If you feeling lazy , inactive and you really want to start working out , but oops!! No Time!! I have a solution for you here in this article.
Here’s a list for beginners of some friendly workouts, which you may start with from HOME, plus a quick rundown on how to get yourself off on the right foot.
1 Beginners Cardio Workout: Always remember to start with warming up a bit for 15- 20 mins either by running around the house, or any object you may find, (the kitchen table can do the job 🙂 ! ) Or by using any cardio machine you have at your place!
2 Stretching: Before getting into any workout you should do the pre-stretching for your muscles to avoid any injury during your training.
3 Butt, Thigh, and Abs Workout: Workouts like this one are a great way for beginners to improve core strength and to start to build a mind body connection, which are both imperative to being able to safely push yourself during harder workouts.
4 No Equipment Upper Body Workout with Warm Up and Cool Down: Using only bodyweight, this antagonistic routine is a great way to learn how to engage your muscles and perfect form before you start to add more weight. Honestly, it can be very difficult to anyone, as long as they’re pushing themselves, but because you’re working against your own strength, the difficulty is scalable. Once you’re comfortable with form, strength training is an excellent way to burn fat, build muscle, and get fit.
My Tips for you:
Pace yourself, and start slowly if you need to – The most common mistake I see beginners make is being way too aggressive in their training, way too soon. Take time to build a strong base for yourself.
Make it work for you -Don’t be afraid to work hard, but also know that it’s your responsibility to make it work for you, you have to be willing to start where your body needs you to,
Commit – Maybe you won’t always feel like it, and it’s okay to miss workouts occasionally, but for the most part, you want to focus on building & sticking to the habit. There will be good days and bad.
Keep self talk positive
Keep goals positive & action focused – Instead of “I will lose 10 kg”, say “I will workout for 30 minutes 4 times a week”. Instead of “I will tone my flabby arms” say “I will gain strength and be able to lift things that I couldn’t before”. Try to focus less on end result, and more on the actions that you are responsible for
Don’t be afraid to push yourself, but listen to your body
Don’t make yourself hate exercise – Do what you love, love what you do 🙂
Keep an eye on nutrition – Nutrition is just as important as exercise, focus on eating a diet that is as fresh and nutrient dense as possible, avoiding fad diets and processed food as much as possible.
Your health is always worth it!