Stay at Home – Fitness Tips
Working out can get crazy-boring whether you’re working out at home or if you’re a regular at the gym. Hence this article with these awesome fitness tips to inspire and motivate you. One helpful piece of advice I can share with all of you when you’re stuck at home – but want to stay in shape is to keep things interesting and try new workouts whenever you can. Even if it’s just adding one or two minor changes to your workout routine – do it.
When you change up your daily workout routine, you’ll start to see the difference in your body, including your tone and muscles, depending on what you’re trying to achieve. And you will definitely feel more enthusiastic, motivated, and excited to work out, instead of being bored and giving up from doing the same thing over and over, every single day. You gotta keep life spicy despite the circumstances – in every aspect, including your workout routine. Here are some cool exercises and ideas for changing up your workout and staying fit when you’re stuck at home during this pandemic and always.
First of all, if you are feeling bored or unmotivated, you are not alone, especially if you’re the type who is super-active, athletic, or just loves being out and about. This is temporary. Staying healthy physically and emotionally is very important.
Rule #1 You Are Not Hungry, You Are Bored.
Close the Fridge, I Mean It.
Stress Eating? STOP.
The Bridge Is Great for Your Glutes, Back, and Abs
Free Weights Are Always Good
Start ‘Em Young!
Don’t Forget the Importance of Stretching
Here Are Some More Interesting Workouts You Can Do While Stuck at Home During COVID 19
Here’s One Yoga Move That Looks Cool, Willing to Try It?
Get Up, Get Up, Get Up, Move, Move, Move!
Don’t Make Excuses.
Do Pilates Arches and Back Extensions
Don’t Give Up, Upward Dog (Yoga)
Jump Rope Might Be Old School, but It’s a Great Work Out.
Crank Up the Tunes and Dance
Push a Little Harder
Social Distancing but Still Staying Active and Fit
Use Resistance Bands
Do Planks. Time Yourself and Try to Do 3 Sets of 60 Seconds Each Day.
Work Out at Any Age
Yoga Poses and Stretches
Downward Facing Dog, and Cheek Kisses
Use a Stability Ball in Your Workouts
Make the Most Out of Your Home Workouts