Are you looking for a workout routine that is easy to follow and doesn’t require any equipment? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will discuss a simple workout routine that can be done at home with no equipment required. So whether you are a beginner or an experienced fitness enthusiast, this routine is for you! Let’s get started.
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What you need: Two dumbbells or kettlebells of different weights (light enough so that they don’t hurt your arms after a few reps), one medium-sized weight plate about the size/weight of two fistfuls of rice each time, and some space on the floor.
The Workout: Perform each exercise for the prescribed number of repetitions, resting for 60 seconds between exercises. Complete three rounds in total.
Dumbbell Bench Press – 12 reps
Kettlebell Swings – 25 reps
Weight Plate Reverse Lunges – 15 reps (each leg)
Dumbbell Hammer Curls – 15 reps (each arm)
Dumbbell Shrugs – 25 reps
Here is what your completed Workout Routine should look like: Workout Routine for Beginners at Home. Thanks! 🙂
Working out at home can be difficult if you are just starting. However, there is an easy workout routine that will have your fitness improving in no time! This simple yet effective plan was created by Gymnation for those who want their workouts to do more than make them feel good – it also works towards building muscle and losing fat so they look great on the outside as well.
The best part about this particular circuit training strategy? It’s ready-to go whenever boredom strikes or motivation wanes; meaning I don’t need any equipment other than my body (and maybe some light weights).
I’m going to take you through each exercise now.
Dumbbell Bench Press – You’ll want a weight that allows around 12 reps, so if you’re starting out with dumbbells then choose a light pair. Lie flat on your back on the bench with feet planted firmly on the ground, shoulder-width apart and about two fists apart from each other. Grasp the dumbbells with an overhand grip at chest level – keep elbows down as if you were just doing a push-up (palms facing up). Slowly lower both weights until they touch your upper chest and then return them to starting position by pushing upwards using only your triceps muscles (the backs of arm). If you find this too easy, increase the weight.
Kettlebell Swings – The kettlebell swing is one of my favorite exercises for a full-body workout. It torches calories and works your core like no other exercise can. Place feet hip-width apart and hold the kettlebell with two hands between your legs. Keep your back straight, core engaged and push your hips back as you squat down to pick up the kettlebell. Swing it forward between your legs, then thrust your hips forward to propel the kettlebell up to shoulder height. Reverse the motion, driving through your heels to lower the weight between your legs again.
Weight Plate Reverse Lunges – This is a great unilateral exercise that will sculpt your legs and glutes. For this move, you’ll need a weight plate (or any other medium-sized weight). Hold the weight at arm’s length by your side, then step backward with one foot and lower your body until both knees are bent to about 90 degrees. Keep your front knee in line with your toes, and drive your heel into the ground to push yourself back to the starting position. Make sure you lunge with both legs for equal reps.