6 minutes to shape-up? I don't think so… but reading the workout the 6
minutes seems like is going to work. It's a basic workout but intense. The
workout below can be done anywhere, anytime with no special equipment required, and it takes just 6 minutes. Good enough for me. Ok- let give it a try…

source: msnbc

Start with your feet together, then step out with your right foot into a forward lunge. Keep your back straight. Your right leg and thigh should form a 90-degree angle. Push back off the right foot and up to the starting position. Then repeat with the left leg. Do 24 lunges on each side.

If you can't do a full traditional military push-up, modify your technique by pushing up from your knees instead of your toes. Do 24 push-ups.


From a traditional push-up starting position, up on your hands and toes,
lift your right foot and bring your knee to your chest. Touch the foot down and then return to the starting position. Then bring up the left foot. Do 24 repetitions on each leg.

Bicycle crunches
Lying on your back, bring your left elbow to your right knee, and then bring your right elbow to your left knee. Do 24 repetitions on each side.

Using the stairs or a sturdy chair, step up with your right foot. Bring your left foot up to touch the right foot and then step back down. Switch to the left leg. Do 24 repetitions on each side.

V crunches
Start on your back with your hands at your sides. Then bend your knees and lift them up. At the same time, lift up your torso and bring it toward your thighs. Your thighs and chest should form a "V." Then lower and repeat. Do
24 crunches.


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