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Does anyone have any good suggestions for a routine I can do in the morning? It takes me about 20 mins to get to work. I usually wake up 40 mins before leaving to give me time to shower and prepare. What can I do that will take maybe 30 mins at most when I wake up in the morning?

 

Things I was thinking of:

  • Yoga - I have no idea how to do it. I'd like to though, I've been wanting to improve my flexibility.
  • Walk outside - walking is about as far as I go. I HATE running! If a zombie apocalypse happened, I'd let them eat me.
  • Push ups/ab stuff - I like this idea too. I need to get stronger. Also need to lose weight.

 

I think my main problem is I don't know the correct forms (proper push up posture, am I feeling the burn in the right places while planking, etc). Any tips, ideas, or resources are much appreciated.

 

Note: I want to get into muay thai eventually (once I'm able to afford it). A routine that could prepare me for this would be nice, but maybe not so rigorous that I feel burnt out at work right after.

 

Thanks guys!

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The Beginner Body Weight Workout is another good starting point; with warm up and cool down, it should be ~30min.  Plus you can always add or remove sets to adjust the time.

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