Exercise 10 Minutes Before Bed, See What Happens In a Month

Working out is always good for your body, especially when you’re trying to lose weight. But many of you are struggling to find the time to exercise. That’s why so many people work out at night.

The problem is that this can affect your sleep quality. Let’s talk about Before Bed Workouts That Can Help You Lose Weight. What kind of squats should I do? What exactly are “jumping lunges”? We’re talking about all that AND more…

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To begin, we should be clear that it's not the workout itself hurting your sleep. It’s either the pre-workout supplements, or the adrenaline rush that comes after. Most of the time, working out a few hours before bed is fine. But there are some exercises you can perform minutes before going to bed. They will not only cut your fat, but also help you get better sleep.

Number one on our list is ‘jumping lunge’. Jumping lunges are a fantastic lower body exercise. They increase the difficulty of the basic lunge by adding a jump. To do it, stand with your feet at hips-distance apart.

Bringing one foot forward, bend at the knee, lowering until the opposite knee hovers slightly above the ground. Using your arms to gain momentum, jump up into the air and switch legs before landing.As you land, your opposite leg should be in front.

Do as many reps as possible for 60 seconds. Rest for a minute and do it again. Try going for three rounds. You can do it at home without any gym equipment.
You can also do some improvisations by adding weights. Just hold dumbbells in your arms and keep them hanging for the whole workout. The added weight will make your lower body work harder. If you want to add more to it, you can lift your arms to your shoulder level, and back to hanging when you’re at your lowest position while lunging. Or, you can simply curl in the same position.

While adding jumps to your lunges is very beneficial, you can add jumps to your squats as well. This is the second exercise on our list. It’s a very simple one to do.
Just stand with your legs shoulder-distance apart. Hinge at your hips and lower into a squat like you’re sitting in a chair.

Keep your head up, chest out and shoulders back. Using your arms to gain momentum, jump up as high as you can. Land back into a squat and repeat, rebounding quickly. With this exercise, you don’t need any equipment unless you want to improvise. There are several improvisations you can pick and choose from, or you can make your own combinations. You can also add weights. Just hold a barbell on your shoulders with weights you are comfortable with and go ahead with your jumping squats.

Other improvisations include doing jumping squats on the stairs with one step per jump.
You can shuffle your feet and make it look like a dance move. If you like the rhythm of music, you can figure out your own ways to shuffle your feet.
There are several benefits of jumping squats, it helps you not only burn extra calories, but also tone your butt, legs and abs. It improves your aerobic and cardiovascular fitness, as well as your mobility and balance. This is especially useful if you’re an athlete.

If jumping squats are too much for you, here’s the third one on our list, the bodyweight squat. To do this one, you need to remove the jumping part, and stay in the squat position for as long as you can.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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