5-minute full-body workout plan for daily

5 minute full body workout

In today’s busy lifestyle it is very difficult to get time for personal health. In this article, I am going to share 5 minute full body workout which can be performed in a short amount of time and are enough for basic fitness. These body exercises help you burn body fat in a short amount of time. There is no need of heavy investment on machines or any open space. The exercises I am going to explain here can be performed in-home without any machine.

Perform the first body exercise at your max intensity for 50 seconds, rest for 10 seconds, and then move to the next exercise. After completing all five exercises, we guarantee you will be sweating. If you have more time, rest for a minute and then complete the circuit two or three more times.

1. Pushups

Get on the bottom on high-low-jack, positioning your hands slightly wider than your shoulders. Extend your legs back so you’re balanced on your hands and toes. Keep your body in an exceedingly line from head to toe without sagging within the center or arching your back. you’ll position your feet to be approximate or slightly wider hoping on what’s most comfortable for you. Before you begin any movement, contract your abs and tighten your core by pulling your belly button toward your spine. Keep an honest core throughout the entire pushup. Inhale as you slowly bend your elbows and lower yourself until your elbows are at a 90-degree angle. Exhale as you begin contracting your chest muscles and pushing makes a replica through your hands to the start position. Don’t shut the elbows keep them slightly bent.

Pushup

2. Jumping jack

Start standing up along with your legs together, a small bend in knees, and hands resting on thighs.
Keeping the knees bent, open the arms and legs bent the edges. Arms come above the pinnacle and legs wider than shoulders.
Close your arms and legs back to your sides, returning to your start.

Jumping jack

3. Single-leg glute bridge iso hold

Lie on your back on the floor and bend both legs so your heels are close to your butt. Brace your abs and push through your heels to raise your butt into the air. From there, extend one leg so it’s in line with the other and keep your hips raised using only one foot to support them. Hold 10 seconds and then switch legs and hold another 10.

4. Chair dip

Place your hands on the base of a chair and walk your legs forward so your body is suspended by the chair. Lower your body toward the floor until your upper arms are parallel to the floor and then push yourself back up.

5. Plank

Get in the pushup position, only put your forearms on the ground instead of your hands. Your elbows should line up directly underneath your shoulders. Toes on the ground.
Squeeze your glutes and tighten your abdominals.
Keep a neutral neck and spine.
Create a straight, strong line from head to toes – a plank, if you will.
Hold that position.

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