One thing Lindi and I can really agree on is our love for fitness and healthy living. Although we've both been kicked out of the gym (being 18 and an 'adult' definitely has it's downfalls) we still enjoy working out and telling each other about new workouts we've found online.
You don't need fancy machines to look good...and if not having a gym membership is your excuse for being lazy then you better start looking for a new excuse after you've read this. The rest of you who just keep complaining about how you just don't have time, don't worry we've got your back because this quick routine just have 6 exercises, so stop being lazy and go find those dusty takkies you've got hidden in your shoe cupboard.
If you're STILL complaining about how hard it is, then I only have one last thing to say to you....matter of fact it's a quote and it goes like this " I hated every minute of training, but I said 'don't quite. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.' "- Muhammad Ali.
These are Burpees, they do burn and hurt after awhile but trust us when we say they are definitely good for you. You start upright and drop to the floor in a plank position for about 2seconds and then squat back up until you're upright again, and then repeat. They target your chest, quads, glutes, hamstrings, and abs... Did someone say full body workout? Try do 20 of these, 30 if you're up for the challenge.
These are called Wall Sit squats and to tell you the truth, these are my absolute favourite. Yes, it burns a hell of a lot but nothing comes cheap. It's pretty self explanatory, press yourself against the wall in a sitting position and hold that pose for at least a minute, it's okay if you can't at first, but just keep trying.
The next move is a plank... all you have to do is hold the postion you see us doing for at least 45seconds to a minute. Try doing 3 reps of these. This move targets your abs, back, shoulders, chest, quads.
Knee pull-ins help target your abs. Start in Lindi's position and make sure you end up in my position by extending your legs straight outwards, these should be quick movements and try to do 25 a rep. Do at least 3 reps.
The trustworthy squats are next, not much of an explanation needed here. Squats are excellent for the quads and glutes. PLEASE make sure your knees DO NOT go in front of your toes, this is very bad for your joints. If you're a beginner try do 25 of these, if not a beginner then do 50 of these and when you're ready just increase the workout by adding 10more sets each time.
A nice exercise to end things with is a good cardio workout for everyone, Jumping jacks. It's a cardio workout so it definitely helps burn off fat. Start with 50 of these and just like the squats, increase by 10 sets each time.