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The “Best 6 Steps” On How To Get An Amazing Full-Body Workout At Home Or In The Beach

Not everyone can afford those high gym fees and still, that should not preclude them from getting the benefits of a full-body workout. It is possible to get a full-body workout at home using only the items found in almost any household.
The venerable Jack La Lane has been doing it for years. Trying to teach us how to use what we have to get our bodies into shape. The body itself is one of the tools you will be using in this full-body workout routine. Stay-at-home moms and others will enjoy being able to get a jumpstart on losing weight, tightening, and toning the body.
 
After just a few weeks you will marvel at just how well this program works.
 
You will need:
 
A large towel
2 small towels
Thick books
 These are the only workout equipment you will need along with your own body.
 
Step 1
For the legs, you will do squats. Retrieve one of the jugs. Standing with feet shoulder-width apart and holding the jug close to the chest now slowly lower your body to the squat position. At the same time, you are slowly forcing the jug out in front of you by extending your arms. This is done in three sets of twelve and a minute between each set for rest.
 
Step 2
Fill the jugs with water. Only fill one halfway and the other two to the top. The full jugs will weigh about 8 pounds and the half jug is your four-pound weight. Make sure the books you choose are hardcovers, thick, and that the cover is not slippery.

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Step 3
You will need to warm up your muscles with a series of stretches and you can also do what is known as a runner or burpee. This exercise is done from a standing position, now bend over from the waist and touch the floor. Kick your legs behind you so that you are in the flank position. It should look like you are beginning a push-up. Now quickly bring one foot up and alternate. This looks like you are running in place. Do ten repetitions.
 
Return to the standing position. Put your hands to your waist then raise them overhead, looking pretty much like you are signaling a good goal. Repeat this whole routine 5 times, this is considered your first set. You will do three sets with a one-minute rest between sets.
 
Step 4
This is where you do the bodywork and get into the Pushup position. Go through the following series of movements, push up, crabwalk to the left, and back to the right. Push up again and go into a downward-facing dog yoga position. Repeat this 6-8 times per set for 5 sets.
 
Step 5
Take a full jug standing with legs split. You will now go into a lunge placing the jug on the outside hip. Next lunge to the opposite side bringing the jug around to rest on the other hip. Repeat motion for 12 reps, rest, and begin again for a total of 3 sets of 12. You can also perform the lunges in a walking motion using a controlled motion to alternate the full jug from one side to the other.
 
Step 6
For the final part of the routine, you need a slippery surface. Use the large towel to thread into the handle on a full jug. Bring the jug up to rest on your upper back using the ends of the towel to hold it there. Both ends should be over a shoulder and held in front of you. Now using the small towel make a sort of skate for yourself and alternating legs and push yourself around the room without lifting your feet from the towels.
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