Going to the gym can be a struggle. Mainly because for most of us, our minds have already held a conversation with our body about how it is a struggle to go and to get there and workout can be even more of a struggle. Summer is vast approaching though, so we got to do what we got to do if we want our bodies to be beach bod ready! You don’t necessarily have to go to the gym though to achieve your beach body goals. Here are 5 simple workouts you can do to get your body ready ….
Power-walking is great at helping your body looking fierce and amazing! It’s also great for your cardiovascular health and will help tone your legs! Try to do a power-walk for at least an hour each day or a few times a week when you can. These simple workouts work great wonders!
Doing jumping jacks may bring you back to recollect pestering memories of doing them in P.E. in middle school, but they honestly are great for burning calories. You can do them right in your living room while watching your favorite TV show.
If you want to get a naturally big plump ass, that will look great in short shorts, then doing squats are key! Aim to do at least 4 sets of 20 either in the morning before work or school or at night before you go to bed. You will definitely see results if you stay consistent.
Ab workouts are probably the least “fun” to do of all the simple workouts. However, they are necessary if you want that flat tummy and slim waist. Do your crunches on your bedroom floor consistently every day so that way you can rock that crop top proudly.
Push-ups activate just about every muscle in your body. They are great for getting your arms nice and toned, though they can be killer to do! Start yourself off by striving to do at least 4 sets of 10 reps. And say “bye bye” to that saggy ass arm fat!
What do you think of these simple workouts? Let us know in the comments below!
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Kennisha is currently studying at Southern New Hampshire University to obtain her bachelors in Creative Writing. She is an avid lover of art and poetry. Her favorite word is "create" because she feels the word "represents the endless possibilities and marvelous creations the mind can conjure".