Best Exercise Plan for Startring out

You’ve surely done some searching on types of work outs that you would like to do. Don’t overwhelm yourself with all the choices though, keep it simple. There are exercises you can do that are very traditional but can really show some improvements after time. Depending on what area of your body you want to target the most will determine what kind of work out will be best. So take a look at the exercise plan for starters.



While it seems simple, push-ups can be pretty hard to do if you aren’t used to it. Push-ups can be beneficial for working out your upper body. They work out your chest, triceps, and shoulders. So if needed, start perfecting those push-ups because they’re also great for strengthening your core! Which can in fact improve your posture.

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Sit Ups


These can help strengthen your core as well and improve flexibility. They also require more movement from your body that can really exercise more than just your abs. With your whole body moving, your legs and hips will also get some benefits from it. Doing sit ups helps to burn even more calories as well.


Squats have become very popular, especially in wanting to achieve getting a better shaped
bum. They definitely live up to its fame as well. It strengthens your hamstrings and quadriceps and builds muscle in your legs while also benefiting your core. Helps maintain balance and mobility and increases flexibility.



Just like squats, the hamstrings, quadriceps, calves and core muscles are all being targeted. Strengthening your core is such a good thing in general. With its help in relieving back pain and improving your posture it can be a good thing to practice this daily.



Burpees are excellent for working out your whole body. It works your quads, glutes, hamstrings, abs, chest, and arms. They are a great way of burning fat and building strength! But be warned. Doing burpees can be intense. That’s why it’s so great for burning fat. The more intense the work out, the more fat you burn. If you’re just starting out don’t go too fast, take it easy until you get it right and are ready for more intensity. It also gets your metabolism working almost all day.

The best thing about these exercises is that you can do them ANYWHERE. No equipment required. So if you can’t make it to the gym, incorporate any of these into your routine and start seeing the results! Here’s a sample routine for the week with the exercises listed above. The exercise plan for starters. Start out small and gradually work your way up with intensity. Once you get the hang of it you’ll be free to choose what is best for you. Don’t forget to rest 1-2 minutes between as needed.

Day 1:

  • 10 push ups
  • 15 sit ups
  • 20 squats
  • 10 lunges
  • 10 burpees

Day 2:

  • 15 push ups
  • 20 sit ups
  • 25 squats
  • 15 lunges
  • 15 burpees

Day 3:

  • 20 push ups
  • 25 sit ups
  • 30 squats
  • 20 lunges
  • 20 burpees

Day 4:

  • 25 push ups
  • 30 sit ups
  • 35 squats
  • 25 lunges
  • 25 burpees

Day 5:

  • 30 push ups
  • 35 sit ups
  • 40 squats
  • 30 lunges
  • 30 burpees

Day 6:

  • 35 push ups
  • 40 sit ups
  • 45 squats
  • 35 lunges
  • 35 burpees

Day 7:

Rest. Repeat cycle next day.

The better you get, the more freedom you will get on your exercises. So don’t be afraid to choose another or increase the numbers you do a day!

you can download the workout routine below. Enjoy!