Restarting Home Exercise

I started some plank workouts a year ago and stopped after about a month or so when I didn’t see the results that I had hope to have. Either I wasn’t doing it the right way or I was just impatient. I mean, that belly area still make me look pregnant and I am way too embarrassed to tell others that I am not pregnant and really do not need that seat.

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So, here I am back to the 3 minute plank workout and testing out after doing a 2 minute plank hold. Here is another way to add some cardio since plank holds can only build the strength and not trim that belly fluff.

This time, I created a music with 30 seconds for each routine and added in 10 seconds to rest in between. The first music didn’t work out quite well and I made a second set of music because I missed out the last set of music for the last routine. Apparently, the maximum plank time that will help the body is actually 3 minutes of continuous hold.

Hence, I found a 6 minute routine plank workout too.

Since I’m envious of those colleagues who have flat tummies after giving birth, I am desperate to try out the workout below too.

With no time, I think 10 minutes of doing workouts at home is reasonable. Besides, spending money on equipment is not my idea of being efficient. Or rather cost savings. I just need to follow the steps on YouTube, right?

Busy parents, how did you keep yourself healthy?
Signa Mamalotte
Writing to keep sane. Secretly wants the toys that the kids like.

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