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Quick Exercises You Can Do to Enhance the Equilibrium Protocol
Is exercising mandatory while on the hCG diet? Absolutely not. That’s one of the perks! However, it’s always a good idea to get up and moving even if only for 30 minutes. This way you can lose weight and get toned at the same time. Here is a schedule for the week of some quick exercises that you can do in the comfort of your own home, maybe even while catching up on the newest episode of your favorite show!
Today is the day you get to work out your arms. Start with 3 sets of 20 arm circles to warm up, and follow with 3 sets of 15 push-ups. After a few weeks of this, you will be the champion of arm wrestling.
Everyone’s favorite area to exercise is the core, right? Wait no longer because today is the day! Start with 3 sets of 20 sit-ups, and don’t forget to keep your feet on the ground at all times! Do you think riding a bike is easy? Well what if you try it while lying on the ground? Follow your sit-ups with 2 sets of 20 bicycle abs.
What better way to celebrate Friday than working your leg muscles? Try 3 sets of 20 squats to work the upper parts of your legs and finish with 3 sets of 15 calf raises to work the lower part of your legs.
For an extra boost, hold a plank for one minute after each of these exercises. Remember you can add exercises, add reps, or add days to any of these suggestions.
We’re here to help you jumpstart your healthy lifestyle and most importantly, we want to see you succeed in the long term with our weight loss clinic in the Hilton Head-Savannah area. For more information about the hCG diet or to schedule your first appointment, just give us a call at 843-815-7576.
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