Working out at home can be difficult so we decided to break down an easy way to get up in the am and just get to some formation of activity. Simplifying the workouts while covering primary muscles can help with a basis so you don’t over complicate the processes. This helps on the days you don’t feel like it. So when this does occur, you can fall back on getting started at least and find out further some later.
1.) Pullups or Gallon Water Biceps
Pullup bars can be found at Walmart for really cheap or you can just find a way to get in some gallon reps of bicep curls. Hence working biceps is important as it is a deferring muscle that is by far one of the meatiest. Pull-ups also help by doing internal pull-ups for the biceps and wide ranged pull ups for biceps and back. Try and do 10 reps for as many sets as you can with 1 minute breaks.
2.) Bodyweight Squats
Squats can be traditional, jump squats, creative hack squats, pistol squats, or lunges. These help with attacking the primary leg muscles. Nothing complicated just work to ensure progress. To get around toward other facets, also do calf raises and hip extensions. 10 reps of however many sets you can last.
3.) Running in Place or Jumping Rope
Any form of cardio such as Jumping rope, Jumping jacks, running in place, or dancing your ass off helps get a sweat. A straight to the point fact that keeps it simple is doing a spring in place for increments of 90 seconds to 3 minutes with very little break times. Don’t take a lot of time off. It’s not a marathon and you are at home. So the faster you sweat the more you remain focused cause it’s actually working.
4.) Acro Yoga/Meditation
Yoga in general is amazing for you to breath and recenter your focus at all costs. Acro yoga is an active yoga flow often called baths yoga and it helps you in gaining momentum with your bodies flexibility. Mediation can also be taken place because your mind is focused on breaths, moving, & keeping a coordinated balance. Not Bills and bullshit. 15 min yoga sessions shall do the trick!