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Looking to work out more this spring, but your gym is closed? There are plenty of ways to stay active without needing any expensive equipment. Below are a few exercises from SELF Magazine that will keep you in shape!
Full Body Cardio Challenge
If you are looking for a one-stop workout to challenge your whole body, then this full body cardio challenge is perfect for you. This exercise will take you through a circuit of legs, core and shoulders, and includes a squat pulse, tuck-up and frogger circuit cycle. Check out the full workout here.
Five Minute Plank Workout
Pressed for time? Here is a simple, five-minute plank workout that could easily be added to your day. The plank workout combines abs, shoulders, legs and butt exercises to tone your whole body. Adding plank jacks to the circuit is a simple way to add cardio to keep your workout well rounded.
Eight Minute Abs
Ab exercises can easily be the hardest part of your workout. This simple ab workout quickly takes you through a series of simple core movements while still challenging you. Five moves are all it takes to complete. Dead bugs, forearm plank rocks, plank up-downs, lateral plank walks and bird dog crunches are done in three circuits, with no rests in between to keep your body moving.
If you are looking for a longer, class-style workout, there are plenty of online classes on YouTube. From yoga to HIIT cardio classes, there are a variety of options that will fit your specific needs. Find an example of a low impact HIIT class here.