Exercises That Make Kayla Itsines BBG Program Easier

The Kayla Itsines Bikini Body Guide Review notes how intense the BBG program is, so how do you help your body adjust to it? By doing some low-impact exercises everyday.

Start with something simple, playful and that anyone can practice, regardless of age.  Walking is one of the best low-impact exercises you can get and it is ideal for beginners and for people who have health problems that inhibits them from strenuous exercise like the Kayla Itsines BBG. Go out to the beach and enjoy a beautiful view of the scenery. However, if you do not have time or live in the city you can incorporate daily walking into your routine in other ways. For example, walk to the store instead of driving. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Any small way you can incorporate more walking into your daily routine will already help a lot on your fitness journey. If there are areas near you, a weekend hike might also help. Every Saturday or Sunday, pick a different local park or nature reserve to go explore with friends, family, your pets or even on your own. Take along a camera and you might get some beautiful pictures of the journey as well.

Another great way to exercise outdoors is by riding a bicycle. Using your bicycle as a mode of transportation to places that aren’t more than twenty minutes away can make a big impact on how much weight you lose and how fit you get. If you don’t want to ride a bike outside for whatever reason, you can also take spinning classes in a gym. Spinning is a fun way to exercise and build up your cardiorespiratory system for those difficult exercises in the Kayla Itsines BBG.

One of the best exercises to lose weight and have fun at the same time is aerobics. You can choose between dance classes, localized gymnastics or zumba. A one-hour routine to strengthen the legs, buttocks and hips almost without realizing it is the perfect addition to the BBG program and makes a great warm-up session as well before you get started.

Another great exercise that doubles as a warm-up is jumping rope. Jumping rope is fun and might make you think of your childhood when you jumped rope for hours. Now it may seem more difficult with the age, but if you can have fun while doing it the time will fly. Jumping rope will help you lose weight and improve your endurance, both great things in addition to the BBG program.

Want a relaxing, low-impact exercise on those days that your muscles are just too sore to handle a BBG workout? Try swimming. Swimming is a great way to slowly build strength in your muscles and the amount of calories an hour in the pool burns is more or less 400. While it isn’t great as a main workout for everyday, it’s perfect on your rest day when you need to give your muscles a break. You can stay active while relaxing at the same time.