6-Minute Morning Workout Routine Part II

6 Minute Morning Workout Part 2!

Harness the power of metabolic resistance training with this 6-Minute Mini Morning Workout.

With this simple, home workout, you’ll burn major calories, lose weight and tone your body in less time than you can imagine.

The best part is, it’s home friendly and requires no equipment or gym membership to get started.

It simply uses your body-weight and gravity to challenge your body both aerobically and anaerobically and rev up your metabolism, so you can continue to burn calories up to 48 hours after your sweat session.

If you haven’t noticed, this is the very secret to getting a leaner body without spending hours in the gym or on a treadmill. 

In the littlest time, this workout is able to pull off amazing results and improve both your cardio and strength capacity.

Why? because by combining both cardio and strength training in one and keeping its intensity max throughout, you have an ultimate exercise plan that acts as a double threat to your calories and fat and accelerates your weight loss and muscle toning.

After all, with the right exercises done at the right intensity, you can double or triple (or even quadruple!) its effectiveness and reach your fitness goal faster than you’ve ever experienced, and that’s exactly what this workout is about. 

In this 6-Minute Metabolic Resistance Training Morning Routine, you’ll be performing exercises that work your whole full-body and engage multiple major muscle groups at once.

They are often known as functional and compound exercises.

Think of them as multi-tasters that accomplish multiple tasks all at once.

When you perform functional, compound exercises, you can trigger the fat burn hormones and elevate your metabolism, which sets your body to burn calories continuously up to 48 hours post-workout. 

It’s also the perfect workout to get it out of the way before your day starts.

It’s short, intense and just enough sweat involved to make your morning shower pleasant and refreshing.

It’s truly a get up and do it next to your bed kind of workout that wakes your body up as you go through each move.

The best weight loss benefit of it is that working out in the morning before breakfast has been proven most effective at burning fat. Because you work out in the fasted state, you get to tap into the fat reserve and use it as an energy source.

This can only happen when your stomach is empty and haven’t eaten in several hours.

You find your body in this state in the morning before breakfast, thus workout done during the time tends to work best for fat loss.

It’s the easiest change you can make to make your workout more effective at getting rid of the stubborn fat and slimming down body parts that always shrink last. 

Numerous studies also found hat people who workout in the morning tend to have a better start of the day  and positive attitude throughout the day.

All in all, this is a great workout for your body, mind and soul. 

The exercises in this plan are more challenging than our previous 6 Minute Morning Workout.

If you haven’t done part I, get a copy here.. 

In this workout, instead of the most basic exercises seen in the part 1 of our 6 Minute Morning Workout, you’ll be performing jump squats, crunch chops and forward lunges and triceps dips.

They are meant to hit every single body part and maximize your fat burning, calories crushing as well as body toning.

Morning Workout Routine

5 Body-Weight Exercises:

  1. Jumping Squats
  2. Forward Lunges
  3. Plank Lifts
  4. Crunch Chops
  5. Dips Exercise
Misato Alexandre


After making healthy living a priority, Misato lost over 20 lbs in less than 90 days. Instead of weight loss being a dreading experience, living the lifestyle of health and fitness granted her more happiness and joy than ever before. She co-founded Fitwirr to make health and fitness simple for everyone and share her tips through writing evidence-based articles on nutrition, weight loss, and exercise.

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