Stunning And Beautiful Vacation Bodyweight Workout!

Beach Vacation Workout

When on VACATION it’s easy to eat and drink a lot, plus nine times out of ten, you’re not moving around much! Here we have an article that still allows all of this, but, you keep your figure.

It’s easy to let travel hinder your workout routine. Exercise can be part of your vacation. It won’t ruin the fun, In fact, it might make your trip even more enjoyable. If you end up feeling guilty, or have low energy it can really can put a stop on fun.

This article will help you stay trim, toned, and energised with minimal space and no equipment. It’s simple, all you have to do are:

  • Perform 1 set of the prescribed number of reps for each exercise without resting in between moves.
  • Once you’ve completed the last exercise, rest 1-2 minutes and repeat the entire circuit 1 or 2 more times.

Split Squat to Cross Crunch

How To:

  • Begin in a split stance with your right foot forward, hands clasped behind your head.
  • Keep most of your weight on your right leg as you lower into a squat, letting your left knee drop down to almost (or lightly) touch the floor.
  • Press up out of your squat and draw your left knee in front of your body and across to your right shoulder, turning your right elbow into your knee.
  • Return to your starting position.
  • That’s one rep.
  • Do 15 consecutive reps on one leg and then repeat on the other side.

Narrow Squat and Scaption Raise

How To:

  • Stand tall with your feet together, arms extended in front of your chest, palms pressed together.
  • Push your hips back and lower into a squat, squeezing your knees together, and hold.

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  • Open your arms into a ‘V,’ pulling your shoulder blades down and back as your arms open.
  • Return your arms to starting position, that’s one rep.
  • Repeat 15 times, staying in your squat the entire time.

Cardio Burst: Single-Leg Run

How To:

  • Begin in a lunge position, with your right foot forward and your left arm bent in front of you, right arm back.
  • Quickly bring your left knee in front of you at hip height as you swing your left arm back and bring your right arm in front.
  • Continue alternating as quickly as you can 30 times.
  • Repeat on the other side.

Dolphin Plank

How To:

  • Begin in a modified plank position on your forearms, hands clasped together.
  • Brace your abs in tight and press down through your shoulders and arms as you lift your hips up to the ceiling and your chest back towards your feet.
  • Keep your abs tight as you lower back into your plank position.
  • Repeat 15 times.

Dip and Leg Lift

How To:

  • Sit with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor hip-width apart.
  • Place your hands behind your hips with your fingertips facing forward. Use your glutes to lift your hips off the floor.
  • Extend your right leg out straight, squeezing your inner thighs together so that your knees stay in contact.

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  • Bend your elbows to lower your hips just above the ground, and lift your right leg into your chest (keeping it as straight as you can).
  • Press back up to the start position.
  • That’s one rep.
  • Do 10 reps with the right leg, 10 with the left.

Cardio Burst: Push-up and Run

How To:

  • Lie face-down with your arms bent, palms on the floor just outside of your shoulders, feet hip-width apart with toes tucked under.
  • Brace your abs in tight as you press your body all the way up into a full plank.
  • Lift your right foot and ‘run’ your right knee into your chest and then quickly switch to bring your left knee into your chest.
  • Switch 4 times, and then lower yourself down into your starting position.
  • That’s one rep.
  • Try to do 10 reps in a row (you may have to work up to 10 reps or modify the push-up on your knees).

Y-T-I Raise

How To:

  • After your last push-up and run, lower all the way down to the floor and point your toes.
  • Extend your arms overhead, thumbs pointing up.
  • Extend your spine and lift your chest (this is your ‘Y’), keeping your toes on the floor.
  • Open your arms out to the sides (‘T’) and then reach your arms all the way back towards your feet (‘I’), extending higher through your spine if you can.
  • Lower back to the starting position.
  • That’s one rep.
  • Do 10 reps in a row.

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