Not everyone is a fan of exercise, and most people struggle to turn it into a habit. Still, apart from making you look good, exercise provides numerous benefits and a “feel good” feeling that can become an addiction.
These are the exercises:
High knee exercises
This exercise is going to help you tone yourbehind, calves, and core, restore your balance, burn calories, and boost metabolism.
Spread your legs as wide as your shoulders, and lift one leg up. Bring the knee close to your chest, remain like that for a couple of seconds, and slowly bring it down to the ground.
Next, repeat this with the opposite leg, and move it back and forth between the right and left side. While attempting to keep the balance on the supporting leg, you will manage to tone your calf, quadriceps, hamstrings and butt muscles.
This one is going to make your inner- and outer-thigh muscles harder in a brief time.
Begin this standing up, with your hands placed on your hips, the heels joined together, while the toes ought to be facing the sides. After that, put your left foot out into a deep “plie”: lower the body down keeping a straight back,bending the knees out on top of the toes. Next, get up out of the plie, and place your left heel back in, in the direction of the right one, with the legs straightened out. Get back into the initial position, and do it again with the opposite leg.
This workout is supposed to initiate the gluteal muscles and make your leg muscles firm. Getyour butt below than their knees while your feet are firmly lying flat on the floor. It has been confirmed to be amazing for the knees, strengthening ligaments, and establishingincredible ankle and hip flexibility which alleviates back pain.
Plank to Stand Up
This exercise is a more challenging one, however it isdrastically going toimprove the hamstrings and hips flexibility and makeyour legs, back, and core more firm.
Begin in the plank position, and place your right foot in between your left and right hand. Bend the knee in terms of making the right thigh aligned to the ground, and transfer the body weight to the right foot while graduallygetting up out of the lunge.
Use your upper bodyto lean forward and tap your left foot behind youon the floor. Lunge back down to the floor and bend the right knee. Place the hands flat on the left and right foot, and placing the right leg back to return to the starting position. Do the same with the opposite limb.
Lateral leg raises
This exercise affects a couple of muscle groups and providesvarious functional benefits.
Lie sideways, resting on your elbow, and lift one leg up, while keeping your core muscles firm. Bring it down in a controlled manner, and do the same on the opposite side.
Prone Hamstring Curl
This workoutis going to affect the hamstrings and the areas that are hard-to-reach where the glutes and hamstrings are joined. Begin, lying face down on the floor, bend your elbows, and stack the hands beneath the forehead.
Stretch out your legs, squeeze your heelsandpoint your toes. Next, lift the legs off the floor a little. Then, get your knees bent and heels curled in towards your body. Graduallystretch the legs out.
Inner thigh lifts
They will tighten your inner-thigh muscles.
Begin lying down sideways, lengthening the bottom leg and crossing on leg over the other. Rely on your knee or the top of the foot on the ground, while at the same time keeping your torso fixed. Focus on exercising the inner thigh while keeping your back steady.
Scissor Power Switch
This workout is going to help you melt fat while focusing on the potent (fast-twitch) muscle fibers in the limbs.
Begin standing with the right foot forth. Get into a runner’s lunge position, extend your left arm towards the foot and place your right arm behind you. With both feet, push off the floor, jumping straight up, crossing your legs midair, and landing back into a runner’s lunge with the opposing leg forth.