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Exercising from the comfort of home sounds great in theory — no running to the studio, no smelling other people’s sweat and, most importantly, you can do the routine at your own pace. However, with many states still following stay-at-home orders, it can be difficult to find time in your day to sneak in a workout — especially if you’re working from home or taking care of kids.
Luckily, Justin and Taylor Norris — the founders of LIT Method —came up with a deceptively challenging workout you can do right in your living room, and you just need five minutes.
LIT Method — which stands for ‘low impact training’ — helps strengthen your body, correct your posture and fix muscle imbalances, according to Justin.
“Our advice for someone who wants to try the LIT Method for the first time is just do it,” he shares with Yahoo Life. “You are going to love it. We’re here to build you, not break you — both physically and mentally.”
“You can do this workout every day if you want,” Taylor adds.
Before you start, you’ll need a foam roller, resistance band and bootie band. You can purchase all three from LIT Method, or you can use the ones you already have on hand. We love this foam roller from AmazonBasics, which is available in seven colors and four lengths, and is just $15.
To kick things off, grab your foam roller and extend your back leg while bringing your knee to your chest. Make sure to keep your abs tight.
Next, grab your resistance band. Put one foot on, and step the other back. While standing tall and keeping your shoulders back, alternate between an upright row and bicep curls. Make sure to keep your abs tight.
For your next move, start off with both your feet on the resistance band. Then, while bending at the hips, cross the band. Start off slow if you have to. This move strengthens the arms and shoulders, and assists with posture.
Grab your bootie band. Step through, and pull it up about two inches above the knee. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart, and pulse your knees out.
Almost there! Keeping the band above the knees, alternate tapping each foot out. You only have to do this move 10 times, so don’t worry — once you’re done with this set, you’ve completed the workout.
Want to try more workouts? Check out Justin and Taylor Norris’ LIT Method workouts on demand.
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