11 Quick & Easy Morning Exercises To Look Lean & Slim In 30 Days

Do squats work? What about the sun salutation yoga? Single leg glute bridges? Watch and learn about all these exercises and how they do wonders for your mind, body and soul.

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Intro – 0:00
Jumping Jacks – 00:46
Squat – 01:21
Inchworm Stretch – 01:54
Sun Salutation Yoga – 02:33
Calf Raises – 03:14
Jump Rope – 03:56
Single Leg Glute Bridges – 04:31
Double Leg Lift – 05:10
Lunges – 05:59
Cat Camel Stretch – 06:35
Morning Walk – 07:15


1. Jumping Jacks
You may remember doing jumping jacks as a kid. This simple activity is often done as a warm up before playing some sport. It is a full body workout that engages your legs, core, arms and heart.

2. Squats
The obvious benefits of doing these early mornings will not only be visible in your legs, but it will also help in lowering stress. Squats activate glutes and engage the back muscles together. This helps in strengthening and building muscle. For best results make sure your form is correct. If you’re a beginner you can use a chair for support and remember don’t let your knees go past your toes. Doing this every morning will be beneficial in the long run. The best part? You can do it anytime – anywhere.

3. Inchworm Stretch
This is one of the most versatile exercises that can be easily incorporated into any workout regime. It’s one of the best ways to start the morning because it engages most of the muscles while strengthening them at the same time.

4. Sun Salutation Yoga
Sun Salutation is a combination of 12 different and powerful yoga poses. Besides being a great cardiovascular workout, it is also known to have an immensely positive impact on the body and mind. It’s recommended to do it on an empty stomach, early in the morning.

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