Media has done enough harm to everyday people and their idea of what leading a healthy life is. Every day we see commercials for weight loss products or devices that will somehow magically make you look slim. But there is more to weight loss than taking a magical pill or wearing a vibration-fueled west that will melt your body fat. Genetics are also take part in how you look and if you aren’t genetically predisposed to have a slim body, you probably won’t. That or I will take a lot more than jogging a couple of times to get that fit body. Another wrong idea about muscle building and body loss exercises is that you need a gym to perform them. But this is just another way of the economy trying to make use of your hard earned money. Here is a list of exercises that you can do at home without any gadgets from the gym.
Step One-Get Yourself a Pull up Bar.
Instead of spending money on the gym and their programs, you can save that money and get all the equipment that you need to create your gym. Look for a decent pull-up bar on Amazon or anywhere online. This is all you’ll need for a variety of exercises for building biceps, triceps, chest and six pack. Looking for a great mid body strengthening exercise? Put your hands on the bar a bit wider than your shoulder width- a fist of two. Now, join your legs and raise them so that they are completely horizontally aligned. Try doing pull ups in this position pulling the body without losing the form. By keeping your legs static in that position, you’ll be working on your six pack, mid-torso section, back, biceps and chest.
Combine this above-mentioned exercise with standard or a type of push-ups, sit-ups, and dips and you got yourself a program for the month. For example, start with pull-ups (10 to 15 in one rep), then immediately continue to push-ups, then sit-ups and finally finish it with dips. Take not more than one minute of rest, only to catch your breath then repeat the process. In the beginning, you’ll stop at three or four round if you persistent. Afterward, you may increase either the number of reps per exercise type of the number of series.