If you are one of the people that live a fast-paced life, and you don’t have time for exercise, try to find at least 10 minutes to do our routine which will help you get a tight body in no time. You don’t need any special equipment, however, proper attire is a must.
Everybody knows how to do squats, but keep in mind that you have to do them properly for best results. Squats are a great exercise you can do pretty much anywhere and it will do wonders for your quads, glutes, as well as lower back. To perform the exercise correctly, separate your feet shoulder wide and make sure that they are in the straight line. Lift your chin and chest up. Keep your hands on the back of your head, and go down approximately knee high.
15 One-Leg Bridges
Lie down on your back and bend your knees so your feet touch the ground. Lift your hips from the ground to create straight diagonal from chest to knees. Lift one leg off the ground but keep it bent. Stay in that position, come down and use your other leg to push yourself up. Repeat the exercise with your other leg.
30 Knee Spreads
Stay on the ground, but turn on your side. Keep your legs together and keep them bent in knees. While you’re in that position, separate one knee from the other as much as you can, while keeping your feet together. Turn to the other side and repeat the exercise.
15 Donkey Kicks
Get down on all fours and put your palms on the floor. Lift your leg up until your lower leg is parallel to the floor. Do not exceed this level or you might put unnecessary pressure on your lower back. Repeat the exercise with the other leg.
2 Minutes of Leg Circle Exercise
Lie down on your back and lift one leg up so it’s at 90-degree angle with the floor. Do 10 circles with it in one direction, and then repeat the process in the opposite direction. Keep repeating for 10 minutes, then repeat the exercise with your other leg.
And you’re done just like that. Even though 10 minutes doesn’t seem like a lot of time, with these exercises you’ll do a lot. After you get used to them, we suggest an addition of another exercise like sit-ups.