Happy April! Right now is the perfecttime to start working on that summer body if you haven’t already. Sunny days, vacations, and trips are just around the corner!
We’ve rounded up some of the best home workouts that’ll help you tone up, shred fat, and get one step closer to that summer body. The best part: you only need minimal equipment (or none at all).
Rock-hard abs start with a strong core! Your core, which is made up of your abdominal wall, back muscles, and obliques, is an important muscle group that keeps you balanced during virtually every full-body workout. To target them specifically and work on that visible six-pack, try adding these two workouts to your routine.
A great no-equipment workout that’ll challenge your entire core.
Prefer to do your core workouts with weights? Try this workout for more of a challenge.
No skipping leg day here -- time to target those glutes, hips, calves, and thighs!
This workout was made to help you achieve an hourglass figure, but it’s a great workout no-equipment leg workout no matter what your goal is.
Add some weights to your leg workout to really challenge those legs and glutes.
Whether you’re looking to tone them up or grow them big and strong, these workouts will target your arms, chest, and back for a sexy upper body.
If you don’t have any workout equipment on hand, this video walks you through effective upper body moves using only your body weight for resistance.
All you’ll need is some dumbbells to crank up the heat. Use the right weights for your fitness level and goals to make this workout work for you!
If you’re looking to lose some weight, you’ll need to be at a caloric deficit. Cardio is a great way to burn calories and help you look shredded and defined throughout your entire body!
Follow along with this intense no-equipment HIIT to start sweating.
What’s even better than HIIT? HIIT with weights!
Stay consistent with these workouts to get that toned, shredded physique and make the summer of 2022 your best one yet. Happy sweating!
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