The 7 Lazy Exercise That Works

1. Walking.


Walking is something you can do anywhere, anytime, with no equipment other than a good pair of shoes. Choose your favourite spots such as Shopping Malls, Parks or by the Seasides. Just simply walk and you can get your cardio going!

2. Interval training.


Whether you are walking, running or working out your own way of exercising. Try different timing of each sets. E.g: Walk faster after 10 minutes of normal walk, then continue walking without stopping or climbing stairs.

3. Squats.


Think of how you sit down in a chair, only the chair's not there. Do several sets and then try to hold the sitting position before you get up.

4. Lunges.


Like squats, lunges work all the major muscles of the lower body: gluteals, quadriceps, and hamstrings.

5. Push-ups.


This is the easiest exercise, that anyone can do. Do the normal easy push up to get best results for your arm, shoulder, chest and back. Spread your arm just as wide as your chest, hold on to the floor. Gently let the gravity pulls your body down to the floor and slowly push your body up.

6. Abdominal Crunches.


Lazy abdominal crunches work best. Try to rest flat on a good surface (good for your back), lift your leg in a push up position. Lift your head up, and a bit of your shoulder. Feel the crunch on your abs as you do this. Dont lift so high until you reach the knee, just enough until you feel the crunch. Remember, your back need to be as flat as possible.

To work the obliques are the same as normal crunch, except do the twist before you come up.

7. Bent-over Row.


The exercise is performed with one knee and one hand on the same side of the body braced on a bench with the back straight and parallel to the ground, and the other hand holding a weight with the arm extended. The weight is lifted towards the hip until elbow bends past 90° and the arm is in line with the back, then lowered to the original position.

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Comments

3 Responses to “The 7 Lazy Exercise That Works”

Patrick said...
12:39 AM

Another great post! I really enjoy your blog! I have always wondered if walking really is better for you than running. I stumbled on a great site that explained if you are consistent with running, it's far better. For the average person, however, who doesn't have a scheduled exercise time, walking for less than an hour is much more beneficial.

JBERG said...
8:29 AM

Are you really saying squats and lunges are for lazy people? These exercises are very strenuous!

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