Dieldra Clark’s Quick Tips:
Always stretch before beginning any exercise.
Drink at least eight cups of water per day.
Maintain a healthy eating habit for better results.
Eliminate drugs and alcohol.
Take deep breaths and keep a relaxed mind.
Try not to eat big meals after 7 p.m.
Jumping jacks for one minute engages the muscles in your body and increases blood and oxygen flow in the body.
A minute’s worth of standing mountain climbers strengthens the cardiovascular system as well as various muscle groups in the legs and arms.
Doing 15 tricept dips creates a more shapely arm muscle and stretches the calf and thigh muscles.
Doing 15 squats is great for beginners. This multi-joint exercise is great for targeting the glutes, hips and thigh muscles.
Doing 20 side lunges will stretch the calf and thigh muscles and give more flexibility in the knees.
Doing 15 lunges will strengthen the quadricep and hamstring muscles and create more shapely and toned legs and glutes.
Doing 20 bicycle motions help get rid of “love handles” and help tighten the ab and thigh muscles.
Doing two minutes of reverse crunches will loosen the joints, improve balance, coordination and circulation.