New Year’s Resolution 2: Exercise More

Posted by on January 2, 2017

This year, we’re taking it upon ourselves to set a few realistic goals that we can actually stick to. After all, what’s the point in setting all these goals and barely seeing them through the month of January?

New Year’s resolution 2: Introduce more exercise to our daily lives.

No more “I don’t have time to exercise”, no more “I’m too tired to exercise” and no more, “I’ll start tomorrow”.

We’re on a mission to leave the excuses in 2016 and get motivated to move more. We’ve put together the top at-home exercises so you can sweat in solitude.

1. Cardio Blast 

If you live in New York, you probably have a small apartment without a garden area. Regardless, you can still do a quick cardio blast and all you need is a jump rope. After all, jumping rope for 10 minutes can burn as many calories as jogging at an eight-minute-per-mile pace.

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2. Squats 

Squats can improve both your upper and lower body strength but obviously, they’re great for building a tight and lifted butt. Squats are equally as effective using your own body weight and there are plenty of ways to diversify the exercise  – you can do side squats, you can jump between squats and you can add weights.

ARMS LEGS ABS Workout ?? [PART 2] ??This is the LEGS section of your workout… x20 See Saw Squats x20 Jump Squat to Sumo Squat ⏰ Set your stopwatch for 4min and alternate between the 2 exercises until your time is up! ? REST for 1minute and then do [PART 3] ABS … Keep a lookout for [PART 1] ARMS..I'll be posting it soon! ??? @hm #hmsport ab❤️x … Music: ? Not Letting Go (XYconstant remix) – Tinie Tempah … For my full collection of 20min workouts ?? See my bio! ☺️ #freshbodyfitmind

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3. Belly Blast 

Everyone wants a tight core. Not only does it look great but a strong core makes it easier to do many physical activities. When you do core exercises such as crunches or planks it’s important to breathe deeply and focus on tightening your abdominal muscles as you do the exercises.

? Medicine Ball Workout! ? ➡️I'm using an 8lb med ball in this circuit. I did each exercise for 20 seconds with 10 seconds rest. X4 ? Tag a workout buddy below! ?? Outfit Cred: @carbon38 Equipment: @sklz

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