I’m hoping to start posting my routines as I do them to help me keep track of what I do each time I workout and also to help all of you create your own workout routines. I try to keep a lot of variety in them because I get bored easily doing the same workouts over and over. So, if you’re looking for some new work out ideas, check out my workout routines!
1. On an exercise mat, lie on your back, arms alongside your body, palms facing downwards. Stretch out your legs in front of you and press your feet together.
2. Contract your abs and slowly raise your legs from the ground. Stop when you’ve formed a 45-degree angle.
3. Gently lower your legs until they’re two inches from the ground, and bring them back up to a 45-degree angle.
1. On an exercise mat, lie on your back, knees bent at a 90-degree angle and feet flat on the ground.
2. Place your hands (one on top of the other) behind your head to support your neck.
3. Without pushing your head with your hands, contract your abdominal muscles to lift your right shoulder from the ground and bringing it to your center. Your body will thus lightly be turned towards the left.
4. Keep the position for 1 or 2 seconds and bring your right shoulder back to the ground.
5. Switch to the left shoulder and do 10 and you’ve completed a set.
Start on the ground facing down with your knees bent and your hands in front of you. Then, get into position by extending your legs in back of you so that they are resting on your toes; your weight should be supported by your forearms, flat on the ground. Your upper arms should form a right angle with your forearms. Tuck your butt in so that your back, butt and legs form a straight line. Hold for as long as you can, then repeat 5 times.