Morning Workout Routine
If you are looking for a quick morning workout that you can do at home, I have one for you today!
It’s not always easy for me to get to the gym especially when I have my kids home for the summer. So instead I like to pick a morning workout that is quick and needs very little equipment if any.
Benefits of working out in the morning:
- Better sleep
- Improved productivity
- Healthier eating habits
- Better mood
I have noticed a huge difference when I do a morning workout, not only in the items I have listed about but it works with my schedule.
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Here you will find a home workout that contains 3 super sets.
A super set is 2 exercises performed back to back with little or no rest in between.
Complete each super set for a total of 3 – 4 rounds depending on how much time you have.
The goal rep for each exercise is between 12 -15.
Remember to watch your form to prevent injury and always stretch before your workout.
- Dumbbell (advanced)
On to the morning workout routine:
- Lie on the floor face up with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
- Arms at your side.
- Drive through your heels and lift your hips upward squeezing your glutes at the hip.
- Then lower back down.
- Do this for 12 – 15 reps.
- Advanced: dumbbell to place on your hips for extra tension
Plank Hip Dips
- Start in an elbow plank position.
- From there slowly rotate your spine where your left hip lowers and then move on to your right.
- Remember not to use your back muscles and keep your back from arching.
- Alternate these for 15 reps each side.
- Beginners: If the dips are too hard, hold a plank for 30 seconds – 2 minutes.
- Stand up straight with your arms out in front of you at waist level.
- Start to “jog in place” lifting your knees up to your waist with each stride.
- Move as quickly as you can while keeping a straight back, chest up and looking forward.
- Do this for 25 reps per knee or 45 seconds.
- Stand with both feet placed on the floor.
- Keeping your chest straight and face looking forward.
- Step one foot in front of you until both your knees are at a 90-degree angle.
- Drive back up through your front heel and reverse legs.
- 12 – 15 reps per leg
- Advanced: Hold a dumbbell on either side
- Start with a high plank. Your hands are on the floor and your arms are straight.
- Brace and lock in your core.
- From there kick your legs out to the side as if you were doing a jumping jack.
- 12 – 15 full reps
- Start in a high plank position, your arms are straight and hands are down.
- Keep your back straight and your shoulders above your wrists.
- Brace your core and start to pull in one knee towards your arms.
- 12 – 15 reps per leg
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