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Standing morning workout for beginners

8-Minute Standing Morning Workout for Fat Loss

The health choices you make every day mostly depend on your morning habits.

You’re more likely to maintain a healthy diet and stay active all day if you make healthy choices in the morning.

Luckily, maintaining healthy morning habits doesn’t have to feel like torture. You can exercise every morning without waking up earlier than you normally do.

You only need to spare 10 minutes to do workouts like the one below. This effortless workout activates every muscle in your body and keeps your body in fat-burning mode all day.

For this standing workout to be effective, perform it at high intensity and avoid taking long rests.

It’s also important to learn proper form before doing the workout. Read the instructions and watch the demonstrations below the video.

Standing Morning Workout for Fat Loss

If you want to lose stubborn fat and build lean muscle without lifting heavy weights, do this standing morning workout for fat loss.  #standing #morning #workout #focusfitness

Here’s a breakdown of the 8-minute standing morning workout for fat loss:

Invisible Jump Rope – 40 Seconds

Rest 15 Seconds

Plie Squat on Toes – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Up and Out Jacks – 60 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Standing Pike Crunch – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Sumo Jump Squat – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Power Knees – 60 Seconds (30 Seconds Each Side)

Rest 20 Seconds

Arm Cross Side Lunges – 60 Seconds

Invisible Jump Rope

Jumping rope offers terrific benefits. It builds cardiovascular endurance, burns fat, and increases muscle mass.

You don’t have to miss out on these benefits because you don’t have a jump rope. Simply jump an invisible rope.

Jump with speed and maintain an upright posture to get the most out of this exercise.

How to do invisible jump ropes

Plie Squat on Toes

Plie squats on toes are amazing because they build the stubborn calf muscles and improve inner thigh flexibility. This exercise also activates your quads, glutes, and hamstrings.

Keep your torso upright while doing this exercise.

How to do plie squats on toes

Up and Out Jacks

You must improve your balance and coordination, as you grow older. This exercise will help you gain both.

Perform it as fast as possible and land on the balls of your feet to avoid straining your ankles.

How to do Up and Out Jacks

Standing Pike Punch

Standing pike crunches activate your abs, shoulders, and hamstrings. Raise your legs high in each rep to loosen your hamstrings.

Never do this exercise without warm-up because it can cause a painful hamstring injury.

How to do Standing Pike Crunches

Sumo Jump Squat

You’ve probably done this exercise before if you’ve been following my workouts. It activates the all lower body muscles and the core.

Engaging your arms also increases circulation in the upper body and builds shoulder muscles.

Power Knees

Power knees build balance while activating your lower and upper body muscles.

Keep the supporting knee slightly bent and perform this exercise as fast as possible.

How to do Power Knees

Arm Cross Side Lunges

Arm cross side lunges mainly target your quads, hamstrings, and glutes. Crossing your arms will activate your shoulder muscles.

A wide side stride will allow you to lunge properly without your knee extending past the toes. Also, keep your torso upright.

How to do Arm Cross Side Lunges

Do you want to do fat-burning short workouts every morning? If so, you have to follow the fat blaster sequence.

This sequence has helped thousands of men and women experience miraculous transformations in just 4 weeks.

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