Summer Body

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One moment it’s Spring and with a blink of an eye tadaaah! We are heading to Summer. The term itself evokes good memories in life – when you’re kid you will solely remember summer as no school and you get to roam around with your friends whole day, a carefree life it is. Now that you’re an adult, though you are require to work, pretty sure you look forward on those planned summer vacations you have in your mind since winter. Summer really give memories that is warm and alive. And our favorite? The one that we really look forward to every summer? Beach! Yaay! You can finally wear that board shorts or bikini you’ve been keeping for so long. But wait! How prepared are you for this upcoming summer? Are you all ready to flaunt that #summerbodygoals you’ve been working on? If not, worry no more! We still have time to catch up. And the good thing about it is that you can have it done in 20 minutes. Yesss!!! 20 minutes! Working at home? Busy parent? Or running plenty errands per day? Access to gym may not be feasible right now because of the restrictions and social distancing that is being strictly implemented but enough with that excuses.

Every Body is a Beach Body

“Make the most out of your staying at home with this 20 Minute beach body Work out”

High Knees

From standing, bend and raise your right knee in the air, clasping it with both hands and pulling it to your chest before releasing.

Jumping Jacks

Jumping jacks balanced out your heart rate and increases blood circulation all over the body. Do jumping jacks for about a minute and then another 15 seconds rest. Repeat the process two times.
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Skip Rope

The calorie cooker, according to Science daily, a 10 minute skipping rope is equivalent to an 8-minute mile run. For your 1st Cardio routine, do this skip rope for about a minute and then followed by a 15 second rest before proceeding to the next step.

20 min work out

Follow this work out plan and do it 3 to 4 times a week to get that results you’re looking for!

For your Arms

Pushups what comes into your mind when you heard of the word pushups? Perhaps it reminded you of your challenging boot camp class you barely managed to survive. But no matter how much you hate it, the fact that is good for us is undeniable. It helps improve our upper-body strength. For this set of exercise. You are tasked to do 60 sets of push ups. Oh oh! Don’t be shocked because you will not be doing it all at once. You have to do it this way. §1 set – 20 pushups. Do it 3 times with 10 seconds rest in between sets.

Box Jump

Plyometric exercise such as jumping push your muscles to the max – which in turns helps increase your power, strength and speed. Box jumps are plyometric move where you jump from the floor up to an elevated surface. For this routine, you have to be able to jump a number of 10 jumps in 60 seconds with 15 seconds rest before proceeding to the next step. The calorie cooker, according to Science daily, a 10 minute skipping rope is equivalent to an 8-minute mile run. For your 1st Cardio routine, do this skip rope for about a minute and then followed by a 15 second rest before proceeding to the next step.

Sprint Drill

You might think sprinting as just a plain and simple form of speed training exercise. But it offers more than just calorie burning. Sprinting naturally increases the body’s endurance strength, making longer cardio and muscle training sessions easier to complete. It may be hard for you now, but worry no more soon! For this phase, sprint (or run in place) as fast as you can for 15 seconds. Rest 15 seconds and do it one more time before proceeding to the next step.

20 sets of crunches

Followed by 20 sets of crunches. The term crunch is often associated with sit ups, but they are bit different. Though they both start in the same lying on your back position, sit upsrequires you to lift your entire torso while on the other hand, crunches only requires you to lift your shoulders and upper back in a quicker motion and is more repetitive.

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