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5 Best Hangover Workouts

5 Best Hangover Workouts

August 23, 2018

Sooo you overindulged a little last night. We all know how hard it is to make it to the gym ESPECIALLY when you're hungover. Even though working out is probably the last thing you want to do after a late night out, it can be helpful in speeding up your recovery process. Here are the best workouts that are helpful when you literally need sunglasses to open the fridge. 

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1. BARRE

Barre classes are one of the only types of fitness classes where you’ll actually get an amazing workout while basically staying stationary the whole time. Aside from pulsing your ass until your thighs shake and lifting two-pound weights while wondering when you got so weak, you’ll pretty much be holding onto the bar the entire time and avoiding any moves that might make you more nauseous than you already are.

 

2. SPINNING

An early spin class might sound like hell after a night out, but sweating out last night’s tequila is actually legit, and there’s no sweat like a spin class sweat. You’ll feel amazing after sweating out your alcohol and the endorphins might actually help cure your headache.

 

3.  BOXING 

Boxing is another cardio exercise that doesn’t really involve jumping around, which makes it ideal for a hungover Sunday workout. Workouts that include plyometric moves like burpees and box jumps might make you sick to your stomach, so boxing is a good way to sweat your ass off without seeing stars 10 minutes in. 

 

4. PILATES 

Pilates classes challenge your muscles in different ways than traditional strength or cardio workouts do, and you don’t have to kill yourself to get an effective workout out of it. Whether you’re taking a reformer class or a mat-based class, you’ll feel the burn in your legs, arms, and abs, and you don’t even have to listen to pounding music that could worsen your headache.

 

5. YOGA

The last thing you probably feel like doing is rolling out your yoga mat. But you should. A little yoga can go a long way to minimize suffering and speed the recovery process. Try simple positions such as child's pose and cat-cow!

 

 

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