Not A Gym Member? Try This Full Body Workout That You Can Do Anywhere

Full Body Workout You Can Do Anywhere

Want to exercise but can't afford that pricey gym membership? Fear not for there are plenty of places you can work out for free - take your local park or, if you're shy, just find a suitable spot in the back garden.

All you need to get a good work out in is combine cardio with toning exercises.

Try this simple routine, as demonstrated in the video above by trainer Angela Leigh, to strengthen your muscles and burn fat fast.

Bunny hops: This exercise works your core and shoulders, and builds strength.

Stand facing a bench and place both your hands on it. Hop from side-to-side picking up your knees up to chest and your heels to butt. Continue jumping for one minute, increasing your pace as you go.

The cheerleader: This move works your core, shoulders and back.

Lean diagonally with your elbows on the bench and your legs stretched out behind you.

Reach your right arm forward and then as your return your arm back, slightly bend your elbow and squeeze back as far as you can. Repeat on other side. Continue for one minute.

Turn-and-burn: Work your core, shoulders and back with this move.

Place your left hand on the bench, facing the right side and place one foot in front of the other. This is known as a 'staggered stance'. Reach up with your right hand, then bring it down to the bench and square your body off. Bring your right knee to your left wrist, then open up your right leg and bring it back down. Repeat for one minute and then switch to the opposite side.

The hot seat: Strengthen your core, quads, hamstrings and glutes.

With your hands behind your head and your elbows wide, sit down on the bench and stand up. Sit down again, bring your right leg out, flexing your foot and driving your right heal forward. Stand up using only your left leg and then sit down again. Alternate between single leg and alternate squats, changing leg each time. Continue for one minute. This firms your thighs and increases your heart rate.

Skinny dip: This sculpts your arms and works your core, triceps, shoulders and chest.

Face away from the bench and slightly hover placing your hands (facing outwards) on the bench. Bend your elbows to dip towards the ground (make sure your bum is near the bench), then push yourself back up again. Continue for one minute.

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