If taking a gym membership pinches your pocket or you don’t have access to a gym or the time frame of the gym doesn’t suit you then should your workout regime get affected? No if you don’t want to leave your home yet start your workout regime then here are the effective home workout routines for you.
No matter which of the home workout schedule you pick it is essential that you start with warms ups and stretching so that your body is ready for the routine. The warm up needs to be done for five minutes and nothing tough is required some basic moves will serve the purpose. Do arm rotations, neck rotations, feet and legs rotations, side leg swings, hip rotations, and you are good to start the routine.
Lower body workout with cardio burnout
It is not the regular leg workout but it is dynamic approach to the old schedule. It focuses on improving speed, agility, and core strength. The workout helps to test the endurance. The exercise can be made tougher or easier by changing the amount of rest you take between the exercises. In the routine you incorporate lunges and plank.
Full- body cardio challenge
The workout involves the complete body and is created by Eisinger. The circuit will cycle through five moves and works all parts of body. It starts from legs (squat pulse), core (tuck-up), and shoulders (frogger). Do the number of rounds that suits your body.
A 20-minute HIIT workout that is easier on joints
The HIIT workout is full of plyometric moves and it gives results but it is not recommended for people with joint issues. Therefore the modified version was introduced by Colleen Conlon and is kinder on the joints. It has lower impact moves like sidekicks through crab toe touches.
Plank based workout to light the core
There are variations of plank that can work your arms. The schedule puts shoulders and triceps in work. Certified trainer Lita Lewis. It has three plank based moves like push ups, shoulder tap, and plank forearm reach. The second circuit is heavy on the plank variations and with the plank for a significant time.
A 3-move 30-minutecardio workout
The schedule is designed by Eisinger and has three moves froggers, bird-dog crunches, and a three-point toe touch in quick succession. The minute workout works as a cardio routine.
Before starting any of the above schedule or dancing your way to fitness remember to consult you doctor and seek their permission. The thumb rule is that you understand your body, and if the routine is causing discomfort then you need to stop it.