An Easy and Convenient Workout At Home

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An Easy and Convenient Workout At Home

You don’t need to avail a membership and allot at least 2 to 3 hours of your time to go to gym, or even buy expensive workout apparatus to kill those unwanted fats and maintain your physically fit body. Money and time concerns is probably a main factor why most of the people is not engaging into this kind of activity. But you don’t need to worry, there are several exercise that you can actually do at home anytime with no gym equipment needed, just household items and a pack of full energy within your body. Follow this iHCG workout tips at home that you can do anytime of the day.

Chair Exercise

A usual furniture seen around our home can actually turn into your everyday workout aid. In this exercise, you just need a sturdy chair to hold. Here are the list of exercise you can do with a chair:

    • Sit To Stand. This is probably the easiest. You just need to sit straight to the chair and eventually stand up. Do this for 90 seconds in the morning everyday.

    • Incline Push Ups. Place both hand on the seat of the chair and move feet and leg in a plank position. Keep your body straight position, bend your elbows and lower your body toward the seat. Then, do the push ups through your hands to return to the starting position. Do it repeatedly.

    • Chair Leg Exercise. Stand firmly with a chair place on your left side with the back facing you. Then, place your left hand on the chair for support and straightly lift your right leg in front of you as high as possible. Repeat. Turn around and switch to the other side.

    • Arm Circles. This exercise  can be done by just sitting and watching your favorite show or browsing the internet. Sit in a chair. Raise your arms straight like forming a T shape. Extend your arms and do forwards circles.Do it constantly for 90 seconds.

  • Stretching. Place the chair away in your back. Bend right knee in a 90 degrees position and put the right foot on the seat of the chair in a curve position. Put your hand on your knee. Do this for 30 seconds and change position now placing the right foot into the chair.

Wall Exercise

Go to a wall with no house furniture near on it that you can easily move and bend your body. Stand with your back towards the wall and sit down into a squat, low down with your leg in a 90 degree angle and calmly hold for a minute.

Bag of rice exercise

A bag of rice can be an home items alternatives for a dumbbell. Grab a bag of rice weighting based on your preference. Then, take the item either on you left or right hand, forward your leg, bend your front knee and pace your forearm on the top of your left thigh for support. Remember to keep your back and leg straight as possible. Then, switch side. Do this for 12 times.

Tricep Push Ups

To be able to do these, you need to be in your kitchen counter. First, stand your toes away from the kitchen counter and place your hand on the counter slightly closer than shoulder-width apart. Then, lower your chest as long as you can towards the counter while holding your body in a straight position. Make sure that your elbows are close to your body. Press your body back up away from the counter. Repeat.

Stairs Exercise

Stairs is a one perfect place for a comfortable exercise at home that includes:

    • Push Ups. Place your hands on the upper stairs and your feet on the lower stairs then, do the push ups.

    • Skating forward step. Face the front of the stairs. On the first step, place your left foot away and your right foot on the second step. Climb the stairs using that position. Repeat as fast as you can.

    • Mountain Climbing Stair Exercise. Face the front of the stairs then place your hand on the second or third step with blended legs. Bring your left knee in front of your chest then return your foot onto the floor. Then, repeat with the other side.

    • Climbing Exercise. This exercise is similar to running but the difference is you have to do this on the stairs upward and downward. Consistently climb up and went down the stairs as fast as you can, correct your posture by maintaining the straight body and looking straight.

  • Stair Squats. An exercise beneficial to get legs back to shape. Stand straight in the side position of the stair and place your other lef on the second step and other left on the ground. Then, lower down your upper body and bend your knee to the 90 degrees. Do it repeatedly.

TIP: Always put your body in a straight position while doing this exercises to maintain a proper body posture.

Good luck and we’ll hope you’re having a healthy and physically fit body.

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