Even you don’t have any health problems and you’re looking nice, you should look for an appropriate way to get more activity in your day. It will increase your strength, and generally, you will feel better, than if you are not physically active.
In your intention to find the most proper activities for you, maybe you are lucky and here can be just exactly what you need. We will introduce you “4-Week Beginner’s Workout Plan”, which is designed specifically for someone who doesn’t have enough experience working out but wants to get a healthier and more active life. First, you need to understand the importance of exercise and have the enthusiasm to become more active.
This plan that we suggest you is 4 weeks long and it consists of 6 different exercises. The exercises are combined into two simple workouts which gradually progress. The results, after finishing this plan will be your ability to do more than twice the amount you started with!
The detailed explanation for the 4-Week Beginner Plan is below.
As mentioned previously – this is the perfect workout plan for the beginners, as it takes you from a level of relatively little activity and brings you to a point where you will be able to start with more difficult workouts in order to strengthen your overall condition.
Perform each workout 3 times weekly, following recommended repetitions listed on the plan.
–Begin in standing position, with your feet together and your arms relaxed.
–Jump separating your feet while bringing your arms up overhead.
–Jumping again return your feet and arms to the starting position.
–Start lying on your back with your knees bent and hands behind your head
–Using your abs, pull your head, torso and shoulders up off the floor into a sit-up position.
–Return slowly to starting position.
–Begin in standing position.
–Dropping down, touch the floor with your hands.
–Jump your feet straight back behind you.
–For more strength (optional – do a push up)
–Jump your feet back up towards your hands,
–Returning to the starting position, jump around 6 inches off the floor.