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A Full Body Workout Which You Can Do At Home

  • by Prady
  • 20,Jun 20
A Full Body Workout Which You Can Do At Home

What Are Your Fitness Goals?

  • Lose Weight & Fat Loss
  • Gain Muscle Or Get Bigger
  • Just Feel Better Overall
  • Tone Up My Body

There's a seemingly endless number of exercises available with which you can do your workout even at home ver easily. Even nowadays there is so many videos online which you can follow for weight loss, weight gain, and everything. Even you get the meal plans online and how could I forget there are so many apps which you can follow and keep track of your exercise. 

 

But do you know which exercises are the best ones for a full-body workout? Here are seven of the best exercises for anyone looking for a simple and effective full-body workout. 

  • 1

    Warmup 

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Always start your workout with warming up your body by doing some basic stretches. Even you can watch follow some youtube fitness junkies for that.  

  • 2

    Rope Jumping 

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After the warm-up, you can start with the rope jumping as Just 30 minutes of jumping rope does wonder for building strength, and increasing overall muscle tone. Spending a half-hour jumping rope is a warmup exercise and daily mini-workout in one, especially for the arms and legs — your quadriceps, deltoids, and hamstrings all get the benefits of jumping rope.

  • 3

    Push-Ups

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The push-up might be old school, but it's effective. It works a wide range of muscles, though they primarily target the chest, triceps and core. Individuals typically lift about 60 percent of their body weight when completing a push-up.

  • 4

    Squats

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The squat is another classic lifting exercise that is especially beneficial to the lower body. The exercise directly works the hips, hamstrings, and glutes. It also indirectly strengthens your core and even your upper body if done with weight. 

  • 5

    Lunges

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This brilliantly simple exercise isn't for the fitness weary. The exercise does triple duty by extensively working the quadriceps, the glutes, and the hamstrings.

  • 6

    Burpees

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It's complicated—and maybe even a little silly—but burpees are one of the best exercises for a reason: They work. Start in a standing position, squat down, and put your hands on the ground, kick your feet out and do a push-up. Tuck your feet back under you, and spring up out of your crouch with a leap. 

  • 7

    Deadlift

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When the deadlift is executed correctly it will strengthen your back as well as your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, core, and forearms. The lift is simple and with the proper focus and attention to technique, it can be completed without injury.

30-Minute HIIT Cardio Workout with Warm Up - No Equipment Needed, Workout At Home

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