12 Easiest and Most Effective Ways to Get in Shape This Spring


These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

1) Sprinting

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Ready. Set. Let’s GO! Sprinting is a great cardiovascular exercise which also works your core and lower body muscles. The strength, power, and endurance involved in sprinting will improve your overall stamina. So why not try combining intervals of sprinting next time you’re out for a jog or run?

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

2) Squats

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Squats are possibly the easiest most effective way of achieving tighter, stronger glutes and the great thing is that you need absolutely. And if you thought there was only one way of doing squats, think again. There are so many variations of this exercise, that you’ll never get bored of it.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

3) Skipping Rope

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Incorporate skipping into your daily workout regime or try it in between sets during your regular workout to keep your heart rate up. This exercise is a full body workout and has many benefits including improved heart rate, improved circulation, muscle conditioning and overall strength.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

4) Deadlifts

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The deadlift is the simplest, easiest, most basic exercise used in strength training. With the right form you will see overall body strength improved and day-to-day tasks involving lifting will become so much easier.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

5) Bike to Work

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Be nice to the environment and your body. Bike to work! Cycling is an excellent way to incorporate exercise into your daily routine. Instead of jumping in your car only to find yourself sitting in traffic, hop on your bike to stretch out those muscles and get some fresh air. You might find that the commute to and from work allows for a nice mental break.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

6) Weighted Vests and Belts

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Try packing on a little extra weight to lose weight. Having the added weight provided by a weighted vest or belt will elevate overall muscle strength and burn more calories. Your muscles will not only be working to support your body mass, but also the added weight from the vest which you can easily customize by adding more or less weights.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

7) Box Jumps

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Box jumps are a form of Plyometric exercise which help to develop explosive strength and power. This exercise requires focus and muscle control so start off with smaller boxes and work your way up until you have gained that level of muscle control. Once you’ve mastered it you’ll see improved total body strength and power.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

8) Running in Sand

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Want to burn an epic amount of calories?! Take it to the beach. Running in sand is insanely effective when it comes to shedding those calories. The resistance created by the sinking sand below your feet forces you to lift those legs higher to break the hold of the ground below you. This is a great way to build muscle from your lower body right up through your core body.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

9) Kettle Bells

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Kettle bells are a fantastic way to enhance physical strength and endurance. Many fighters use kettle bells in their strength and conditioning training because it develops a strong posture needed to throw hard kicks, improves grip strength which helps when grappling with opponents, challenges mental endurance by fighting through fatigue and it also improves total body strength.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

10) Running Stairs

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One of the best things about running stairs is that it’s FREE and you can do it just about anywhere. Running stairs creates resistance since your working against gravity and also helps to improve postural muscles. Focus on your form and making short explosive steps.  

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

11) Circuits

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Circuit training often involves short bursts of cardio, aerobic and strength training exercises which target different groups of muscles. Circuit workouts are typically short in duration (30 minutes) with little rest time between each circuit station.

These are the 12  easiest and most effective methods you need to use to get in shape this Spring. Don’t have a gym membership? No problem! Many of these workouts can be done at home or outdoors.

12) Jumping Jacks

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Like skipping rope, jumping jacks are also a great way to keep your heat rate up whether it’s between your regular workout sets or if it’s part of your regular workout. Even if it’s for just 15 minutes a day, it’s a great way to improve cardiovascular health and provides for a full body workout where all of your muscles are engaged.

 


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