Upper Body & Tight Core Workout – 10 Min No Equipment

Welcome back! We've got a 10-minute upper-body workout today. No equipment needed. It's only 10 minutes, but it's definitely gonna challenge you, So let's see how you guys go with this one. So if you're enjoying my workout videos, please hit that like button to support my channel, and let's get into the workout. We've got 16 exercises upper-body and core exercises in this workout. 30 to 40 seconds on, and 5 to 10 seconds of rest in-between. If you need a daily schedule for this four week program, you can find it on Chloeting.com. Get on your mat and we're starting with shoulder tap leg lift. While in a high plank position, engage your core and tap your shoulders. Then lift one leg up, one at a time. Short rest here, and we're moving on to plank rotation. Start in a low plank, then rotate to one side and raise one arm up. Then onto the other side. Make sure your body is straight, and you are engaging your core. Great work guys! 10 seconds rest now. Get in a seated position and we'll be moving on to crab reach. With one hand supporting you, raise the other over your head, reaching up. Then repeat on the other side. Remember to keep your core tight. Short rest here, crab toe touches is next. Raise your hips up with one hand supporting you. Have your other hand touch your opposite foot. Then alternate with the other side. Nicely done! 10 seconds rest now. Get your dancing shoes ready and we've got break dancer coming up. Start in a high plank position. Kick your left leg out to the right, having your left hand and right foot supporting you. And then repeat on the other side. Short rest here, push-up variation is next. While either on your knee, or in a high plank position, lower your body down slowly, Then press up and repeat. Make sure your arms aren't flaring out to the side. Ensure your elbows are tucked in. You're doing great, guys! Rest up, catch your breath. Dolphin plank is next. Get in a low plank position, then raise your hips up high. Then bring it back down into a plank. This is great for your back and your core. Short rest here. Back extension is next. Lay on your mat with your arm extended above your head, then pull your arms down and then repeat. 10 seconds rest here. We've passed the halfway mark, so great job everyone! Not long to go. Rest if you need to, but just stay 'til the end. You can do this! Lift your left arm and right leg up at the same time, and then on to the other side. Keep your muscles engaged and try to maintain your balance. Short rest, next we have swimmers. Lay on your mat again, now lift your left arm and right leg up at the same time. And then repeat on the other side. Great job everyone! Rest up and get ready into the side plank position and we're going to do side plank reaches. Bring your arm under you, then reach towards the ceiling. Short break. Let's switch over to the other side. Remember to keep your core tight. Hang in there, guys! Another 10 seconds rest and we have tricep dips coming up. Just 3 more exercises to go, and we'll be done. While in a seated position, lift your hips off the mat using your tricep muscles. Bring it back down slowly and repeat. Nice and easy and we're almost at the end of the workout. Short rest. Reverse angel is next. Lay on your mat and now draw a rainbow with your arms. You should be feeling this in your back, and also your core. Final 10 seconds rest now and we've got crab walk. If you need to take a longer rest, just do so and jump back in when you can. Just make sure you reach the end of the workout. Take a step forward with your left arm and right leg first, and then the other arm and leg and repeat. This is a great exercise for your arms and core. Flip around quickly into a low plank for sliding planks. Slide forward and backwards. Keep your core tight and make sure your butt is not poking up or drooping down. And we're almost done. And that's the workout, guys! Great work on reaching the end of the workout. Drop me a comment down below if you've completed the workout. Smash that like button for me and I'll see you guys in the next workout. Bye!

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