5 Quick Motivational Video Workouts to Try Today on Your Break

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, Jul, 19, 2021

Short on energy to workout?Motivational Video Workout

You might just need a motivational video workout to get you going.

With the hybrid work model becoming the norm, many workers are sitting a lot longer than usual. But that doesn’t have to be you or your team.

Share this post with your coworkers and employees to get them inspired to get up and move their bodies. Doing so daily can help prevent back pain and poor posture while increasing energy and blood flow. Looking to lose weight or keep cardiovascular health in check? Regular exercise does that, too.

Below, you’ll find five inspirational and motivational video workouts to offer a visual of how to do a workout that doesn’t require equipment or a change of workout clothes.

Motivational Video Workouts to Try Today

Easy Stretches to Do at Work  

This video makes it easy to get up and stretch any time of day. If you sit all day long, it saps your energy and productivity. When you’re feeling tense, take a break and do some quick stretching. This one can easily be done in work clothes and in your cubicle to stretch out tense neck and shoulder muscles that are the result of slouching at a computer all day.

10-Minute Office Workout Exercises

Even if you have a narrow space to work with, you can do this exercise video! Arm circles, calf raises, and squats are just a few of the moves you’ll do in this video. If you’re looking to target your whole body with a quick routine, try out this video on your next break — it’s effective and fast.

Beginner 1-Mile Walk

Can’t take a walk outside? Then do it inside! Leslie Sansone, creator of the Walk at Home program, gets participants sweating without weights or bands. With simple moves and encouragement, this short walk gets circulation flowing and the heart rate up. This workout is also a great warm-up, so if you’re looking to do a more intense session right after work, start with a warm-up session like this.

Low Impact Cardio Workout for Beginners

This quick workout will help you improve your posture and get you moving. Use it as a beginner baseline workout or as a nice warm-up to a more rigorous routine. Ten minutes is enough to get your heart rate going and is a start for anyone who is trying to move their body on a more consistent basis.

10-Minute Flexibility Full-Body Yoga Flow

 Feeling stiff from all that sitting? Grab your yoga mat and start stretching. This gentle yoga flow uses both static and dynamic stretches to loosen up your hips, hamstrings, shoulders, legs, and more. Whether you’re looking for more flexibility or just a really good stretch after sitting, this flow session will help you feel energized and less tense in minutes.

Related: Watch Out for These 7 Workplace Energy Drains

3 Reasons to Workout (Even While Working)

Not a fan of getting sweaty? Maybe you haven’t found your reason to get motivated to workout. Below are a few excellent reasons to workout — even during the day at work — to keep you feeling your most confident, strongest, and healthiest.

Reason #1: You live longer when you workout

This is perhaps the best reason to workout daily. Study after study has shown regular physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of bone breakage, heart failure, obesity, and other chronic health conditions.

Reason #2: You quickly improve your mood

Having a rough day? Working out can help you instantly lift your mood. Thanks to the release of feel-good hormones during a workout, your mood improves. The serotonin increase is also known to help those with chronic depression, too. You can sweat your way to happiness!

Reason #3: You can reduce short-term anxiety

Worried about a deadline? Feuding with a co-worker? Try exercise to push the worries away. Research shows that exercise can minimize short-term anxiety. If you need to make hard decisions, but you’re worried, it can be hard to think clearly. Regular exercise is known to clear the mental cobwebs and keep your judgment skills sharp as you age.

What are your favorite short workouts? How do you stay motivated to get going when you need a workout? Share in the comments below!

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