Your own body can help you get in the best shape of your life. Doing bodyweight movements, like squats and push-ups, in high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is super effective.
To get the most out of your bodyweight workout, focus on exercises that use multiple muscle groups at once. "They are more effective at raising your heart rate since they are using so much of the body at once, and they help you achieve benefits quicker than isolated strength-training exercises," says Candice Seti, PhD, a personal trainer and nutrition coach. Interval training can totally transforms your body.
Here are highly effective bodyweight moves that can help you reach your fitness goals: Jump squat which is key for building strength as it engages your lower body and burns more calories. Lunges, it improve your balance, strengthen your coordination and also sculpt your lower-body muscles,
Mountain climber, this exercise not only works your cardio endurance, but also builds abdominal and arm strength. Walk-out push-ups pushes your muscles and condition them to endure, while building your core stability training.
As you're changing your body and developing muscles, they will need time to regroup. So don't do these exercises every single day. It's best to take a rest day, a weight training day, or cardio day in between if you really want to energize your results.
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