Because of this awful pandemic, gyms/fitness centers are most likely closed everywhere (or they should be). Good thing that there are so many ways to get in shape or maintain fitness levels at home!
I have been working out for years at home. As you can probably see, I am really fit. What I like about home workouts is that I am not competing for equipment. I also have an aversion to seeing myself in gym mirrors.
I thought I would post my current workout regimen that I will be doing for 4-5 more weeks. Feel free to start doing it too!
I am doing an upper body/cardio with abs/lower body schedule with one day off in between. The upper and lower body days combine one minute of cardio along with the weightlifting moves.
Upper body (each group done two times)-
A1. Star Jumps A2. Chest flies
B1. High knees B2. Bent over rows
C1. Burpees C2. Back flies
D1. Mountain climbers D2. Shoulder press
E1. Turn jumps E2. Lateral raises
F1. Butt kicks F2. Curls
G1. Jump forwards and backwards G2. Triceps extensions
Lower body (each group done two times)-
A1. Jump squats A2. Legs-together squats
B1. Star jumps B2. Forward lunges
C1. Jump lunges C2. Single leg deadlifts
D1. Jump forwards and run back D2. Side lunges
E1. High knees E2. Regular deadlifts
F1. Lateral hops F2. Hip thrusts
Cardio with abs-
I choose the level 4 or 5 cardio/HIIT workouts from Fitness Blender on these days.
Like I said before, I am accustomed to working out at home so this pandemic isn’t bothering me in that regard. I understand how the change can be tough for other people though.
Just look around the internet to find a ton of different routines you can do in your home with whatever amount of space you have. It is important to keep active and stay as healthy as possible during these unprecedented times.
What is your fitness routine like these days? Let me know!
Thanks for reading!
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