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Unbelievable Ways To Get Slim Body Without Going To Gym



Think you need a gym to get into awesome shape? Think again. There are plenty of exercises you can do with minimal equipment and a small amount of space in your own home or even at your local park. These Unbelievable Ways will get you, fitter, stronger and leaner in no time. So grab a kettlebell, lace up your training shoes, and get ready to be in the best shape you ever imagined.

1.High knees:-

  • Stand in place with your feet hip-width apart.
  • Using a jump, drive your right knee toward your chest and quickly lower it to the ground.
  • Follow with your left knee.
  • Continue alternating knees, working as fast as humanly possible. 

 

2.Reptile push-ups:-

  • Start in a push-up position, with your shoulders directly over your hands, and tighten your abs, glutes, and thighs.
  • While lowering your chest to the floor, bring one knee toward your elbow on the same side of the body.
  • Push yourself back up and repeat on the opposite side. 
  • Works your chest, triceps, core, and hips.

3.Plank jumps:-                                                     
 

  • Start in a plank position with your shoulders directly over your elbows.
  • Jump your feet as far as you can toward your hands.
  • Jump back to the starting position and repeat. 
  • Improves cardio while working your entire body, particularly your chest, shoulders, core, hips, and quads.

4.Kettlebell swings:-

  • Stand with your legs hip-width apart, holding a kettlebell between them while allowing it to swing slightly behind your legs.
  • push your hips forward, bringing the kettlebell straight over your head.
  • Keep your eyes on the kettlebell and point it straight up or slightly forward.
  • Pull the kettlebell down from the sky and repeat. 
  • Works your glutes, quads, core, and shoulders.

5.Air squats:-

  • Stand with your feet hip-width apart.
  • Pull your shoulders back and engage your abs, then push your butt and hips back as if you were sitting in a chair.
  • While keeping your weight on your heels, lower down until your thighs are parallel to the floor, raising your arms up as you lower down.
  • Stand up and repeat. Works your entire lower body.

6.Pike push-ups:-

  • Start in a downward dog position. Pull your shoulders back and tighten your abs and glutes.
  • Lower your forehead down toward the floor as far as possible.
  • Push yourself back up into the starting position and repeat. 
  • Works your shoulders, triceps, chest, and core.
  • You may also feel a stretch in your hamstrings.

7.Walking lunges:-

  • Start in a lunge position with your knees touching or almost touching the floor.
  • Without pausing, alternate legs, bringing your opposite leg forward into a lunge position. Continue alternating legs while moving forward.
  • For an added challenge, hold something heavy. 
  • Works your entire lower body.

8.Burpees:-

  • Stand up straight, and then get into a squat position with your hands on the floor in front of you.
  • Kick your feet back into a push-up position and lower your body to the floor. Return your feet back to the squat position as fast as possible.
  • Immediately jump up into the air as high as you can.
  • Add a little clap Improves cardio while strengthening your entire body.

9.V-ups:-

  • Lie on your back while stretching your arms overhead and keeping your legs straight.
  • Simultaneously raise your arms and legs as high as you can, keeping them as straight as possible.
  • Try and touch your feet to your hands. Lower down and repeat. Works your hips and core.

10.T-plank twists:-

  • Start in a plank position, with your shoulders directly over your hands.
  • Tighten your abs, glutes, and thighs, and then rotate your torso and legs to one side so that your body is facing away from the ground.
  • Simultaneously, raise your arm to the sky so that your body forms a "T." Lower back down to the push-up position and repeat on the opposite side. 
  • Works your core, chest, and shoulders.

 

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About Vini

Dr. Vini qualified from the St Georges University of London in 2010. She has worked within the NHS since qualifying and in the private sector for the last 4 years. she has a vast amount of experience dealing with complex muscular-skeletal disorders and post-operative rehabilitation. She is very passionate about what she does and ensures she keeps up with the latest research by attending regular courses.

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