5. Standing oblique twist
- Stand with your legs wider than hip-width apart.
- Bend your knees. Hands should be straight out to the sides, with your palms facing down.
- Begin to lower the body to the right side, bending at the waist. Do not bend your arms.
- Continue switching sides for as many repetitions as you can do until you feel tired.
6. Seated body lift
This exercise strengthens the abdominal muscles, arms, and wrists. You easily can perform it at home. You just need a chair.
- Start by sitting on the edge of the chair. Your knees should be bent and touching, with your feet flat on the floor.
- Grab the edge of the chair. Your elbows are slightly bent.
- Squeeze your knees and your butt together tightly, while pushing down with your hands and extending your elbows. Push your body up and hover over the seat. Stay like this for 30 seconds.
- Repeat 3 times.
7. Booty burn
The booty burn exercise is just great for your glutes. On top of that, it also improves your balance and concentration.
- Stand straight with your hands raised in front of you. Clasp your palms together.
- Lift the right leg and bend it at the knee. Maintain your balance.
- Start moving your right foot back behind your left, lowering your body down.
- Return to position #2.
- Repeat for 45 seconds and then change legs.
Bonus: Do exercises in the morning.
People can burn up to 20% more body fat by exercising in the morning on an empty stomach, according to research. Scientists discovered that people who had exercised in the morning didn’t consume additional calories and didn’t experience an increased appetite during the day.
Do you know of any effective exercises that you can do while watching TV? Do you prefer to train in the morning or in the evening?