Looking a quick, convenient way to get more activity in your day, growth strength, and generally feel better about yourself? I have got just what you need! Introducing our all-new “4 Week Beginner Workout Plan”!
These is designed specifically for somebody who’s ver little experience working out but would like to get a little more healthy in their lives. These is perfect for you if you understand the importance of workout and have goals to become more active, but lack the knowledge of how to do so.
These is the perfect beginner’s plan as it takes you from a level of relatively little activity to a point where you can confidently start most workout plans out there.
4 Week Beginner Workout Plan
These workout plan consists of 2 a different workouts that will progressively build on themselves. You will alternate performing each workout 3 times during the week according to the number of reps listed on the plan.
The following pictures will help clarify proper performance of each of this exercises:
Keep the knees slightly bent and land softly on the balls of your feet. Engage your core and glutes and maintain your knees in line on your hips and feet. Keep your arms extended and your elbows lose during the entire exercise, and maintain a steady and smooth breathing pattern.
As doing sit ups, keep your abs engaged, your chest open and your shoulders, neck and back relaxed. Breathe out as you crunch and use only your ab strength to lift your torso up. Inhale for you slowly return to the starting position, rolling your spine one vertebrae at a time.
As doing lunges, keep your weight in the front heel and be sure that when you’re bending your front knee, your thigh and leg form a 90-degree angle. Maintain your feet hip-width apart throughout the entire exercise, don’t put one foot before of the other. Inspire as you lunge, and maintain a smooth and steady rhythm.
Keep your back straight and your core engaged at all times and maintain a natural and regular breathing pattern throughout the exercise. Whenever done incorrectly, burpees can put your body at risky of injury.
As doing the push-up exercise focus on keeping your head in line on your torso, and your torso in line on your hips. Engage your core muscles, maintain your body in a straight line and exhale as you push back. Take the pressure off the wrists and place it on the outside of your hands.
As doing squats maintain your back in alignment, by keeping your chest up and your hips back. Don’t let the knees extend beyond the toes and put the pressure on the heels of the feet. Breathe in for you squat and breathe out for you come up.