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Actually the best workout routine

Updated on September 28, 2009

Actually the best workout routine

There you are struggling to finish your weekly workout. It is very stressful to complete because you are bored out of your mind. Why is this work out so boring? Well it's because it turned out to be an old routine. How do we change this boredom into great excitement? Well my friend, the way you make something change is by taking great action. The action you will have to take here is finding a new workout routine. So right now, I will tell you the best...actually...the best workout routine.

Here is the best workout routine :

  1. Push ups -- This is the first exercise. You will want to do as many pushups as you can within 30 seconds. this may be tough at the start, however you will get used to it after a few weeks. If your chest starts to get tired try and slowing the exercise down.
  2. Rest for 30 Seconds...
  3. Sit ups -- This is the second exercise and the workout routine. Get down on your back, preferably, with a mat on the floor. You will want to do as many sit ups as you can within 30 seconds. you may start to feel a burning in your midsection, but that just means you are actually working out your abdominal area. Do not stop! If you feel like you're in a quit, dues three were sit ups.
  4. Rest for 30 Seconds...
  5. Squats -- This is the third exercise in the workout routine. Place your hands on the side of your body. make sure your fingers are pointing directly to the floor. Next year will want to squad down and make your fingers almost touch the floor. Do this exercise for at least 30 seconds.
  6. Rest for 30 Seconds...
  7. Pull ups -- This is the fourth exercise in the workout routine. Find a bar that you can do pull ups on. At the bar, do as many pull ups as you can within 30 seconds. Your arms will feel like they're falling off. At that point, do three more pull ups.
  8. Rest for 30 Seconds...
  9. Jogging on the spot -- This is the last exercise in the workout routine. You will want to jog on the spot for least one minutes. This is a good time to catch your breath. Remember to breathe in for four seconds and exhale for four seconds. This will complete your workout routine. For now...
  10. Rest for 30 Seconds...
  11. Repeat workout routine again...(x4)


This was the best workout routine. you have my secret now. Do with it what you will. If you can please tell the world about this workout; it may help a few people lose weight. This work out is high a in physical intensity. If you're able to complete this workouts three to four times a week, you will be in great shape. if you start to lose motivation to complete this workout, try changing up once again. You can do this by adding or subtracting few exercises. Nonetheless, the knowledge it takes to complete the best workout routine.


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