Celebrity fitness trainer shares a full body workout you can do in the time it takes to boil an egg.
Celebrity trainer Ngo Okafor teach us the “Hard Boiled Egg Workout.” This workout is programed to be done in the time it takes to boil egg. Okafor says it’s a great short workout — or “exercise snack.”
The egg is optional, but if you do boil an egg while you’re working out, you’ll have a great post-workout snack on the ready. Pro tip: Okafor told hosts that the trick to timing this workout is to start moving as soon as you put the egg in the water.
Do this set of moves hard-boiled egg workout three times — or until your egg is ready!
The Hard Boiled Egg Workout
1. Lateral Step Squat
Start with your feet shoulder width apart, step out to the right and squat and step back together. Repeat five times. Then step out to the left, squat, and step back together. Repeat five times.
2. Step Back Lunges
Start with your feet shoulder-width apart. Step your right leg back into a lunge. Bring the right leg forward into place. Repeat five times. Step the left back into a lunge. Bring the left leg forward into place. Repeat five times.
3. Air Punches
Start with your arms close to the sides of your body with the elbows bent. Your fists should be at about chin height — as though you’re protecting your face. Punch the right arm straight forward. Bring the right arm back into place. Punch the left arm forward. Bring the left arm back into place. Repeat ten times.
4. The “fold” exercise
Start on your back with your arms extended in front of your face. Keep your gaze on your fingertips to help keep your neck steady. Engage your abdominal muscles and crunch up towards the ceiling or sky. When you crunch, extend your right hand past your left towards the sky. Then repeat, extending your left hand past your right. Alternate until you reach 10 total crunches.
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