5 Easy Workouts Your Body Will Love

Looking for motivation? Or maybe just somewhere to start? These beginner workouts were made just for you. All of them are less than 45 minutes, and all you’ll need is a set of dumbbells! Trust me, your body will thank you for these workouts.

Total Body Burn


5 minute cardio warmup — Walk, jog, jump rope, bike, it doesn’t matter! Just get your heart rate up and get that gorgeous glisten on your forehead

5 minutes of stretching — make sure to hit calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, triceps, back, chest.

SUPERSET 1

1a) Standing Lunge + Bicep Curl (5 on each leg, 10 total)

1b) Incline Push-Up + Glute kickback (10)

**Repeat this superset 3 times**

SUPERSET 2

2a) Squat Jumps (10)

2b) Mountain Climbers (10/side)

**Repeat this superset 3 times**

SUPERSET 3

3a) Burpees (10)

3b) Plank (30 seconds)

**Repeat this superset 3 times**

5 minute cool-down stretch: make sure to stretch your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, chest, and back. This is important to prevent injury and aid in recovery.

Upper Body Blast


5 minute cardio warmup — Walk, jog, jump rope, bike, it doesn’t matter! Just get your heart rate up and get that gorgeous glisten on your forehead

5 minutes of stretching — make sure to hit calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, triceps, back, chest.

Push-up + spiderman ab crunch (3 sets of 10/each)

Overhead shoulder press (3 sets of 12)

Bent over dumbbell row + Shoulder fly (3 sets of 10/each)

Overhead tricep extension (3 sets of 15)

Bicep curl (3 sets of 12)

5 minute cool-down stretch: make sure to stretch your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, chest, and back. This is important to prevent injury and aid in recovery.

Lower Body Builder


5 minute cardio warmup — Walk, jog, jump rope, bike, it doesn’t matter! Just get your heart rate up and get that gorgeous glisten on your forehead

5 minutes of stretching — make sure to hit calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, triceps, back, chest.

Walking lunges (3 sets of 10/leg)

Walking side squats (3 sets of 12 each way)

Elevated hip thrusters (3 sets of 15)

Hip thrusters (3 sets of 20)

Calf raises (3 sets of 20)

5 minute cool-down stretch: make sure to stretch your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, chest, and back. This is important to prevent injury and aid in recovery.

Cardio & Core Crunch Time


5 minute cardio warmup — Walk, jog, jump rope, bike, it doesn’t matter! Just get your heart rate up and get that gorgeous glisten on your forehead

5 minutes of stretching — make sure to hit calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, triceps, back, chest.

CORE SUPERSET

1a)  Leg raise (10)

1b) Bicycle crunches (15/side)

1c) Back extensions (30)

1d) Plank (30 seconds)

**Repeat Superset 3 times**

HIIT CARDIO: Again, it doesn’t matter what cardio you’re doing, as long as your heart rate is elevated! You’ll only have 2 levels today: easy, and hard. You decide what is your easy, and what is your hard.

1 min: easy

30 seconds: hard

Repeat this 8 times, for a total of 12 minutes!

5 minute cool-down stretch: make sure to stretch your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, chest, and back. This is important to prevent injury and aid in recovery.

Complete Crusher


5 minute cardio warmup — Walk, jog, jump rope, bike, it doesn’t matter! Just get your heart rate up and get that gorgeous glisten on your forehead

5 minutes of stretching — make sure to hit calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, triceps, back, chest.

30 seconds work, 30 seconds of rest, 4 times for each of the following exercises, with a 1 minute rest between exercises:

  1. Goblet Squats
  2. Dynamic planks + shoulder taps
  3. Burpees
  4. Toe touches
  5. Push-ups 
  6. Bent-over dumbbell rows
  7. Jump-rope or Jumping Jacks

5 minute cool-down stretch: make sure to stretch your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, shoulders, chest, and back. This is important to prevent injury and aid in recovery.

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