Below are three of the best workouts for 20s that will help keep you feeling healthy. In your 20s, you are working your way up the career ladder but still have loads of energy. Hence, when it comes to working out, you can push – really hard. The trick is to not abuse your body. Let’s start.
Exercise regimen 1: Resistance Training
Combat long hours at the office by strengthening your shoulders to improve your posture. Prevent chronic upper body pain and tension headaches by strengthening your trapezius, the muscle group that stabilises your shoulders.
Physiotherapists suggest simple weighted exercises such as bent dumbbell rows.
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Exercise regimen 2: Yoga
Yoga stretches and strengthens the body while helping to balance your emotional state. Depending on how you are feeling, doing yoga can help regulate emotional states – various styles of yoga can either help you feel energised or help in winding down after a long day.
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Exercise regimen 3: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
Take advantage of your body while it is at its peak. Challenge yourself to intense workout classes that push your body to its maximum. Make sure to pencil in rest days and do not subject your body to constant abuse.
In the video above, celebrity fitness trainer Donovan Green shows Dr. Oz how to maximize fat burning with a 7-minute high intensity interval workout. Those 7 minutes training are as follow:
-1st minute: Jumping Jacks
-2nd minute: Dynamic full-body stretch
-3rd minute: Front kick squat
-4th minute: Seated arm curl overhead press
-5th minute: Side step chest fly
-6th minute: Knee lift with side bend
-7th minute: Kick back punch
Note: This article was adapted from that in Shape (www.shape.com.sg)