Warm-up (2 minutes)
- Jumping jacks
- High knees
- Butt kicks
- Arm circles
Workout (7 minutes)
- Squats: 15 repetitions
- Push-ups: 10 repetitions
- Lunges: 10 repetitions per leg
- Crunches: 15 repetitions
- Plank: 30 seconds
Cool-down (1 minute)
You can adjust the number of repetitions and sets depending on your fitness level. If you are a beginner, start with 10 repetitions of each exercise and 2 sets. As you get stronger, you can increase the number of repetitions and sets.
You can also modify the exercises to make them easier or more challenging. For example, if push-ups are too difficult, you can do them on your knees. Or, if lunges are too easy, you can hold dumbbells in your hands.
Be sure to listen to your body and take breaks when needed. And don’t forget to warm up before your workout and cool down afterwards.
Here are some tips for getting the most out of your 10-minute full-body workout:
- Focus on form over speed. It is better to do a few exercises correctly than to do many exercises incorrectly.
- Breathe deeply and evenly throughout your workout.
- Challenge yourself, but don’t overexert yourself.
- Make sure to include a variety of exercises in your workout to target all of the major muscle groups.
- Be consistent with your workouts. Even a short workout every day is better than no workout at all.
With a little effort, you can get a great workout in just 10 minutes.