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10 No-equipment Workouts You Can Do Right Now

1. Burpees

Do you hate doing burpees? Do they make your heart race and your lungs burn? Are you dreading the next time your trainer tells you to do them? Here's some good news: all of that is intentional. Burpees are a fantastic exercise because they work for multiple muscle groups at once and get your heart rate up quickly. Plus, they're ultra-effective — a few minutes of burpees can be more tiring than an entire hour of traditional weightlifting or cardio exercises. So stop whining and start doing! Your body will thank you for it.

2. Jumping Jacks

There's a lot of debate on whether or not jumping jacks are really a good workout. I'm here to tell you that they absolutely are – and in this post, I'm going to show you how to make the most of them. Whether you're short on time or just looking for a new workout routine, these simple exercises will help get your heart rate up and burn calories in no time. Ready to jump? Let's go!

3. Wall Sit

I don't know about you, but I love a good wall sit. There's something about getting into that squat position and holding it that just feels so good. And not only is it a great way to work your thighs and glutes, but it's also a great way to improve your balance and stability. So if you're looking for an effective way to tighten up your tush, look no further than the wall sit! Ready to give it a try? Great - let's get started!

4. Crunches

If you’re looking to improve your core strength and get those six-pack abs, crunches are a great exercise to do. But don’t just focus on the number of crunches you can do – make sure you also focus on form. Incorrect form can lead to injuries, so be sure to learn how to do crunches correctly before starting your workout routine. And as always, consult with a doctor before starting any new fitness regimen. Are you ready to start crunching?

5. Planks

Planks are a great exercise to help improve your posture, and they can also help with core strength. You only need to hold the plank for about 30 seconds to see results. If you want to challenge yourself, try doing planks every day for a week!

6. Lunges

Lunges are a great way to improve your balance, coordination, and strength. They also help increase the range of motion in your hips and ankles. As you get better at lunges, you can add weight or perform more challenging variations like jump lunges or reverse lunges. Give these a try next time you’re at the gym to help boost your fitness routine.

7. Chair Dips

The chair dip is an exercise that targets the triceps and can be done anywhere. All you need to do is stand up straight, put one hand on either side of your seat so there's no space between them for anything else but air (or water), then lower yourself down until just below where arms meet chest--staying as low as possible without touching any part along this journey! Chair dips have been known by many names like "dip," “tricep submerge," 'bell push-up" etc., however they all center around working out these 3 muscle groups - arm dominant ones at that; rear deltoids/lats involved too depending upon variant discussed above.

9. Superman

The superman exercise is a great way to strengthen your lower back, glutes, and hamstrings. It also works on every other core muscle in the body while targeting those located upfront with Abdominal Muscles — making it perfect for anyone looking at improving their posture!

The following article will go over how you can do this safely so that YOU become The Man Of Steel rather than just enduring its benefits without understanding exactly what's going to happen when we perform them correctly ̶-or else suffer any injuries along the lines (such as pulled muscles).

10. Mountain Climbers

Mountain Climbers are a simple bucking move that taxes your entire body. It's important to keep an even heart rate while doing them because it will help you target all areas of fitness with this type of workout! To perform mountain climbers, start in plank position (hands & knees). Then alternate bringing one knee up towards the chest then back out again rapidly speeding up each time until running against the floor or wall.

Whether you need help getting motivated or simply want to try something new, these workouts are a great way to get in shape without any hassle. So what are you waiting for? Try one of these no-equipment workouts today and start feeling fit and healthy in no time!


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