5-Step 5-Minute Exercises To Lose Weight Fast
Do You Want To Learn Exercises To Lose Weight Fast That Will Not Take Much Time?
Maybe you have always wanted to exercise but with your busy schedule, it’s just hard to make time for it. We all know that exercising should be done regularly, but you just can’t afford to lose 30 minutes of your day just to go to the gym or jog in the park. but you should know that exercising doesn’t have to take long periods of time. Five minutes of high-intensity workout is enough to pump up your circulation and start to burn some calories.
This workout is designed to help you achieve a functional and balanced total body strength with no need for any gym equipment. You can start doing this in the comfort of your own home in the morning when you wake up for a good morning energy boost.
These exercises to lose weight fast that’s very convenient. Chose one of the 2 interval patterns here and complete the following exercises in order.
Both of them burn calories and build muscle, but the different work-to-rest ratios generate a slightly different metabolic response. Also, alternating between them can help speed up results. If you have more time, do the circuit 3-5 times for a longer sweat session.
30 to 30: You must complete as many reps as you can in 30 secs. then rest for 30 secs. before moving on to the next exercise. Rest 60 secs. at the end if you are doing more than one round.
50 to 10: You must complete as many reps as you can in 50 secs. then rest for 30 secs. before moving on to the next exercise. Rest 10 seconds at the end if you are doing more than one round.
Here Are The 5-Step Exercises To Lose Weight Fast
Step#1 – Marching Glute Bridge
Starting position: Lie face up with your knees bent on the floor. Raise your hips so your body will be forming a straight line from your shoulders to knees.
- Next, lift your right knee toward your chest
- Hold for 2 seconds; lower and repeat with your left leg. That’s one rep.
Step#2 – Inverted Shoulder Press
Starting position: place both your hands on the floor outside your shoulders and then raise your hips so that your torso is nearly perpendicular to the floor.
- From this position, bend your elbows to lower your body until your head almost touches the floor
- Pause for a second, and then push back to start. That’s one rep.
Tip: place your feet on a step or bench to increase the challenge.
Step#3 – Alternating Switch Lunge
Starting position: step your right leg forward and bend both knees to lower into a lunge.
- Next, press your right heel to return to standing but don’t let your foot touch the floor and then immediately, you must step your right foot back and lower into lunge and land on your left foot
- And then, do the same steps with your left foot. That’s one rep.
Tip: if you would like to make it easier by placing your foot on the floor every time you pass the standing position.
Step #4 – Skater Hops
Starting position: – stand on your left foot with your left knee slightly off the floor
- Then, jump to the right and land on your right foot and then bringing your left foot slightly off the floor.
- Jump to the left and continue alternating. That’s one rep
Step#5 – Rotating T Extension
Starting position: push-up position
- Keeping your arms straight, shift your weight onto your left arm and rotate your torso to the right then raise your arm toward the ceiling so that your body forms a letter T
- Hold for 3 seconds, then return to start and then repeat this on the other side. That’s one rep.
Tip: make it harder by adding a push-up every time you move from side to side.
Don’t assume that 5 minutes isn’t long enough to actually help drive results. Whether you are short on time or motivation or you’re tired, or can’t go to the gym, this routine will keep you on track to lose weight fast. It is five exercises, five minutes, but that doesn’t mean it’s a piece of cake. Just as with your regular runs on a treadmill, you’re going to have to push hard.
Watch this video instruction here:
Source: Excerpted from Shape-Up Shortcuts by Jen Ator, CSCS, and the editors of Women’s Health Magazine (Jan – Feb 2014 edition)