How To Get Rid Instant Hangover With Workout
Working out is hard when you have hangover. Less intense workout is the best way to revive your body systems responsible for energy production and detoxification. Even the most basic and simple workout will bring you back to life. We have discovered the workout that will help you increase your heart rate and circulation and that will make your metabolism to start with detoxification and restoration. The cardio exercises in this routine burns excess carbs floating in your bloodstream.
Start with 12 minutes of cardio. Choose your favorite machine, such as the elliptical, treadmill, or the stationary bike. Work out at a steady paste. Don’t go too crazy. After doing cardio, do the following stretches and restorative moves. Don’t forget to hydrate! One reason for the symptoms of a hangover is dehydration. Follow the next steps:
Start in a downward dog. Be in this position for three long breaths. Bring your right leg forward and out your right foot in between your hands. Extend back with your left leg and go deeply into your right hip. Hold this position for three deep breaths. Stretch out your right hand to the ceiling while opening your torso to the right, using your left hand for support. Hold this position for three deep breaths. Step back to the starting downward dog position. Repeat the position on the other side.
Lie on your side with arms in front of your shoulders and left leg stretched out in line with your hip. Bend your knee to 90 degrees and rest it on the floor. Open your right arm across your body, allowing your torso to open to the right. Open until your right arm and hand are on the floor, and look towards your hand. Exhale and return to the starting position. Do 10 repetitions. Repeat the exercise on the other side.
Start in a bent-forward position with your feet under your hips and your hands on the floor. Hold this position for three slow, deep breaths. Walk your hands until you are in a pushup position with hands under your shoulders and your legs extended. Hold this position for 3 slow, deep breaths. Walk your feet towards your hands until you are back in your starting position. Hold this position for three slow breaths, and repeat the exercise two more times.
Glute Bridge March
Lay on your back with knees bent, feet on the floor and hips raised. Press into your heels until your hips are lined with your shoulders and knees. Lift your right knee toward your chest. Hold for two seconds, then go back to the starting position. Do the exercise with the other knee also.
Crossover Jumping Jacks
Stand with your feet three feet apart and your arms extended outward from your shoulders. Jump and cross your legs, landing with your right leg in front of your left. Cross your arms in front of your chest while jumping. Jump back to the starting position. Repeat the movement, this time jumping so that your left foot is in front of your right.
Belly Crunch and Half Boat
Sit upright with a long spine and bring your knees into your chest with toes lightly touching the floor. Lean back while activating your core muscles. Stretch out your arms in front of your chest and stretch your legs outward, in a letter “V” position. Hold this position for 30 seconds.