First, teens should do 30-60 minutes physical activity daily. Most from the activity should be moderate to vigorous aerobic activity. Aerobic activity are anything that gets your heart going as if biking, dancing, or running. So take some minutes for a few strength training.
Workouts like the ones below help build muscle to boost metabolism and keep joints working well. Flexibility are the third component by well-rounded exercise. Check out yoga as one way to stay flexible.
Home Workout for Teens
You can do this workouts at home. There’s no equipment needed, expensive gym fees, or lots of time.
- How To Do A Jumping Jacks
- How To Do A Squats
- How To Do A Lunges
- How To Do A Plank
- How To Do A Crunches
- How To Do A Push Ups
- How To Do High Knees
If it does not challenge you, it will not change you. While you feel like giving up, step it up, keep going/push yourself. You’ll like the results while you’re persistent.
Do not try to work out each day of the week. You should work in at least 2 or 3 days of rest total per week. Give your body time to rest and build muscle! Your resting time are essential.
Find a partner! Studies show if you’ve somebody else pushing you and doing the exercises with you, then it is going to be easier to stay on track.
Set a goal. “Getting in shape” doesn’t always mean losing weight, unless that’s your personal goal. A proper goal for you may be overall fitness and stamina, staying power, and to achieve that, you’ll exercise and keep your nutrition very lean and low in carbs, sugars and fats.
Drink more water. These will clear your skin and help you flush those last pounds – you’ll notice the difference.