Getting fit is easy with these video tutorials

Our first edition of five videos (click here to see the article), covered Jumping Jacks, Bird Dogs, Tricep Dips, Flutter Kicks, and Stair Climbing.

In this latest edition, we are covering planks, dumbbell squats, pulse ups, and mountain climbers. There has never been a better time to take charge of getting fit and active! It is important to start with a few simple stretches to loosen up, and maybe a few minutes of jogging in place to get your heart rate up and prepared.

Many health and wellness professionals suggest that for best results, try and do your series of moves in sets of threes (meaning a three dumbbell squat series would be done three times for a total of nine squats).

You might start with a thirty second plank then move on to pulse ups followed by dumbbell squats. You’ll complete the established number of moves for each, then you’ll repeat the whole set again.

What else helps you get fit and stick to your workout routine? A great motivational playlist- see our recommendations for streaming workout playlists by clicking here!

Plank

For beginners, we recommend trying out a plank of 10 seconds to start. For more advanced athletes, challenge yourself to a daily best.

Dumbbell Jump Squat

For beginners, we recommend trying out three to start. For more advanced athletes, challenge yourself to a daily best.

Pulse Up

For beginners, we recommend trying out five to start. For more advanced athletes, challenge yourself to a daily best.

Mountain Climber

For beginners, we recommend trying out seven to start. For more advanced athletes, challenge yourself to a daily best.

And when you’re all done, perform some cool down stretches. Cooling down is a very important part of physical health and should be considered mandatory for a workout regimen.

Visit the Healthy Living YouTube playlist of 9 videos by clicking here!


Healthy Living is a frequently updated content section brought to you by the Saudi Sports for All Federation. In the spirit of supporting our #HealthyActiveCommunity, we’re sharing tips around wellness, physical activity and more!

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