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Simple outdoor exercises you can do at home in association with Melt Water

Simple outdoor exercises you can do at home in association with Melt Water

Sport360 staff 2018/07/09

Produced using unique technology and extensive research, Melt Water is the result of years of development. The production process mimics the natural formation and melting of glaciers and involves a complex multi-stage freezing, extracting and melting process.

Technology

Melt Water is a result of freezing, extracting and melting. As ice crystals start to form during freezing, they naturally push away all impurities and admixtures. The water that doesn’t freeze, due to impurities, is removed using special technology. At the final stage of production, the final layer of ice is melted back into water giving it the unique icy taste.

Melt Water benefits

  1. One of the world’s purest forms of water.
  2. Produced using unique technology.
  3. Sold in environmentally friendly bottles, made from 20% recycled materials.
  4. Rated as highest quality by the British Retail Consortium

During exercise, it’s vital to stay hydrated and ice cool Melt Water is a favourite of personal trainer Jennifer Chalouhi who has teamed up with Melt Water to talk us through effective outdoor exercises you can do almost anywhere.

Outdoor exercises you can do anywhere

Jumping jacks

Also known as star jumps, you should do sets between 30-60 seconds, that’ll help loosen up your body. Doing this boosts your heart rate, which causes the body to burn more calories and fat resulting in weight-loss. By breathing deeply while performing jumping jacks, your blood circulation will improved and oxygenates your blood and muscles.

Skipping

This will also increase your heart rate, meaning your heart will perform more efficiently. You will also find yourself suffering less from shortness of breath amid various activities, as it will help you build your stamina as a result of skipping. It’s a full-body workout as your legs are constantly moving, as are your arms and shoulders and it works your core too.

Trampoline cardio

Here you want to do double outs and double ins. That means bouncing up and down and moving your feet outwards, bouncing twice, and then brining them together. Afterwards, add in some twists, ski jumps and alternating doubles too. The flexible surface moves with you as you land reducing the stress on your ankles, knees, and hips.

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