Start with holding one dumbbell vertically in front of your heart's center. Then Keep your core muscles tight, hinge your hips back, then squat down until your thighs are parallel to ground.
For this exercise, you need keep your feet shoulder width distance apart, push your hips back, and then bend your torso so that your body forms a 45 degree angle.
Position yourself on a incline bench with dumbbell in each hand for the dumbbell bench press. Hold the weights straight up above you with your arms fully extended.
For this, start your lat pulldowns by gripping the lat pulldown bar with your hands just outside shoulder-width and your palms facing away from your body.
For this next exercise, place a pair of dumbbells in front of you, and assume a pushup. Complete three sets of 10 to 15 reps.
Have a dumbbell in each hand for this exercise. Step forward with one leg, and firmly plant your foot on the ground. Then, lower yourself using control until your back knee gently touches the floor.
Last, let's finish up with dumbbell hammer curls. Grab the set of dumbbells with a neutral grip, making sure both hands are facing each other.
Keep your shoulders pulled back, and then curl the weights up, flexing your biceps and forearms the whole time. Squeeze hard at the top, then resist on the way back down.
Exercising for the next 12 days will help you stay active and burn extra calories so you can offset the little extra holiday indulgences you treat yourself to.