1. Dumbbell goblet squat
The trick to ace the goblet squat is to keep your core tight and go slow, when you are dipping down into the squat position.
First and foremost, stand with your feet hips shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbell with both hands in front of your chest. Now, sit back into a squat, keep the dumb-bell in the same position and then lift back up.
Do 25 reps and five sets of dumbbell goblet squat.
2. Dumb-bell jumping jacks
To do dumb-bell jumping jacks, you need to pick the lightest dumbbell available initially. Once you are pro at it, then you can switch to a higher weight. We would recommend you not to go beyond five kilos, otherwise it will impact the movement and your speed.
Do the regular jumping jacks, but holding dumb-bells in your hands.
Do 100 reps and 5 sets of dumb-bell jumping jacks.
3. Dumb-bell step-ups
You can hold heavy weight dumb-bells, but just because you’re a beginner, start with 2.5 kilos in each hand.
To do this move, stand straight and holding dumb-bells on your side, with palms facing towards your body. Now place your right foot onto an elevated platform and push up through your heel to lift yourself up, and place your left foot on the platform. Step back down with your left foot, concentrating on flexing your hip and the knee of your right leg.