The Only Workout Routine You Need This Year

By Katie Szymanski  |  Jan 5, 2017
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Ready to finally get in shape this year? Motivated to make exercising a part of your daily routine? Whether you’re an advanced lifter or marathon beginner, this program is built for all fitness levels. It’s so easy, you can almost do the entire routine in your sleep. GUARANTEED!

Follow along for an intensive, all-body workout that will leave you ready for your next nap:

Warm Up Stretch
Level: Beginner
Benefit: It’s important to stretch before exercise to give your body enough time to adjust to physical activity.

  • Lay flat on your back on top of the covers in a comfortable position.
  • Reach for the remote on your nightstand.
  • Put it back.
  • Push it farther.
  • Reach again.

Bench Press
Level: Beginner
Benefit: Build upper body strength by focusing on your pecs, deltoids, and forearm muscles.

  • Lift your pillow* for 10 – 15 reps.
  • Rest.
  • Repeat two times.

*For increased difficulty, add 2 – 3 pillows on top.

Level: Intermediate
Benefit: It’s all in the posture. Improve your lower body strength and balance.

  • Wait until your phone hits 1% battery.
  • Get out of bed.
  • Step ahead with one foot, leaning forward until you feel the stretch.
  • Plug it in and rest.
  • Repeat.

Push Ups
Level: Intermediate
Benefit: Stay fit and healthy with this popular exercise.

  • Push yourself up and out of bed to go to the bathroom.
  • Repeat as needed.

Vertical Jumps
Level: Intermediate
Benefit: Get your heart rate up.

  • Start by standing on the ground and facing your bed.
  • Bend your knees and push off, jumping with your arms raised over your head.
  • Land safely on the bed.
  • Roll off the bed and repeat.

Level: Advanced
Benefit: Stress relief and exercise all in one.

  • Finish the episode you’re watching.
  • Sprint for 5-10 seconds to the fridge.
  • Pick a snack.
  • Make it back before the next one starts.
  • Repeat every 30 or 60 minutes depending on episode length.
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