The Simple Yet Perfect Workout Routine

There are a million different varieties of workout routines to try out for your body. But there are some routines wherein you wouldn’t need those extra equipment or specific training. Hence, save your money by following this simple workout routine as mentioned below.

The Simple Yet Perfect Workout Routine Consists of –

Here are seven of the best exercises for athletes and fitness junkies looking for a simple and effective full-body workout.

#1 – Push-Ups

This might be old school, but it is very much effective. There’s a reason why the push-up is introduced to most folks in elementary school. IT works a wide range of muscles, though they primarily target the chest, triceps and core. Individuals typically lift about 60% of their body weight when completing a push-up.

#2 – Lunges

This simple exercise isn’t for the fitness weary. The exercise does triple duty by extensively working the quadriceps, the glutes and the hamstrings. You could also hold a dumbbell in each hand while performing the lunge.

#3 – Squats 

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 upper body if done with weight. Also, make sure to focus on both upper and lower body while performing squats.


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#4 – Burpees

This is complicated and maybe even a little silly; but burpees are one the best exercises that works for your complete body as a routine. 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. That’s a burpee. You can make the most out of it if you add a dumbbell in each hand.

Routine inclusive of weights –

#5 – Clean and Jerk

The clean and jerk is an explosive lift that targets a lot of useful muscles and can test your endurance. It’s the ultimate test of strength in the Olympic Games as well. Begin by snapping the weight to the torso until your arms are under the bar. In an explosive movement, push the bar over your head. This works on hamstrings, biceps, triceps, back, core, quadriceps and calves.

#6 – Pike Roll-out

Grab a Swiss ball (also known as exercise ball/stability ball). Get into a push-up position with your feet on top of the ball. Begin by using your core muscles to lift your butt into the air, over your torso. This is the pike portion of the exercise. As you bring your body back down, allow your body to move along the ball until it’s under your knees and your arms are now out in front of you. This is roll-out.

#7 – Deadlift

This is another old school lift that builds total body strength. It strengthens your back as well as calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, core and forearms. The goal is to pick up a weighted bar off the ground and bring it up to your thighs using your whole body.

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Navaneetha Suresh

Navaneetha Suresh

Navaneetha, commonly known as "nav", loves to read, play badminton, play the keyboard and sing but when she's not doing any of those, she loves to write. What started as a high school hobby to write is now her ongoing passion.

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