Sometimes workouts can be more trouble than they are worth; requiring you to have needed equipment, a certain locale or the right skills to make sure you do it effectively. All that hassle can make your will to do the workouts a little less than stellar sometimes and when that happens you won’t be able to get the exercise you need to maintain your weight and manly physique. So how can you combat that? These exercises can be done anywhere, at any time without requiring anything more than your will to do them.
The Tucking Jump Exercise
This exercise allows you to utilize your abdominal and leg muscles to help strengthen them while getting your heart rate up. Start the exercise by standing with your legs shoulder’s width apart, knees slightly bent and your abs clenched tight. Then, jump straight up into the air as high as you can go while trying to tuck your knees into your chest and then come back down on the balls of your feet with your knees slightly bent again. As soon as you land jump up again. Repeat this exercise for a rep of 10, take a one minute break and then repeat another rep of 10 jumps.
The Squatting Jump Exercise
This exercise requires you to use not only your abdominal and leg muscles, but your arm muscles as well. Start with your feet shoulder’s width apart and crouching into a squat where your thighs are at the same angle as the floor; tuck your hands behind your head, lacing the fingers together and tighten your abdominal muscles. Next, jump straight up in the air as high as you can go and then return to down to the balls of your feet before going into your next jump. Repeat this exercise for a rep of 10, take a one minute break and then repeat another rep of 10 jumps.
The Chest-High Jump Running Exercise
This exercise gets your heart rate up in no time while using a variety of muscles in the process. Start the exercise by running in place, trying to get each knee up as high as it can go as you ounce from foot to foot. You want to propel yourself forwards and upwards so that you get as high of a jump as possible while getting your knees up to chest high. Repeat this exercise for a rep of 10, take a one minute break and then repeat another rep of 10 jumps.