Get moving while vacuuming. Here’re some tips on how to get the most out of your dust-busting workout.
Who says you need to go to a gym to work your core? The forward and backward motion in vacuuming naturally helps tone your stomach muscles. All you need to do is engage your core by flexing the muscles from your pelvis to your upper abs and keep them flexed for the entire duration of vacuuming. Adding lunges to the cleaning routine will help burn even more calories.
Strengthen your biceps
You don’t need dumbbells to get the job done. Picking up detergents, laundry bags and furniture is a great way to tone your arms and forearms. Simply lift each item up to perform bicep curls.
Cleaning windows is just as good as working out on the rowing machine for ten minutes. Be sure to use large circular movements and to switch arms for each window. 30 minutes will help you burn up to 170 calories.
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