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The Best 5-Minute Full Body Home Workout Routine (No Equipment)

If you’re too busy with work, school, or family life, this short full body workout will get you in the best shape of your life.

Full body workouts are great since they burn lots of calories in a short period.

They also target different muscle groups, which helps increase muscle fast.

The truth is you don’t need to work out for hours to stay fit. You just need to do short workouts consistently.

If you struggle with workout consistency, attach this full body workout to something you do every day like brushing your teeth or getting out of bed.

Avoid taking long rests while doing this workout. A 10-second rest is ideal.

Remember to maintain proper form while doing these exercises to avoid injuries.

5-Minute Full Body Home Workout

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Standing Elbow to Crunch

This exercise will activate your core and leg muscles. It also helps improve your balance.

How to Do Standing Elbow to Knee

How to perform

Stand upright and keep your feet hip-width apart. Place both hands behind your head.

Lift the right knee as you simultaneously lower the left elbow. Crunch in until the knee touches the elbow and then return to starting position.

Now, raise the left knee until it touches the right elbow. Keep alternating legs after each rep.

Burpees

Don’t skip burpees because they’re challenging, they’re one of the best full body exercises. They activate your arms, shoulders, legs, core, and glutes.

You can even get in great shape using burpees alone.

How to do Burpees

How to perform

Start in the push-up position and then kick your feet toward your arms.

Quickly stand up and then jump as you clap your hands over your head.

Return to the push-up position and keep repeating this movement.

You can make burpees more rewarding by doing a push-up before kicking your feet.

Side Lunges Toe Touch

Side lunges strengthen the leg and butt muscles. This variation will also activate the arms, shoulders, and core muscles.

side lunges

How to perform

Stand upright and keep feet wider than shoulder-width.

Lunge to the left side, at the same time, bend forward and touch your left toes with the right arm.

Rise to return to starting position and then lunge to the right side.

Remember to keep your back straight while bending forward.

Also, make sure the knee doesn’t extend past your toes.

Reverse Lunge with Kick

This exercise doesn’t just build your glute and leg muscles, it improves your balance since you have to support your body with one leg.

How to perform

Stand upright and keep your feet together. Place your hands on your hips.

Step backward with the left foot and then bend both knees to get in the lunge position. Make sure the front knee doesn’t extend past the toes.

Rise and lift the left foot off the floor then quickly kick it forward before returning it to starting position.

Repeat that movement with the right leg and alternate legs after each rep.

Squats

Chances are you’ve done squats before. They help build the butt, quadriceps, hamstrings and lower back muscles.

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How to perform

Stand upright and keep your feet shoulder-width apart.

Lower your butt as if you’re going to sit on a chair. Squat as deep as flexibility allows.

Rise to return to starting position.

While squatting, keep your back straight and make sure your knees don’t extend past the toes.

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