Beginner’s 10-Minute Fat-Blasting Morning Workout

This is the perfect total body, all-purpose workout!

Beginner's 10-Minute Fat-Blasting Morning Workout

Starting a fitness plan is the gateway to an amazing, new life. If you’re looking to slim down, tone up, and feel stronger, our Beginner’s 10-Minute Fat-Blasting Morning Workout is the perfect set of total body, all-purpose exercises.

As a beginner, this morning workout gives you an extra bonus. Since you’ll be working out in the morning, you’ll get an extra boost of metabolism. Morning workouts kickstart your metabolism and allow you to burn fat all day long. Although you’re a beginner and working out from home, you are going to need set of dumbbells to start this fitness plan. Weighted resistance is the key to building up your muscles and increasing your fat-blasting potential.

Combining a fast-paced, total body morning workout with weighted resistance is the perfect intro to your fitness journey. Get focused, get ready, and enjoy the amazing changes that are on their way.

Beginner’s 10-Minute Fat-Blasting Morning Workout

What to Do: Perform each exercise for 30 seconds, resting for 10 seconds after each exercise. Complete three rounds, resting for 30 seconds after each round. Perform this routine four times a week.

What You’ll Need: A yoga mat or soft surface, an interval timer, and a set of light dumbbells (5 to 10 pounds).

  1. Modified Pushups
  2. Squat to Shoulder Press
  3. Alternating Toe Touch
  4. Lateral Lunge with Bicep Curl
  5. Modified Planks
  6. High Knee

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Exercises

Modified Pushup

Squat to Shoulder Press

Alternating Toe Touch

Lateral Lunge with Bicep Curl

Modified Planks

High Knees

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Clifford Genece

Clifford is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a lover of all things health, fitness, personal development, and community. When he's not cycling, hiking, or exploring new food recipes, he works to help others achieve personal growth.

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2 Comments

  1. Being prone to migraines, I refrain from eating known triggers like nuts and chocolate. Could you give me some alternatives to use in your recipes, please?

    1. Mary, Seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, etc.) are often used as a sub for nuts. Regarding chocolate, carob is an alternative.

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