Tips #1: Start Your Day With Simple Workout Moves
What are the benefits of working out in the morning?
If you’re someone who craves the powerful benefits of an early workout —
- increase blood flow
- heighten energy level
- enhanced cognitive acuity
- boost metabolism
yet doesn’t have the time and energy to hit the gym, don’t give up just yet.
How will this plan help?
We’ve got a practical, time-effective solution that will be a perfect way to break your day in. Just get out of bed, find a spot in your house with ample space, and do the 10 Minute Wake Up Workout Circuit.
In just under 10 minutes, this high-intensity, 7-exercise circuit will help you crush the day ahead. It requires no equipment other than a carpet/towel/exercise mat.
You will receive a reminder every day to show you the moves. And more importantly, we will include a bonus tips to help you overcome the possible barriers and make this habit stick.
The 10 Minute Wake Up Workout Circuit
Click exercises names for video demos.
For all exercises complete the prescribed time/# of reps. If you’re unable to complete an exercise in full, do for as long/as many reps as possible.
Exercise 1 — Jumping Jacks
Reps/Duration: 60 reps
Primary Target(s): Cardio
Exercise 2 — Bicycle Crunches
Reps/Duration: 45 seconds
Primary Target(s): Abs (Obliques, Rectus Abdominis)
Exercise 3 — Burpees
Reps/Duration: 20 reps
Primary Target(s): Chest, Legs
Exercise 4 — Ab Planks
Reps/Duration: 60 seconds
Primary Target(s): Abs (Transverse Abdominis)
Exercise 5 — Side Plank Raises
Reps/Duration: 20 reps per side
Primary Target(s): Abs (Obliques)
Exercise 6 — Mountain Climbers
Reps/Duration: 30 seconds
Primary Target(s): Cardio, Legs, Abs
Exercise 7 — Ab V Ups
Reps/Duration: 15 reps
Primary Target(s): Abs (Lower Abs)
Bonus Tips #1
If you want to make this morning workout routine a sticky habit, start using paper clips technique. Read the this article to understand the power of visual cue —motivate you to perform a habit with high consistency.