Quick Full Body Workouts For Revving Up Your Physical Fitness

Engaging in regular physical activity can have long-term health benefits including becoming fit physically and improved stamina. It seems doing regular full body workouts may seem tedious and time-consuming but it’s not.

These quick short full body workouts, you’ll be able to do it in less than 10 minutes a day. Everyone needs exercise or some form of physical activity.

So, no more excuses as these workouts can be done at home, or even while traveling inside your hotel room.

Short High Intensity Workouts

Back in the day when people were working using manual labor, physical activity was not an issue.

However, as our society become modernize and progressed, many of the jobs turned manual labor into automated machines.

This industrial progression makes productivity efficient, but it also takes a toll. The majority of the employees these days are sedentary. They barely move and simply sit for long hours, which is bad for long-term health.

The combined result sedentary state plus unhealthy eating habit have negative consequences such as heart disease, Type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and stroke to name a few.

James A. Levine, author of the book GET UP – Why Your Chair is Killing You and What You Can Do About It says sitting is the new smoking. There are health risks in sitting for long hours without any physical activities.

The CDC provide a set guidelines about how much physical activities a person should have regularly.

These guidelines include physical activity for children, adult, and senior individuals. The guidelines are easy to achieve and follow along.

All that is needed to do is to get started. Get started little by little and make it a habit. Eventually, you’ll be making progress to more intensive activities resulting to better physical fitness and stamina.

Here are some of the benefits performing regular physical activity;

Here, watch this inspirational video from CDC about getting started with physical activity without requiring a gym membership and expensive exercise equipment.

The good news, there are lots of exercises to help counter the lack of physical activity on modern individuals.

However, when one think of exercise it means long hours of workouts in the gym lifting weights, hours of running on the treadmill and cardiovascular workouts.

The limited time for most individuals make it impossible to perform the exercise at the gym, or do it home with physical fitness program like CrossFit or insanity workout.


My personal favorite short and quick yet provides a full body workout is the 7-minute scientific workout. The workout was designed to exercise the entire body using only the body’s weight in less than 10 minutes.

There are 12 sets of exercises, and one is free to repeat the entire sets as many times as possible.

However, if you are just beginning, it is advisable to do it once. Although, the exercises seem to be easy just by looking at it, performing it is a different story.

Simply by dedicating 7 minutes a day of your time, performing the exercise is doable unless you have a lot alibi not to do so, or laziness is taking over.

Overcome laziness and hesitancy just by getting started. If it is too intense, perform one exercise at a time until it will become easy to perform the entire set flawlessly.

This 7-minute workout is equivalent to half an hour of cardiovascular workout. It was first introduced published in May/June 2013 by ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal.

The workout seems to be a newly created short intense workout, but same workouts are already existing like Dr. Oz 7 minute workout routine. There are numerous other less than 10-minute workout routines, which will be presented below using videos.

Yes, there are lots of these short high-intensity cardio workouts, you just need one. There is no need to perform them all. Just choose one that you are comfortable doing and stick to it until you are good at it.

Then, later move on to more intense and advanced workouts.

7 Minute Scientific Workout

Various 7-8 Minute Intense Full Body Workouts

Simple 7-Minute Beginner Workout

Dr. Oz 7 Minute Morning Workout

7 Minute Plank Workout

7 Minute Easy Full Body Workout

8 Minute Full Body Workout

10 Minute Intense Workouts

10 Minute Fat Blast Workout

10 Minute Cardio Quickie Workout With Jessica Smith

10 Minute High Intensity Workout

10 Minute No Equipment Home Full Body Workout

10 Minute Full Body Workout With Holly Perkins

Certainly, there are many other numerous amazing short workout guides out there, but the ones that are here hopefully can help you get started engaging in regular workouts.

Previously, I’ve mentioned workouts like power squats, kettlebell workout, and even yoga, but the short intense workouts here are far more doable for the majority of individuals out there who have hectic daily schedules.

Commitment

Experts found that regular exercise can help boost testosterone levels in men, although the increase is not permanent, but one thing is clear making exercise a habit is very important in order to get its long-term benefits.

Another great thing about being committed to performing the exercise it makes working out easy and effortless.

Commitment To Exercise Daily

Each year, this is at this time when the majority of people set their new year’s resolution. If you are among those people who are habitually writing your new year’s resolution, include a commitment to perform the exercise every day in your list priorities.

Pick any of the short intense full body workouts we have mentioned above, and stick to it for 30 days. The first 30 days can be very difficult, but once you passed that period it starts to become a habit. Others take around 90 days to form a whole new habit, but some are able to form a new habit within 30 days.

Men doing penis enlargement knows how vital commitment in order to achieve desirable results. This is where most individuals fail on achieving what they desire because they simply give up, and without the commitment, patient, persistence and goals, it is difficult to keep on track.


Readers Comments, Discussions and Questions

  1. Here is what I do, and hope this would give idea to some people also as an additional info..

    I walk 6 miles 3 days a week, plus 5 miles 2 days a week. Next on Saturday I walk a mile. I walk briskly (1 mile in 10 minutes).

    Besides the strolling, I jump rope 700 reps each morning plus 500 instances inside the afternoon, 5 days a week.

    On Saturday, I do martial arts for an hr, or occasionally 2 hours, plus I jump rope 500 reps.

    Sunday is my rest day, I would walk a mile, or jump rope 700 occasions, or do martial arts for an hr. However certain Sundays I just rest plus stretch.

  2. I’ve been doing penis enlargement for more than a year now, but to be honest I neglect my overall health. I guess it’s time to fire up my commitment to workout regularly along with my pe routines, plus of course… eating healthy.

  3. Stumbling sometimes can be very helpful and I’ve found a lot of valuable things there including this one. But, my husband might be thinking if he caught me what I’m doing on this men’s website….hahahahahaha. But, honestly, these short exercises can be very helpful. Me and my husband workout together 3 to 5 times a week at home. We have one treadmill and a stationary bike. We switch exercise machine if we’re done with the other. We do it 30 minutes at time on each machine making 1 hour worth of exercise when completed.

    I’ll try to show this to my husband and see if we can add a few more minutes to our workout routines. It does feel good when you exercise…. Thanks

  4. Wow…lots of them. Any of these can be a good addition to my running routine. I do run once a week every weekend. I’m not sure how many miles, but I always aim to run for an hour moderate speed just around the neighborhood where I’m living.

    Dr. Oz 7 minute exercise is inspiring and I definitely can commit doing it especially that I work at home. So, the 7 to 10 minutes of my time a few times a week won’t hurt my overall schedules on both work and family time. As you said, might be a good new year’s resolution.

    Thanks and Happy Holidays!

  5. Hi Michael, thanks for putting this up together. I’ve heard the 7 minutes scientific 2 months ago. I’ve watched it but I didn’t do it. And, I thought it was an easy as pie for me who is not working out for years. So, I’ve read you say above it’s intense…then I tried it, and it was very intense and I couldn’t get it halfway. I realized a simple exercise as this can be very intense for an individual like me who neglect to exercise for years now. I’ve been eating healthy(well not perfectly), but I wanted to do some workout after work. I’ll try my best to do this a few times a week. I have muscle sore now…but hopefully this will go away after a day or 2…

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