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3 Simple Body Conditioning Exercises You Can Do At Home

To create a full proof workout plan that is going to challenge your body and fast track the process of losing weight, you need to know what body conditioning is all about. In this article we are going to introduce you to this concept and share simple exercises you can do at home.

What is body conditioning?

It's a workout regime that has been created to target all muscle groups in your body simultaneously. These are the type of exercises that will speed up the pace of your heart, make you lose calories and improve your stamina. Instead of performing an exercise which targets a specific area, you will be doing one which will most of your muscles engaged.

Bodyweight exercises

As the term entails, it's the type of exercises which depend on your body weight. No equipment is needed when performing such exercises unless you want to challenge yourself and increase the intensity. We have shared our top 5 bodyweight exercises below:

— Push-ups

— Squats

— mountain climbers

— Burpees

— Lunges

Strength training

Getting your body in shape is one thing, having the strength to show for it - it's a whole different flex. You can either make use of weights or bodyweight exercises, it all depends on accessibility. There are a couple of exercises which have been proven to work like a charm:

— Deadlifts

— Push-ups

— Bicep curls


Last but not list to complete our list of body conditioning exercises, it's the popular pilates workouts. Good for toning your muscles, improving posture and strength. You can get as creative as you like and change things around.

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