Smart watch women
Busy life. Between work, errands, and family obligations, it can be hard to find time for exercise. But what if I told you that you could do a heartbeat exercise in five minutes? The key is to train intelligently. So before you start, set a timer on your BP Doctor Watch and be ready to make the most of every second.
I prefer quality to quantity. Most people make the mistake of trying to squeeze in as much time as possible, either by cobbling together a few different exercises to target a few parts of the body, or doing high-intensity cardio, thinking that's the only way to squeeze in time. These methods don't make the best use of your time and may even cause harm. Instead, I suggest focusing on one or two parts of your body in a meaningful way. Even if it only takes five minutes, your muscles will be exhausted. This is real progress.If you decide to exercise one part of your body, 5 minutes is enough time to do 4 sets of exercises. Work the lower body? Do a reverse lunge - do four sets of 15 reps on each leg, resting for 30 seconds after each set.
If you're feeling bold and looking for more of a challenge, add a body part. Do 15-20 sets of parker brace on top of the back lunges. Each set should be able to do three sets before reaching the five-minute goal. Then, when you find yourself with five minutes left later in the week, you can challenge yourself to overtrain and work the other two parts of your body.
Here are some of my suggestions for superset pairing. Do 3 sets of 10 to 15 reps, or do the best you can in your 5 minutes. Choose your pairings based on what you want to hit.
1. Quadriceps and core: reverse lunges and flexion supports
2.Hamstrings and middle/upper back: Dumbbell stiff leg lifts and dumbbell rows
3. Triceps and glutes/lower back: Triceps extension and hip thrust while dumbbell is lying flat.
4. Oblique and biceps: Dumbbell side bend and dumbbell hammer biceps bend.