Get Fit With Water. We Show You How.

How Water Can Get You Fit

Sure, we’d all love to have a fully stocked gym at home – it would surly make working out easier, huh? – but not all of us have that luxury. But that doesn’t mean you can’t workout at home, effectively no less!

Scott Herman a trainer with Lionsgate’s BeFit, which offers free workouts for exercise enthusiasts of all levels is, yet again, sharing with us quick and easy workouts you can do anytime, anywhere.

He’s the same trainer who shared with us his favorite ways to get fit in a chair!

Today, he’s here to help us get fit when all you’ve got are a few cases of Evamor Alkaline Water lying around (or is that just us?!)

All you need are two water bottles or jugs (the heavier they are, the more intense). And some free time, of course!

Bottle Fly + Press
Work on building sexy shoulders with this unique combo. Stand holding a water bottle in each hand with your arms hanging by your sides, palms facing in towards you thighs. With a slight bend in your elbows, lift both arms straight out to your sides until they are parallel with the fool. Your body should look like a “T.” From here, turn your palms to face up and bend your elbows so they are at a 90-degree angle. Your elbow and shoulder should be at the same height. Now it is time to carve those shoulders! Turn your palms to face forward and press the bottles all the way up until your arms are completely straight above your head. Once both arms are fully extended, lower both bottles back to the starting positon and repeat 10-20 times. Want to take this to the next level? Try Scott’s Intensity: HIIT with Weights Workout.

Bottle Squats
Tone and tighten those glutes by finding the biggest water jug you can handle. Standing with your feet about shoulder width apart, hold your water bottle in front of your chest with both hands. Keep your chest up as you mimic sitting back into a chain. As soon as your thighs are parallel to the ground, push through your heels to return to the starting position. Repeat 15-20 times. Want to take this to the next level? Try Scott’s Lower Body Workout: Glutes, Quads & Hamstrings.