Sometimes the key to success is starting small. This quick morning routine will help you wake up on the right side of the bed. Start your day feeling powerful and energized!
Working out first thing in the morning can feel like a chore, but in reality, it’s a great way to start the day right. A morning workout gets your blood pumping, kickstarts your metabolism, and gears up your mind. You should feel more awake throughout the day.
This is the second fat blaster on our list. Fat blasters are workouts designed specifically for weight loss, so it’s no surprise that they’re popular. They torch calories in a short period of time, and this particular routine uses beginner-friendly moves most people can do without problems.
Our Beginner’s Total Body Fat Blasting Routine is a little more intense than the Low Impact Fat Blaster. So if you found the low impact workout too easy, or if you’ve done it a few times and think you have it down, take on the Beginner’s Total Body Fat Blasting Routine next!
Research suggest that the length of a workout isn’t nearly as important as the quality. To get the most out of your time at the gym, do this quick interval routine that follows a template proven to be as effective as a 45 minute cardio workout.
The template uses intervals to keep your heart elevated throughout the workout. You’ll have brief bursts of intense exercise. Push yourself to the limit during these bursts. You’ll have ample rest time to help your body recover.
This is one of our most comprehensive beginner workouts! The routine uses just four basic moves that every gym rat should know. Learn how to do these four moves properly and you’ll already be ahead of the curve.
Focus on using proper form while maintaining a steady rhythm. Once you have the moves down to a science, you can start working on speed. You can use this workout to build strength, burn calories, and improve your endurance. It’s one of those anytime workouts you can do several times per week.
We trust that any of these seven workouts can get you started on the road to success. Pick one, or try them all! They’ll help you learn a variety of moves and experiment with length and intensity. Whenever you think you’re ready, check out the rest of our workouts. Before long, you’ll be completing handstands, one-legged squats on bosu balls, and weighted pull ups.