10 Workouts You Can Do At Home

A healthy lifestyle calls for a strict diet, physical exercise and adequate rest; sometimes, just balanced food intake cannot help us gain a fit body. Exercise has its benefits which include weight loss, combating health conditions, improving moods and boosting your energy. People begin their workouts with enthusiasm, but give up due to lack of discipline. Moreover, it becomes difficult for most of with stressful lives to spend an hour at an expensive gym. To make your exercise regime easier and more enjoyable, here are ten workouts you can try at home.

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home:

1. Walking

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home - Walking

Walking or jogging are the simplest exercises you can do at home. If it’s a sunny day outside, wear your sneakers and go for a long walk in the park. Another good idea would be to go up and down a flight of stairs, which tones your legs and provide aerobic exercise.

2. Pushups.

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home - Pushups

A weight-bearing exercise, pushups are a great way to build sweat and lose calories as your biceps, triceps and lower body muscles are put into use. Your back muscles get stretched improving your flexibility, which helps as a cardiovascular exercise. It also helps prevent back injuries and gives you a good posture as a bonus.

3. Crunches.

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home - Crunches

Crunches help us to tone down abdominal muscles and lose calories, though it needs to be done properly. Apart from strengthening your stomach muscles, it also improves your posture and prevents back injury.

4. Squats

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home - Squats

Considered a ‘leg’ exercise, squats actually go on to improve your body posture. They can help in building muscle, and trigger the release of testosterone and growth hormone improving muscle mass in your body. It also maintains mobility and balance by stabilizing your muscles.

5. Jumping jacks.

10 Workouts You Can Do At Home - Jumping Jacks

A children’s favorite, it is also a good cardiovascular exercise by improving circulation and oxygen levels. They release endorphins which in turn reduce stress levels while increasing energy levels at the same time.

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