltoids. They are overall good for your cardiovascular health.
To start, stand with your feet together and jump while spreading them and your arms upwards at the same time. Return to the starting position and continue. Do this daily for 1 or 2 minutes and increase them daily.
4. Push Up & Sit Up
The most frequently used move in every workout. Both of these movements are great for your upper body. Push up are great for your triceps and biceps. Sit Ups are good for your abdomen to tone up that abs.
For full effectiveness, do both of these 20 times a day. If you feel that you can do more you can try to add 10 more. After two or three days, add another 10.
This workout targets your lower body parts. Lunges can improve your legs, buttocks, and joints. This move, overall, can boost your body balance and coordination. However, it is important to do this in the right position for the best result.
Start with standing straight, keeping your body upright, relaxed shoulders. Put your dominant leg forward by lowering your hips and bending both of your knees in a 90 degree angle. Make sure that your knee are in line with your ankle and the other knee doesn’t touch the floor. Repeat this for 1 minute and increase the duration daily.