Burn Fat and Build Muscle from Your Living Room

Lay face up on the workout mat with your knees bent and your feet flat. your arms should be crossed at the chest. Your lower back should remain firmly pushed to the floor while you elevate your head and upper torso using your abs. After pausing with your shoulder blades about an inch or two above the ground, carefully resume your starting posture.

1. Crunch

With your arms by your sides, lie down. Set your knees at a 90-degree angle and lift your legs off the ground. Raise your pelvis such that it is practically in a string posture as it approaches your rib cage. As your knees approach your chin, your lower back should lift a few inches off the floor. After pausing, move cautiously back to your starting position.

2. Reverse Crunch

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Your hands should be tucked beneath your tailbone, and your legs should be extended. After straightening your legs so they are parallel to the floor, carefully bring them back down. One rep entails doing this.

3. Pulse Up

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Lay flat on the ground with your arms up in the air and your legs straight out in front of you. pull your legs off the ground while using your core to pull your torso up. Extend your arms toward your toes. Maintain a straight back. Return to your starting posture after pausing at full stretch.

4. V-up

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Lay faceup, knees bent, and feet firmly planted beneath a strong piece of furniture like a sofa or bed. Hold your hands behind your ears or cross your arms over your chest. By slowly lifting your upper body and flexing your spine using your abs, you may move your chest closer to your knees. Roll slowly back down.

5. Sit-up

With your toes pointed forward, stand with one leg three to four feet in front of the other. Keep your back straight. Put your hands on the back of your head. To lower yourself straight down, bend both knees until your front leg is at a 90-degree angle and your rear knee is a few inches off the ground. Go back to the beginning, then alternate between using your front and rear legs.

6. Split Squat

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With your knees bent, feet flat on the ground, and arms out to the sides, lie face up on an exercise mat. By exerting pressure through your feet, lift your hips until they are in a straight line from your knees to your upper torso. Return to the starting position gradually. 

7. Bridge

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Without the towel, sit back against a wall with your feet two feet in front of you. Kneel down a few inches, then stop and remain still for 30 seconds. Slide a couple more inches before stopping once more for another 30 seconds. As you descend till your butt is practically on the floor, stop another two or three times. The opening set has come to a conclusion.

8. Ski Squat

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