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7-minute workout for beginners

Full Body 7-Minute Workout for Beginners (No Equipment Needed)

Can you transform your body exercising for only 7 minutes a day?

Yes! You can burn stubborn fat and build lean muscle using short workouts. But you need to stay consistent with your workouts.

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Today’s workout is breathtaking. It has exercises you have never done before and it activates every muscle group.

Do this workout twice a day if you want to transform your body rapidly. Remember to combine it with other full body workouts.

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7-Minute Workout for Beginners

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Here’s a breakdown of the 7-minute workout for beginners:

Pendulum Swings – 60 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Up and Out Jacks – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Side Crunch – 40 Seconds

Flutter Kicks – 40 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Glute Bridges – 50 Seconds

Rest 15 Seconds

Narrow Squat to Side Kick – 50 Seconds

Rest 20 Seconds

Forward Lunge with Twist – 50 Seconds

Pendulum Swings

This simple warm-up exercise will get the blood flowing through your muscles, joints, and ligaments. As a result, you’ll have a lower risk of injury.

Keep your ankles loose and land on the balls of your feet.

How to do Pendulum Swings

Up and Out Jacks

Up and out jacks are more fun than jumping jacks. They require more coordination and work your entire body.

Remember to keep your abs tight while doing this exercise. Do this exercise as fast as possible without messing your form.

How to do Up and Out Jacks

Side Crunches

You’ve probably done crunches before but have you tried this variation? It activates the rectus abdominis and oblique muscles.

Make sure you lift your upper back off the floor in each rep. Also, control your motion while doing this exercise.

How to do Side Crunches

Flutter Kicks

A great exercise for activating your lower abs. Lower your feet until they almost touch the floor and raise about 70 degrees off the floor.

Place your hands under your butt to reduce the pressure on your lower back.

How to do Flutter kicks or scissor crunches

Glute Bridges

Glute bridges are one of those exercises you should do every day. This exercise builds your butt muscles, strengthens your lower body, and eases lower back pain.

Raise your hips as high as possible in each rep. Squeeze your butt for two seconds at the top before lowering it.

How to do glute bridges

Narrow Squat to Side Kick

Did you know that narrow squats are more challenging than regular squats? They require more balance.

Adding a kick to this exercise even makes it more rewarding. Keep your kicks as high as possible.

How to do Narrow Squat to Side Kick

Forward Lunge with Twist

Lunges activate the hamstrings, quads, calves, and glutes. The twist will activate your oblique muscles.

How to do Forward Lunge with Twist

This workout will definitely improve your fitness and allow you to perform advanced home exercises.

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