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5 morning workouts for women wanting sexy curves

5 morning workouts for women wanting sexy curves
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If you’re looking to give your curves a healthy, sexy boost, keep reading to find your perfect morning workout! You’ll see a noticeable difference as you focus on toning up the parts of your body that make your curves extra head-turning, including your glutes, quads, waist, and hamstrings.

Here are some workout routines to try in the morning, tailored for the amount of time you’re reading to dedicate to exercise each day.

Each of these routines can be completed at home without equipment.

5-Minute Set (For Beginners)

Dedicating just five minutes to a workout in the morning is a great way to get your body used to a new morning routine. Each rep in this basic routine is important, so make sure to focus on maintaining good form!

  1. Squats (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  2. Basic Plank (2 30-second reps) — 1 minute
  3. Stationary Lunges (1 30-second set each for left and right sides) — 1 minute
  4. Russian Twists (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  5. Standing Hamstring Curl (1 30-second set each for left and right sides) — 1 minute

10-Minute Set

With a little more time in the morning, you can easily incorporate a short cardio warmup every day.

  1. Jumping Jacks — 2 minutes
  2. Squats (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  3. Pistol Squats (1 30-second set each for left and right sides) — 1 minute
  4. Leg Lifts (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  5. Stationary Lunges (1 30-second set each for left and right sides) — 1 minute
  6. Reverse Lunges (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  7. Jumping Jacks — 1 minute
  8. Basic Crunches (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute

15-Minute Set

  1. Jumping Jacks — 2.5 minutes
  2. Quick Feet — 2.5 minutes
  3. Squats (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  4. Jump Squats (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute

Take a Break!

  1. Basic Plank (2 1-minute reps) — 2 minutes
  2. Side Planks (2 1-minute sets each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  3. Tuck Jumps (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  4. Basic Bridges (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  5. One-Foot Bridges (1 30-second set each for left and right sides) — 1 minute

25-Minute Set

  1. Jump Rope or Quick Feet — 4 minutes
  2. Squatting Boxer — 2 minutes
  3. Mountain Climbers (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes

Take a Break!

  1. Wall Sits (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  2. Flying Dutchmen (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  3. Basic Plank (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  4. Leg Lift Extensions (1 1-minute set each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  5. Russian Twists (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes

Take a Break!

  1. Tuck Jumps (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  2. Side Planks (2 1-minute sets each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  3. High Knees — 1 minute
  4. Bicycle Crunches (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  5. Bouncing Squat — 1 minute

30-Minute Set

  1. Alternate Jumping Jacks and Quick Feet (5 30-second-sets each exercise) — 5 minutes
  2. High Knee Pulls — 2 minutes
  3. Mountain Climbers (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  4. Basic Plank (2 1-minute reps) — 2 minutes
  5. Curtsy Lunge (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  6. Moving Plank (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  7. Side Lunge (2 30-second sets) — 1 minute
  8. Jog in Place — 2 minutes

Get your heart rate back up as you reach the halfway point of the workout.

  1. Flutter Kicks — 2 minutes
  2. Wall Sits (2 1-minute sets) — 2 minutes
  3. Pistol Squats (1 1-minute set each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  4. Tuck Jumps — 2 minutes
  5. Side Planks (2 1-minute sets each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  6. Leg Lift Extensions (1 1-minute set each for left and right sides) — 2 minutes
  7. Jumping Jacks — 1 minute

Get Moving!

While these exercise sets are a really great way to get in shape, all of the information here is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you experience any issues, have any injuries, or you aren’t sure whether you can handle these exercises, you may want to talk to a personal trainer, physical therapist, or doctor.

About the author

Carl Turner

Carl Turner is a personal trainer and freelance lifestyle writer from Los Angeles, California. With over 10 years of experience, he has trained many clients and has helped them to reach their personal fitness goals. During his free time, he enjoys kayaking, hiking, and taking classes at Krav Maga Worldwide.

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