Weightlifting & Exercise/exercise routine


Each day, I dedicate my 45 minutes to exercise like ab crunches, push ups, stretches & jogging.
I want to know that how to convert my 45 minutes for these exercises.
I should start with which exercise and what will be next exercise and their duration too.

Hi Ali,

I am guessing from the way your question is worded that you don't have access to a gym or trainer and these are exercises you do at home.

With that in mind I recommend you check out this website http://www.mensjournal.com/expert-advice/the-30-minute-bodyweight-workout-201302 which should give you an idea of how to set that up.

It also goes into how to change the exercise when they get too easy etc.

I am fairly sure that this article will answer all your questions, however if you need more detail or info from me, just ask.

Have a great day


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