The first exercise to do to keep your body in shape, would be the plank.
The plank is a phenomenal exercise for core strengthening and engages multiple muscle groups simultaneously, like the neck, shoulders, chest, legs and booty. This exercise builds better balance, proper posture and strength throughout the entire body.
If you have never done a plank, at first seems like a simple position, but if you hold the position for 60 seconds, you will realize how difficult and amazing it is!
The second exercises to do to keep your body in shape, are regular stretching exercises.
Regular stretching is just as necessary as muscle strength and cardio exercises.
Stretching exercises have powerful stress reducing abilities, and they encourage the release of endorphins, providing a sense of calmness, happiness, and well being.
If you feeling stressed, tired, and sore, then a good stretch is what you need to refresh your body and mind.
Stretching enables flexibility and increased range of motion, that gives you will more mobility and agility, due to more flexible tendons and joints.
Stretching increases stamina, reduces muscle fatigue, by ensuring oxygen is efficiently flowing through your blood, therefore increasing your endurance.
Stretching will help to get a greater nutrient supply to muscles, therefore reducing muscle soreness and helping to speed recovery from muscle and joint aches and pains.
Doing stretching exercises before going to bed enhances sleep quality, and helps relieve tightness and muscle discomfort you may feel during the night. This way you will have better quality sleep and restfulness.
The third exercise to do to keep your body in shape, is rebounding.
Exercising on a rebounder helps to boost your immunity, your mood and strengthen your overall health.
Exercising on the rebounder increases lymphatic circulation and encourages lymph drainage that is the body’s natural way of aiding in detoxing the body.
Rebounding exercises causes your balance, motor skills and coordination to get better.
Another benefit of rebounding exercises is to relieve pain, whether it’s neck
pain, back pain, or knee pain, when you increase your circulation you are going to feel better, and have better overall health and wellness.