The 5-Minute Equipment-Free Workout

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Being physically active is an important aspect of any healthy lifestyle, and it doesn’t have to require a gym membership or expensive equipment!

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“Physical activity looks different for everyone! In fact, it’s the little habits that you do every day that have the most impact on how many calories are burned.”
– Anita Terlizzi, RM Fitness Expert & Certified Personal Trainer

Out-Out, In-In

  1. Begin by standing tall and facing forward.
  2. One at a time, step each foot out to the side, widening your stance.
  3. Quickly, step each foot back to the center. Repeat as desired.

Walking Tall Plank

  1. Begin in a tall plank: Hold your body up with long, extended arms on the floor. You should hold yourself up with your knees or your feet; the back should be straight.
  2. Engaging the core muscles, drop down to your elbows one at a time, maintaining the plank position.

Alternating Cross Punch

  1. Standing tall with the legs shoulder width apart, position your arms into a fighting stance: hands in fists, elbows bent, and arms in front.
  2. Punch your first arm forward and towards the opposite side, then return to the starting position.
  3. Mirror the movement on the other side.
  4. Continue to alternate arms as you repeat the movement as desired.

Body Weight Deadlift

  1. Stand tall and cross your arms in front of your chest.
  2. With a slight bend in both knees, hinge forward with a flat back into a tabletop position, looking forward to the horizon.
  3. Then, concentrate on the hamstring as you raise your flat back to a standing position, squeezing the glutes at the top. Repeat the motion as desired.

Bird-Dog Crunch

  1. Begin by kneeling down and placing your hands on the floor.
  2. Reach one arm long in front of you, simultaneously extending the opposite leg backward.
  3. Then, bring your extended elbow and knee inwards, performing a crunch.

Anita Terlizzi is Red Mountain’s official Fitness Expert. Her background in health and wellness is as a personal trainer. Anita’s expertise is in strength training, muscle development, speed and agility, and strength and balance. She has trained people from ages 8-98 with a variety of goals. Furthermore, she has been featured on Sonoran Living, Arizona Midday, Scottsdale Health Magazine, and more.

Stephanie Bray

Anita Terlizzi is Red Mountain’s official Fitness Expert. Her background in health and wellness is as a personal trainer. Anita’s expertise is in strength training, muscle development, speed and agility, and strength and balance. She has trained people from ages 8-98 with a variety of goals. Furthermore, she has been featured on Sonoran Living, Arizona Midday, Scottsdale Health Magazine, and more.

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