5 Quick and Easy WORKOUTS You Can Do at Home l Full Body Workouts for Beginners | The right way to do the exercises

A perfectly glowing skin is one of every woman’s deep desires. We do a lot of things, put in a lot of money and time to make our skin glow from within. But as mentioned above, our overall wellness is basically what is reflected by our skin, so besides what we put on our skin externally, we should also choose what we put inside our body very carefully.

Clean eating accompanied by light workout routine can change how your skin feels and looks, you would definitely see a noticeable difference in your skin besides feeling more energetic and productive throughout the day.

Working out makes you sweat which tends to unclog and clean your pores out. So, here are 5 EASY AT HOME WORKOUTS FOR YOUR ENTIRE BODY which do not require the use of machine and are suitable for beginners.

As a beginner, you should start with doing 4 sets of 10 reps.

The right way to do a squat: Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips. Your toes should be pointed slightly outward — about 5 to 20 degrees outward. Look straight ahead and pick a spot on the wall in front of you. You’ll want to look at this spot the entire time you squat, not looking down at the floor or up at the ceiling.

2. Hip thrusts

Hip thrusts target your glutes specifically and at the same time work on the lower abs, quadriceps, hamstrings and even your calves.

As a beginner, you should start with doing 5 sets of 8 reps.
 The right way to do hip thrusts: Lay down straight on your back with your arms extended
 out, squeeze your glutes, lift up your hips, and hold a second or two. It’s very important that
 you don’t hyperextend your lower back at the top.

3. Plank

The plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning but it also works your glutes and hamstrings, supports proper posture, and improves balance.

As a beginner, you should start by holding the plank for 30 seconds. The ultimate goal is to hold the plank for 60 seconds which you would be able to do gradually.
 The right way to do a plank: Place the forearms on the ground with the elbows aligned below the shoulders, and arms parallel to the body at about shoulder-width distance. If flat palms bother your wrists, clasp your hands together.

A bodyweight dip improves upper body strength and tone.

As a beginner, you should start with doing 3 sets of 10 reps.

The right way to do dips: Dips can be done on a chair or on a weight bench. To do a dip, sit and place your hands palms down next to your hips. Hang your fingers off the edge of the chair or bench. Straighten your arms and slide your hips off the chair. Inhale, bend your arms and point your elbows behind you as you lower into the exercise. Exhale and straighten your arms. Use a dip bar for a more challenging exercise. Put your hands on the parallel bars and straighten your arms. Bend your knees if your feet touch the floor so that you are suspended. Bend and straighten your arms as you lift and lower your body.

5. Side donkey kicks

The donkey kick works your core, lower back, legs and butt. Each leg lift tones all three butt muscles: gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus, in both the leg being lifted and the leg used for support.

As a beginner, you should start with doing 4 sets of 8 reps.
The right way to do side kicks:
Start on all fours with hands underneath your shoulders and knees under your hips. Keeping the knee bent 90 degrees, lift the right leg until it is parallel to the floor. Keep the right thigh still as you straighten your right knee, kicking your leg out to the side. Don’t let the leg lower as you kick it.