The Absolute Best 30-Minute Boot Camp Workout

There is an increasing popularity of the so-called ‘boot camp’ workout. There isn’t necessarily a specific way of pinning down exactly what a boot camp workout really is, but generally it will be a fitness regimen that is supposedly based around techniques used by those in the military to stay in shape so that they are adequately prepared for combat with enemies. This sort of ‘hard’ training is touted as the ideal way to lose weight or tone up for those people who have always felt like they need to drop a few pounds. But with so many supposed ‘boot camp’ workouts around, how do you which one is the right one that will really stand and deliver?


Ken Weichert, master fitness trainer for the U.S. Army has created a system that could potentially be the perfect system for staying in shape or slimming down. His plan allows you to burn off fat and build muscle with this cardio and strength workout that does not require any sort of special equipment. The plan encourages the idea of short but intense workout sessions including cardio intervals, full-body strength workouts and some extra moves for your abs in order to get the payoff you’re looking for. It’s the perfect way to slim down, tone up your muscles and tighten your stomach.


To get the full effect of the workout doing the business for you, it’s vital that you follow the proceeding steps so as to maximise the amount you get out for the effort that you have put in. You need to complete the circuit of the workout, which will take approximately ten minutes. To get the best out of it you should do it three times. This means you’ll be getting a fantastic workout for your body that takes just 30 minutes out of your day.


The first aspect of the workout is a short period of skipping without a rope. Simply stand as if you are going to be skipping, but do not hold a rope in your hands. Failure to execute this precise aspect of the move correctly will result in you skipping with a rope. Jump up and down on the spot while rotating your arms and shoulders. Continue this at a level of high intensity for around a minute and a half. Next you’ll move on to squats.


To perform a squat you must stand with your feet a shoulder width apart and, keeping your back straight, bend down as if you are sitting on a chair. Then you must slowly return to the standing position. Do this for two minutes before moving on the next move, which is the lunge.


Once again start with your feet a shoulder width apart and your hands on your hips, then broadly step forward with one foot. As you do this you should bend the other leg downwards, as if you are trying to take one long step. Repeat this with both legs for a minute. Next you must move on to crunches, which you must do for the remainder of the ten minutes.


Then it is the time for you to take a break for a couple of minutes. While this might seem pointless, it gives your body time to recover so that you have the strength and energy to do the next set of exercises properly. You then repeat this whole routine twice more. So this routine  every single day and it won’t be long until you stay seeing real progress in your life and you’ll understand why you have been going through with it.

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