Saturday, 30 July 2016

Which exercises to do in a busy schedule?

In today's times its very difficult to find time to go to the gym or do a proper workout. So here are some quick options which can be done in as little as 7 minutes

OPTION 1 - 7 min exercise

The workout was developed by The Human Performance Institute and requires only resistance from body weight, so you don’t have to purchase any fancy exercise equipment or visit a gym to get in shape. Do check the image or video for it...

OPTION 2 - 8 min HIT

8 cardio moves that will burn calories in a quick HIIT (high intensity interval training) routine!
Home cardio workout...

OPTION 3 - Do tabata

A Tabata workout consists of alternating short periods of intense exercise with short periods of rest for a period of 3 to 4 minutes. A wide variety of exercises are compatible with the Tabata protocol, including resistance exercises such as lifting weights and aerobic exercises such as running or rowing.
Intense exercise raises our metabolic rate to about 15 times the basal metabolic rate, or BMR. The Tabata method puts short-lived but acute stress on the body. When these intense exercises occur on a regular basis, the body increases its BMR to handle the new demands put on it. Since the BMR is the amount of energy your body burns while at rest, any increase to this rate increases the fat that your body burns even when you are not exerting yourself.

OPTION 4 - Full body Workout

This is 10 minutes long, so you can easily squeeze the workout into your busy day. Plus you don't need to drag out your dumbbells for this one: this full-body routine requires no equipment. These are pure body weight exercises, and you can do them anywhere. Get pumped up to get your sweat on, then press play and start moving.

OPTION 5 - 15 Minute HIIT Metabolism Booster - Total Body and Abs HIIT Workout

Though this workout is a bit longer yet it is excellent if you wish to work on your core muscle group

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