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The perfect beach workout routine

The perfect beach workout routine

Beach workouts are the perfect way to get your heart rate up, but they can be tough on muscles and joints. The perfect beach workout routine should mimic what you’d do in a gym. But in more comfortable conditions. Here’s how:

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Warm up by stretching.

A warm-up is a great way to start your workout, because it helps you get your muscles warmed up and ready for action. Warming up also helps prevent injuries and soreness later in the day or week.

  • Stretching exercises can help you relax before beginning an intense workout routine. So that when you begin working out, your body is ready for it. You’ll feel more energetic and relaxed if you stretch before starting a workout routine!
  • Stretching allows muscles to become more flexible by increasing the range of motion available within their range of motion
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Do some light cardio (walking, jogging, etc.).

  • Walk, jog, or run for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Do not use a treadmill or other equipment.
  • Do not use a heart rate monitor (unless you have one).
  • Do not use a calorie counter (unless you have one).
  • Don’t look at your watch to time how long it takes for you to go through all of the exercises in this section of the article. That’s just silly!

Use a resistance band for arms and legs.

If you have a resistance band and want to add some arm exercise, use it for pull-ups, push-ups, and squats. You can also use the resistance band to do bicep curls or tricep exercises. If you don’t have a resistance band at home, try using your hand weights instead!

You can even use your body weight if you like. Bbut exercise caution when doing this. Because it could cause injury if done incorrectly (especially since we’re talking about working out on beaches!).

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Practice walking or running in place to get in your cardio.

Walking in place is a great way to get in some cardio. You can do it anywhere, at any speed and with or without resistance bands. It’s also great for your back because it strengthens the muscles of the lower body as well as those that support your spine.

If you want something more challenging than walking around for 30 minutes, try running in place for 10 minutes each day or adding jumping jacks into your routine if you’re so inclined (it’s not recommended if you have back problems).

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Strength training (strength training will help build muscle strength).

Strength training is the best way to build muscle strength and improve your overall fitness. It can also be an effective way of losing weight, building muscle mass, improving cardiovascular endurance, and burning fat. Strength training is not just for bodybuilders; anyone who wants to get in shape should include some form of resistance training into their routine!

To make sure you’re doing it right:

  • Start with light weight until you feel comfortable with the exercise movements (see below). If you have never done this before then start off with something like push-ups or squats instead until you get used to the feeling of exertion required by these exercises. You don’t want them so hard that they feel uncomfortable but also not too easy either – remember why we’re doing them!
  • Do a circuit workout 3 times per week consisting of 3 sets each per exercise consisting of 8-12 reps per set depending on how much weight/reps being used (i.e., if using free weights then 12 reps each set).
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Do core exercises (planks, sit ups, crunches).

It’s time to get your core working. Core exercises are a necessary part of any good beach workout routine.

  • Planks – Start with the basic plank position and work up to more advanced moves like side planks, reverse planks, or even handstand push-ups (if you can do them).
  • Sit Ups – Sit ups are another essential move in any beach workout routine because they help strengthen your lower body muscles while also helping improve posture and balance. You can even try doing them while sitting on the floor!
  • Crunches – Crunches are another great abdominal exercise that will help build up those abs for ultimate definition at the beach or poolside party later on this summer!
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Cool down with stretching.

Stretching is an integral part of a good warm-up. It helps to prevent injury and reduce muscle soreness, improves flexibility, circulation, and posture, as well as improving balance.

This can be done after your cool-down stretches have been completed by holding each position for 20 seconds before moving on to the next one.

The perfect beach workout routine is one that includes cardio and strength training

The perfect beach workout routine is one that includes cardio and strength training. These two components are essential for a great beach workout. Because they help you get in shape while also making your body feel more energized and relaxed.

Strength training is an important part of any fitness regimen, but it’s especially important when we’re talking about working out at the beach. If you don’t do strength training with your weight lifting, then you may end up with injuries like pulled muscles or strained tendons that can make it difficult to continue exercising during future trips away from home. Strength training will also help you build muscle mass so that when it comes time for those long walks along the beach again next year (or whenever), there won’t be any problem holding onto any lost weight!


The key to a successful beach workout is consistency. Try to do the same things every day, and make sure you’re challenging yourself. If you feel like you’re struggling with something, try modifying it or changing up the order of your routine. There are many different exercises out there that can help get your heart rate up and burn some calories in no time!

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