Beginners Upper 1
All you need is a little motivation and know how to train in the comfort of your own home. There is no excuse as to why you can't gain both upper and lower body strength through this selection of home exercises for beginners.
If you're a complete beginner, or have not exercised for a while, then it would be wise to have a medical check up to make sure that you're fit enough to carry out these or any other exercises.
The great thing about these home upper body exercises, is that you can now workout at anytime in the comfort of your own home.
Try and wear clothing that is non restrictive, that will enable your body to both move freely and let your skin breathe, as its likely that your going to sweat a little.
Aim to begin your session with a simple warm-up and suitable stretches, the STRETCHING SECTION will help.
Once you have finished your exercises, spend further time cooling down and stretching out your muscles, as this will help reduce muscle stiffness.
Make a note of the exercises you performed and look forward to repeating them again when your body is ready.
Never train sore muscles - if your arms or chest is tired and sore even after a few days, then let them rest, or go for a swim to help loosen them up.
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