Everyone dreams of having the ideal body that they have always wanted. But the question is, how do we achieve it? We all know that the key to obtaining the body we long for is to eat healthy and exercise right. When we speak of "exercise," how do we know that we really do it right?
In this article, find out about the fitness exercises that you can try at the gym or even at home that will help you get your positive body image. They are easy-to-do exercises for you to follow. Let's begin, shall we?
Supermans is our target practice back, butt / hip and shoulder muscles. You do not need equipment for this, but if you prefer using a yoga mat then go ahead.
First of all, either lying on your stomach on the floor or yoga mat with your legs stretched out behind you. Your toes should be pointing at the wall right behind you. Place your hands over your head with your palms facing each other. Make sure you relax your neck with the head aligned with the spine.
Furthermore, breath. Deepen your abdominal muscles to maintain spinal alignment and very slowly and reached the second leg away from your body until your arms and legs a few inches off the floor (like you actually fly, like Superman). Make sure both hands and legs straight.
Finally, inhale and slowly lower your arms and legs to the starting position without moving your hips or lower back.
It is a practice that I am sure everyone is familiar with and has done a few times to practice them. It works your arms, shoulders and chest.
Go to the starting position with his hands and feet flat on the mat. Make sure your hands are under your shoulders. Engage your abdominal muscles and pull your shoulders down your back. Your feet should be together.
Slowly bend your elbows to make sure you lower your body to the floor at a steady pace. Keep your head aligned with your spine. Be careful that your lower back or ribs do not sag down. Try to lower myself to your chest or chin touch the mat or floor. If you can not, it's okay to go as low as you can afford to go.
Press yourself up using your arms and straighten your elbow. Always make sure that your head aligned with your spine. Repeat this action.
Sit-ups work the abdominal muscles.
First, lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
Place your hands behind your head and pull your shoulder blades together while keeping your elbows back. Realizing not arching your lower back. Your head should also be aligned with your spine throughout the whole exercise.
Exhale. Abdominal and core muscles contract and pull your ribs toward the lower body. Keep your neck relaxed. Hold this position for a few seconds.
Inhale and lower your upper body to the starting position, slowly and with control. Repeat.
Lunges focus on the abdominal muscles, buttocks / hips, thighs and legs.
Stand with your feet together with your shoulder blades upright. Stabilize your spine.
Slowly lift one leg off the floor, trying to maintain balance and move forward with the heel hitting the floor first. Shift your weight to the front foot.
Bend your front knee at least 90 degrees and keep your hips toward the floor. Keep your back straight and focus on the downward movement of your front foot.
Finally, push off with your legs in front, using the thigh and buttock muscles to return to the starting position.
The exercise has been described above is a basic exercise that can not really give you that positive body image that you desire. These exercises may be familiar to you and have a great impact on your body if done right religion when done in combination with healthy eating.