Sometimes 30 minutes is all you have in a day to burn out some unwanted calories and get your cardiovascular health to another level. To many, the most effective workout that ensures both your health and your time is hitting the gym. Is this the most effective 30 minute workout you can try? Well, I believe not! There is more you could ideally do with these 30 minutes to ensure maximum fitness with the least possible effort and cost. This workout facilitates you burn more calories without using any equipment. The main idea is to create a series of workouts that you can alternate while you coordinate your strains and your timeouts.
Running is another non equipment exercise that is easy to handle and manage yourself without a trainer. You could either begin with a quarter-mile or half-mile run depending on how you are comfortable. Alternatively, you could find a flight of stairs that you can easily run along. Periodically time yourself for 1 minute, relax 30 seconds then take another minute run. Keep in mind that you will do a set, and then one set of 10 complete runs is 15 minutes. Half of exactly the time we have!
So, you could as well infuse with some jogging you will have adequately worked out enough. As well, if still motivated you can take a half of the set or another set to completely utilize the 30 minutes we have.
With these workouts you are basically trying to keep fit and a lot of focus is to maintain a clear spinal line as well as a waist. You should do a set (let’s keep it 10) of burpees as well as a set of V sit–ups ensuring your legs are at maximum stretch when you try to raise your upper body.
Then you could try another whole complete set of different approach. You could reduce the set to 7. Try squats, lunges, high knee, scissor jumps and push-ups independently. Or if you are good in coordination, you could infuse any of the two workouts independently, maybe squats and lunges (that was my best coordination).
After a complete set of each of the above workouts, you should set achievable rounds for you to ensure you strain less.
This is the kind of workout that you strictly follow the clock. Try a 20 minute interval of 10 squats, and then 5 push-ups, then 10 tuck jumps and 5 burpees and rest when it is really appropriate.
As well for like 15 consecutive minutes you could try 15push-ups with 15 squats, or 20 mountain climbers each side as well as 20 lunges with 10 each leg. This is completely important to only rest when important to achieve maximum workout results.
Ideally, the purpose of these workouts is to ensure that you can fully get physically fit without any gym equipment as well as you can do it from home at no costs. Most of the workouts are a great tool to getting a great flat belly as well as a healthy heart. Amazingly these workouts are doable with determination and results are tremendous after a few weeks of workouts. So I still find no excuse for being unfit.