A 25-Minute Workout That Works For Your Whole Body-Head To Toe

25 minute workout

Having a busy routine and searching for a little yet rigorous workout routine? Continue reading to know a simple yet beneficial 25-minute workout you can do at home within a few minutes.

The pandemic has left many of us confused and lazy about our workout routines. It is hard to search and plan a perfect workout routine that consumes less time and works for your entire body.

You might have tried several workouts that are amazing yet demand a lot more time than you have.

Here is a 25-minute workout routine that will work for your entire body without any machine or equipment:

1) High knees:

Begin with standing straight with your feet hip-width apart. Keep your chest straight and feet firm on the ground. Now, lift your right leg such that your knees reach up to your chest and vice versa. Do this for 5 minutes.

2) Squat Jumps:

This is similar to your regular squats. All you need to do is after you squat; jump up as high as you can before straightening your legs and standing on your feet again.

Keep your back along with your chest straight while doing this exercise. Repeat this exercise for 5 minutes.

3) Mountain Climbers:

Start by positioning your body in the plank position as usual and then alternately bring your knees towards your chest. Do this in such a way that your hips are flat and parallel to the ground.

Repeat this for 5 minutes for the best results.

4) Reverse Lunges-Knee lifts:

Start by standing with your feet about your shoulder-width apart. Step backward in such a way that you land on the ball of your foot and bend your knees such that they make a 90-degree angle.

Now, stand up as you lift your left knee up to your chest. Repeat this on the right and vice versa. Do this exercise for 2 minutes a day.

5) 8-10 Long Jumps:

Do a long jump the length of your mat, and then step back to your starting position. This might take 3 minutes on a total of 8-10 jumps.

6) Side planks:

Begin by lying down your right side, legs straight, and right arm directly beneath your shoulders. Lift your hips and your upper body with the support of your arm.

Stay in the position for 30 seconds and repeat this on the other side.

7) Plank:

Begin with lifting your body with all your fours i.e., the feet and hands held pressed firmly against the ground. Make sure you don’t bend your knees and your body is straight. Hold in this position for 30 seconds and vice versa.

8) High Knee Toe Taps:

To do this exercise, you need a chair to be placed in front of you. Now stand in front of the chair and place your hands on your hips.

Tap your left foot on the chair and then tap the right similar to how you climb through the staircase but a little higher so that your feet touch the chair.

Keep your back straight and make sure you don’t bend any part of your body while doing this exercise. Repeat this for 3 minutes on a daily basis.

This workout seems easy, isn’t it?

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