The majority of us are entering the lockdown on our fourth and fifth week, and, by this time, we’re sure some have already established a daily routine that involves regular exercise.


Exercising indoors has a lot of benefits, especially if you want to get fitter while on quarantine. Also, if you don’t have any equipment, there are still a lot of exercises that you can do even just sitting on your room rug, and these include the following:


1. Mountain climbers

Start with a high plank position and then take your right knee to your chest, alternate between knees, and do this as fast as you can to improve your agility.


2. Step-ups

Simple and straightforward, all you have to do is to step up and down off a step. Hold onto something if your balance is being challenged and make sure to follow the right form, keeping feet and knees pointing upward.


3. Superman
Start with your form by kneeling on your hands and knees. Make sure that your head is up, you’re looking down, and your chin is tucked. To do this, lift your left arm straight and, as you lift it, lift your legs straight with toes pointing to the ground.


4. Hip bridge

Lay on your back, feet flat on the floor, and then lift your bottom upwards and make sure that your hips are fully extended. Squeeze your glutes as you reach the top, then pause for one second, then slowly come back down, then repeat.


5. Plank

One of the most effective exercises that you can do to strengthen your core muscles. To start, get in the usual position for a press-up but, this time, bend your elbows and rest forearms on the floor. Make sure that your back is straight, then hold the position for two minutes, then rest 10 seconds, then have for one minute.


6. Jump squat

Add more movements in your usual squats with jump squats. To start, feet should be shoulder-width apart, lower into a standard squat, and make sure to keep your back straight and your gaze straightforward. When you come up, push the balls of your feet to jump, make sure that you land with slightly bent knees.


7. Burpees

This is a great overall exercise that starts with positioning your feet shoulder-width apart, then do a lower squat. Once you’re in a squat position, put your hands on the floor in front of you, and make sure to shift your weight to your hands. Jump your feet backward to fall into a plank-like position. Jump your feet forward, stand straight, and raise your hands with a slight bend, then repeat.


With these 7 Best Exercises at Home, You can actually create a routine with these simple exercises to start your day now!

Author: Blogger