Foolproof full-body workout to start building muscle fast 

Are you looking for a full-body workout to burn fat and build muscle? This is the article for you! While it's great to hone in on one area of the body, some of us simply need a complete workout that gets all of our muscles engaged. 
The best part? This routine only involves five simple exercises! Get your body beach ready with these easy moves. 
1. Forward lunges 
Let's get started with this exercise described in an article from ACE Fit. To do this exercise, start in a standing position. Make sure that your abdominal muscles are pulled in so that they are stabled and worked during this move. Step forward and lower into a lunge position. Focus on balancing and keeping your hips straight. Do not bend forward. Use your leg and buttock muscles to push back up into a standing position. 
2. Bridge pose using weight 
This is a great exercises that uses your body weight to add a level of difficulty. ACE Fit says to do this move you should start on your back with your knees bent. Keep your abdominal muscles are engaged as you lift your hips off the floor. Make sure this is a controlled movement and your abs are pulled in. Simply lifting your hips off the ground will not cut it. 
3. Jumping jacks
You've probably done this exercise a few times in your life. You know the drill--start with your legs slightly apart and jump up and raise your hands above your head. Jump your feet back together and bring your hands back down. A great cardio workout! 
4. Squat pulses 
To successfully complete this move, start in the squat position Make sure that your knees are bent and slightly sit back as if you are sitting in a chair. Extend your arms in front of you and pulse up and down. Maintain good posture and do not let your bottom touch the ground. 
5. Plank push-ups
A little more challenging than a regular push-up, the plank push-up is a great way to build strength Men's Fitness indicates that the best way to do this move is to start in the prone plank position. Use your forearms to push yourself off the ground, one at a time. Then move back into the prone plank position Repeat. 
Complete these exercises and you will be well on your way to a stronger, leaner you! Share with your friends. does not give medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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