It's never too late to choose healthier choices. You do not have to wait to make a New Year's holiday or set the goal of "looking good" at the pool. The most important thing you need to know is that your fitness journey is your own, and you do not have to compare it to another.
However, if you are interested in a low-maintenance method to start exercising
Google Assistant on the Google homepage has several options to accompany you.
- Open Google Home ($ 69 at Walmart) App
- Tap the Microphone
- Tap the Discover Compass icon bottom right
- . Scroll down to the bottom of the screen. You will see icons for art and lifestyle, business and finance, etc.
- Swipe left until you find Health and Wellness tap.
Google can help you integrate fitness into your daily life in three ways:
You can start or end your day with a seven-minute workout. Just say "Hey google, talk to Quick Workout." Google will ask if you are ready to start training. Say Yes or No .
You make 30-second sets of jumping jacks, push-ups, crunches, planks, high knees, and more. Before each set starts, Google asks you if you're ready. So if you want to catch your breath or drink something, just say no and you'll get a few seconds before asking again.
Planks are not a joke, but try this training out and you'll have a nuclear force like Ruth Bader Ginsberg in no time. Say "Hey, google, talk to Five-minute Plank." Google instructs you to take a push-up position.
They hold each plank position – full plank, elbow plank, etc. – for a minute with a break of 10 seconds in between. Google checks for two poses and asks if you want to continue. Just say yes or no .
This option gives you a little more variety in the exercises you want to perform. Just say " Hey, google, talk to Body Workout " to get started. You can tell Google your name so that you'll be greeted each time (or give yourself an alias if you're feeling creative). Google asks you what training you want – Whole body, stomach or arms . Say which ones you want, and Google asks if you're ready to start. Then you can say Yes or No .
If you select the "Poor" or "Abdominal" workout, Google will guide you through four exercises that target those areas. For example, if you choose the ab workout, start with 20 repetitions of crunches.
Google asks if you're ready after a few seconds to continue, so you can continue at your own pace. After completing the four training sessions, you will get a one-minute break. Next, Google asks if you're ready to proceed, and you can either switch to Arms or Full Body or Repeat Abs. Whole body workout combines abdominal muscles and arms with two leg exercises, allowing you to complete five workouts.
It's just as important to pay attention to your mind as your body. If you've had a long day and do not want to sweat, you might say " Hey, google, ask the meditation leader for a meditation ." You can take part in a guided meditation that includes a peaceful audio track to relax and unwind.
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