There are tons of in-home exercises you can do, but there are 5 that I would like to share with you today that anyone can do in their own living room.
Everyone has their own busy schedule and it’s hard to work out right when you are on the go unless you have some guidance. This is why I’ve done the work for you, and researched tons of options for exercises that don’t require weights or expensive equipment.
These in-home exercises come from the reference of an ACE Certified Professional, and you can be sure that these are safe for almost everyone unless there are specific limitations.
Top 5 In-Home Exercises for Busy People
I’m a busy man, and it’s hard for me to keep up with staying fit when I have to travel. Today, I want to share with you the top 5 in-home exercises for busy people that I highly recommend. You can do these anywhere, whether you are at home or on the road on a regular basis.
1. Supermans. Indeed, these exercises look just like the figure of Superman as he flies through the city. You’ll lay flat on your stomach with her arms straight out in front of you, and legs straight behind you. This is a great stretch that you need to do, so reach as if you could touch each wall with your fingers and toes.
2. Push-ups. Generally, a men’s workout isn’t complete unless he has included push-ups in the workout. These can be done anywhere, and if you are just getting started keep the number of repetitions as high as is comfortable for you.
3. Contralateral Limb Raises. This one is simple, but it’s NOT easy! You’ll lie flat on the floor face down as you did for the Supermans. However, you won’t be stretching. You’ll be reaching up with your left hand while raising your right leg off the floor. Then, you’ll repeat the same movement on the opposite side. This is an exercise designed to help you strengthen your core. You’ll feel it!
4. Bent-Knee Push-up. This is a variation on the standard push-up, and it’s a great way to perfect your form. If you are just starting out, then get into a kneeling position, and put your hands flat on the floor. Then you’ll push-up, but make sure your knees stay on the floor. The whole idea is to use this position to start out the simple way and get stronger, or to help you get your form just right.
5. Push-up with Single Leg Raise. This exercise is somewhat similar to the contralateral leg raise. You’ll be doing push-ups in this movement, and you’ll be raising one leg as you complete a push-up. Then, you’ll do another push-up and switch legs. Whooo, it’s tough.
These are not easy, but they will help you get a good start. Don’t feel bad if you struggle. You have to start somewhere, and the best place is at the beginning.
It’s great that you want to start with in-home exercises, so you can get use to moving your body a little more each day until you get stronger.
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