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The Benefits Of Using Your Own Body Weight To Exercise!
Health & Fitness
Short bursts of exercise: high intense body weight exercise has recently been proven to be more effective than using machines at the gym. Switching between machines is wasted time and you can go much faster at home . Keep your body guessing. Your own weight is the cheapest exercise equipment.
Strength and cardio: Combining cardio with your strength bodyweight training will keep your heart rate up whilst encouraging strength development and muscle build. Simply add a set of jumping jack in between strength reps and you will see the difference shortly.
Burns fat quicker: If you are looking to not only build muscle but lose few pounds too, bodyweight training is the answer. As little as 15 minutes per day will kick your metabolism like nothing else ever has. Add some burpees to your workout routine and see the difference for yourself!
Core strength: Bodyweight training engages all these muscles and the results translate into better posture, improved core strength and improved athletic performance.
Increased flexibility: Did you know that yoga is a form of bodyweight exercising?
Now think about all the flexibility that comes with yoga. Bodyweight training takes you through a wide range of motion so joints move freely while the risk of injury gets reduced to a minimum.
Improved balance: Bodyweight squats turned into pistol squats (single leg) are the perfect example of exercises that require control and body awareness, improving thus your balance.
Inexpensive: We all know just how expensive gym memberships can be. Depending on the facilities and range of machines they provide, the price goes up. There are discounts and sales for gym memberships but do you really need another direct debit going out of your account each month?