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10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

We have a 10-minute home workout program for busy moms! Energize your day with just three moves and even make exercise more fun by doing it with your child!

10 Minute Mother’s Workout

We are here with a great strength exercise to keep up with your busy pace. Practice these 10-minute routines three times a week to feel stronger and slimmer.

Practice the exercises in a loop. You should do each exercise set with little rest in between. Drink some water when all sets are done and then repeat the cycle two more times.

Chair Dip

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Sit on the edge of a chair with your hands directly opposite your hips. Slide your hips towards the edge of the chair and bend your elbows 90 degrees. Try to keep your back close to the chair and then go back. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times.

Chair Squat

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Stand in front of a chair with your feet hip-width apart and toes pointing forward. Tilt your chest forward a little. Bend your knees and touch the chair lightly, but don’t sit down. Stand up. Put your weight on your heels and keep your knees ahead of your toes. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times.

Butterfly Abs

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Lie on your back and touch the soles of your feet. You should keep your knees out. Bring your hands behind your head with your elbows out. Tighten your abdominal muscles, lift your chest and shoulders. Then take your back back. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times.

Oblique Crunches

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Lean back with your knees bent. Bring your left ankle over your other knee. Take your right hand behind your head and raise your right shoulder towards your left knee. Sit back. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times and switch to the other side.

Modified Push-Ups

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Take a push-up position with your knees touching the floor. Raise your arms and feet. Your hands should open slightly wider than your chest. Your head, neck and hips should be at the same height. Squeeze your abdominal muscles, bend your elbows and move your lower chest to the floor. Get back again. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times.

Standing Hip Extension

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Put your weight on your right foot and stretch your left foot back. Lift and lower your left foot and squeeze your hip. You can get help from the chair for balance. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times and switch to the other side.

Step-Ups

10-Minute Rejuvenating Workout for Intensive Mothers

Place your right foot on an elevation or step board, and then climb onto the ridge with your left foot. Move your left foot back to its former position (about 30 cm back). Bring your right foot next to your left foot. Repeat 12 reps and you should always keep your chest ahead during the exercise. Then start with the other side and repeat. Add dumbbells to your exercise over time.

Author

  • Timothy P. Carnes

    Timothy P. Carnes is a certified personal trainer with a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from the University of Florida. With over 8 years of experience in the fitness industry, Timothy is an expert in strength and conditioning, body composition, and overall health and wellness. He also holds certifications in strength and conditioning through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and corrective exercise through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). As an author at FitGAG, he shares his knowledge and expertise on a variety of topics, including strength training, body composition, and overall health and wellness tips. Timothy believes that consistency and discipline are the keys to achieving fitness goals, and he strives to inspire his readers to prioritize their fitness and wellness journey. Through his articles, Timothy aims to empower his readers to take control of their health, enhance their performance, and live their best lives.

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