Are you hoping to get a fashionable pair of nüflos this holiday season? Better yet, our LAUR, BENNY, and ANG designs are quality made of neoprene material that is sweat-resistant and allow you to get a full-body workout that burns calories and fat. You will also need a foot-friendly workout routine to go along with your nüflos to build strength, endurance, mobility, and body tone. As your feet are critical to your performance, our anti-slip outsole and cushioned insole provide just the right balance for these exercises.
Try Out Your Nüflos With These Three Exercises
Lunges build body balance, strength, and endurance. This exercise also works out your glutes, thighs, hips, quads, core, hamstrings, and muscles. To begin a forward lunge, move your right leg forward and shift your weight as you place your heel on the floor. Begin to lower your body down until your thigh and knee are parallel. As your heel is open, you will be able to press back on your heel to begin the ascent back to a starting position. Repeat each side twenty times.
Having your toes exposed helps with range-of-motion and mobility as you perform each push-up. Building stronger feet help when doing exercises like lunges or climbing. This exercise also works out your shoulders, triceps, pecs, back, core, hips, and legs. Start by positioning your arms near the shoulder or just a bit wider for comfort. Your hands should be palm-down and fingers apart. Your body should be prone and resting on your toes and hands. Bend your elbows and lower your body down to a 45-degree angle. Your back and stomach must remain straight at all time for proper form. Raise your body up to your starting position and repeat it twenty times.
Deadlifts work out the upper and lower body, so you get a full workout of the arm muscles, chest, abs, back, glutes, thighs, and hamstrings. Your nüflos will put your feet lower to the floor, so you gain a benefit in that they are properly grounded. Begin by standing with the middle of your feet under the barbell. Bend your shoulders and knees and grip the bar. Transfer your strength to your chest and begin to rise up by keeping your back straight. Breathe in and hold it while standing up. Reverse the process and slowly lower the bar using the same method as you raised it.
Here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind:
Incorporating these exercises into your regular routine will provide you with plenty of physical, emotional, and social benefits that will get you ready for your full-body transformation.
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