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Do These Exercises Before Hitting the Hay

There are common beliefs that training before going to bed spoils the quality of sleep as it bursts our body with energy and revs our heart rate. Yet there was

6 months ago

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There are common beliefs that training before going to bed spoils the quality of sleep as it bursts our body with energy and revs our heart rate. Yet there was also a lot of research done that proved the opposite. Depending on what exercises you perform before going to bed, they can bring you a lot of various benefits. A workout that doesn’t rush your adrenaline levels and doesn’t make you stream with the sweat is actually a good part of your evening routine.

The moves that have a low-impact on the body and superbly stretch it are actually the ones your body needs before going to see sweet dreams. So, here is a list of amazing night time exercises.

The Glute bridge doesn’t make your heart bounce like a stereo while focusing on your core muscles and glutes. Do it slowly while focusing on each of your muscles and make them work.

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Plank is also a great exercise that trains all the core muscles and other essential muscles. It allows thinking of your breath even though sometimes makes you sweat. It’s a low-impact move that targets all your body. Someone said that doing the plank won’t help you grow the muscles or achieve the ideal shape. Yet it will prepare your body for more impactful and intensive exercises and, thus, help reach your goals way faster.

The child’s pose is more about stretching rather than training. It provides the release of the back and hip muscles and helps your body ‘breathe out’ after sitting all day in front of the laptop. A child’s pose is about relaxing and reducing stress. Definitely try it when you decide to do some workout in the evening.

Figure-4 stretch is for stretching your glutes, hips, thighs, and the muscles of the lower back. We have kept it for the end as this exercise is ideal for finishing your late workout. It calms your body and aids in complete relaxation before going to sleep.

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