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(Editor’s Note: Check with your physician before undertaking any exercise routine.)
The chaotic new year has arrived. Exercising at least 30 minutes a day is an overwhelming thought, but, hey, shouldn’t a resolution be just that? While I truly believe the best workout results come from getting out of the house or office and into the gym, I know there are days an alternative option is necessary.
Here are five metabolism-boosting exercises that can be performed using minimal space and equipment. (Try each exercise at 3 sets,15 repetitions per set)
These exercises are great for your entire kinetic chain. The workout shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes to perform if you move at an average pace and take no more than 60-90 seconds to recover between sets. his is a perfect back up plan to use on days you are short on workout time and can’t get to a gym. Happy Healthy 2013!
(Fitness instructor Kiley Schoenfelder was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 8. She operates her own independent fitness company, K FIT NYC. Kiley holds two certificates from the National Academy of Sports Medicine: Corrective Exercise Specialist and Certified Personal Trainer.)
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