Top 5 Exercises You NEED to Start Doing in 2023

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Whether you are a beginner in the gym, or someone who has spent numerous hours working out, there are so many different exercises and ways for you to move your move. This article will detail some of the best exercises that you NEED to start doing in 2023, why you should be doing them, and of course how to actually do them. Now of course, you could pick just one of the exercises in the article to add to your routine, but that might leave you unbalanced in your body. This is why I highly recommend you try out every exercise detailed, especially the last one mentioned as it is one of my favorites.

Keeping Your Body Balanced

Now, as we mentioned, these exercises will target muscles around the entire body, not leaving out a specific area. This is designed to make sure you are overall balanced and won’t have any overuse injuries in time. If you are confused about the exercise descriptions, feel free to watch the video above.

Top 5 Exercises You Need to Start Doing in 2023

Split Squats

Split squats are a great strength and mobility exercise as they target your leg strength, one leg at a time. This helps if you have any imbalance in your leg strength. Take a large step forward and hold the position, bend the front knee multiple times, and keep your chest up high. If this is too hard, try holding on to something, and if is too easy, try adding a dumbbell for weight. (Product link below.)

Ring Rows

Split Squats are great, but ring rows are an awesome next choice, as they work all of your back muscles, which help you with posture. For ring rows, simply have a set of gymnastic rings hanging from a bar (Product link below), grab the rings and allow your body to look up straight towards the sky, and pull the rings closer to your chest. If this is hard, try doing a simple hold, and if this is easy, put your feet out a little more when doing it.

Seated Dumbbell Overhead Press

The seated dumbbell overhead press will not only challenge your shoulder mobility and strength, but will work your core stability tremendously as well. Grab a pair of dumbbells, and sit on the ground. Next, you will push the dumbbells straight overhead, keeping them close to the midline of your body. If this is too hard, try doing one arm at a time. If this is too easy, try holding the weight at the top, before coming down for another repetition.

Planks

Beyond the overhead press, we can challenge our core even more with a plank. This provides stability throughout the entire spine, which is necessary for every other exercise we do. For planks, start with on all fours, and then come up onto your elbows and toes, demonstrated in the video. If this is too hard, try doing it on your knees. If this is too easy, try doing an alternating plank on one elbow and knee.

Incline Treadmill Walking

Last but not least is some cardio. With incline treadmill walking, you will able to get a great cardio workout without being as high impact as normal treadmill running. The great thing about this, is that you can change it tremendously based off what your fitness level is. If you are just beginner, start out with a small incline and speed. If you are more fit, you can bump it all up!

If you follow these exercises daily, your fitness will improve 10x. If you are interested in following another low impact exercise program, we have designed one below that has helped numerous individuals of all abilities become fit. If you don’t want to do that, feel free to check out the article below, talking about fitness trends that need to DIE by 2023!



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