Hey everyone! The weather is starting to get warmer and the sun is shining a little bit more. I don't know about you, but that means it's time to start getting ready for Spring and Summer! These next few months are always a time where I try to focus on getting in shape and looking good in my summer clothes. If you're like me, then you might be looking for some easy home workouts to help get you there. That's why I put together this list of 5 easy home workouts that will help you tone up and look your best this season! Let's do this!
1. Do jumping jacks to get your heart rate up
Jumping jacks are a great way to get your heart rate up and have been shown in studies as being an effective workout for increasing metabolism. In addition, it is one of those exercises that you can do anywhere with little space or time so there's no excuse not too! The best thing about this move? It only takes about 20 seconds from start-to finish which means if we're talking quickfire muscle confusion then consider me all over it because I love nothing more than burning calories like they owe me money (or something equally ridiculous).
2. Crunches - 3 sets of 10-15 reps should do the trick
This exercise is great because it works your abs while also strengthening the lower back. It's one of those moves you can do in front or behind, and with different body positions to really challenge yourself!
3. Lunges - Again, aim for 3 sets of 10-15 reps
Lunges are a great way to focus on your glutes and hamstrings. You can do them at home or in the gym, but make sure you take it slow so that they're effective for building muscle mass! Start with one set of 10-15 lunging reps before moving onto another exercise variation such as squatting — 3 sets each time should be enough training days per week if using this move regularly.
4. Wall sits - Hold this position for as long as you can
This is a great exercise for beginners. It's also good if you want to strengthen your abdominal muscles and practice breathing techniques while sitting in an Pose! - Wall sits make it possible because they require little effort, yet provide lasting benefits over time - The key here isn't just about holding the position however but rather focusing on how long one can hold them self before fatigue sets In (generally around 20 seconds). This means keeping track of personal records so that progress may be monitored
5. Planks - Start with 30 seconds and work your way up to a minute or more
Planks are a great way to start and end your day. Start with 30 seconds, work up from there! Summer is just around the corner, and that means tank tops, shorts and bathing suits! If you're like me, then you want to look your best. These easy home workouts will help get you toned up in no time. Have you tried any of these exercises before? What tips have helped you? Let us know in the comments!