Currently, home workout routines are essential due to the corona virus pandemic. Besides, many gyms and fitness studios have temporarily closed their doors to encourage people to stay home. Therefore, you should craft a healthy and reasonable exercise routine for yourself during this period. Below, we have mentioned some of the home workout exercises that you can practice amidst this global outbreak.
The press-up is an exercise in which a person lays facing the floor while keeping their back straight. The task is to raise the body by pressing down on their hands. The correct setup for a standard press-up is to position your hands shoulder-width apart. As you bend and lower toward the ground, your elbows should be at about 45-degrees to your body. This exercise improves or impacts the triceps, pectoral muscles, shoulders, and strengthens the lower back. Moreover, press-ups are a fast and effective practice for building strength.
Skipping involves jumping over a rope that is held at both ends by oneself or two other people. Skipping is an excellent way of losing weight since it causes the movement of all the body muscles. Moreover, it tones and shapes your hips, stomach, thighs, buttocks, arms.
Burpees is a full physique workout that trainers use for aerobic workouts. You should begin the exercise from a standing position then squat down and place your hands on the floor in front of you. Further, quickly kick both feet out behind so that you are in a pushup position and then do one. Next, bring your legs forward to go into a squatting position and jump up. Note that, the burpee works your arms, back, chest, core, glutes, and legs.
Plank is a simple but effective bodyweight exercise that requires no equipment. To do it, place your feet hip-width and elbows shoulder-width apart. Engage your abs, then tuck your toes to lift your body with your forearms on the ground. You should form a straight line from your shoulders to heels, then, hold for 45 to 60 seconds. Planks are perfect for working your core and builds the six-pack.
The bench dip is a valuable addition to your training routine that can help to pump up your triceps. To do it, stand facing away from a bench and grab it with both hands at shoulder-width. Then, spread your legs out in front of you and slowly lower your body by bending at the elbows. Using your triceps, lift yourself back to the starting position.