Get Fit at Home: Tone Your Body and Lose Weight with These 5 Simple Exercises!

Have you ever tried to impress your crush by telling them about all the movies and Netflix shows you have seen? That doesn’t do the trick now, does it?

At least we know that it does not have the same effect, say, like impressing them with your athleticism. For that, we are here to help you get fit, make friends, and possibly impress some potential romantic partners!

We won’t ask you to hut the gym, as we are bringing the gym to you. That’s right! Better keep your wallet full for those future dates.

I- The pencil squat :

-Stand with your feet close together

-Position your arm directly up overhead

-Now hop to feet shoulder-width apart

-Touch down behind your heels

-Come back up while squeezing the inner thigh

-Position your arms back up overhead

-Repeat the process for no less than 30 seconds straight

II-Do push-ups:

– Set your body parallel to the floor and bring your wrists to shoulder width.

– Push up on your toes and wrists without your body touching the floor.

– Flex your arms to allow your body to slowly approach the ground.

– Then extend your arms to return to the starting position.

– Start with 6 reps of this exercise with a 30-second break in between.

III-“Lift” your body to the next level:

– Stand with your feet slightly open (at hips-width).

– Squat down and place your palms on the ground (you can use a mat).

– Do a small jump backward in a way that you find yourself in a push-up position

– Now perform a quick active jump, making sure your hands are extended upward and return to the ground so that your knees are squatting at chest level.

– Repeating this exercise at least 6 times will tone the leg and gluteal muscles.

IV-Plank your way to a stronger body:

– First, get into a classic plank position by leaning on your toes and forearms so that your elbows are directly below your shoulders.

– Bring your right knee forward and lift your hips.

– Return to the starting position and repeat the same movement with the left knee.

-Start over and do at least 10 reps for better results.

V-Static Climbing Exercise:

-Find a vertical surface that is sturdy enough (like a wall).

-Reach up and grip the surface and keep your hands shoulder-width apart.

-Make sure you maintain a straight back.

-Hold the same position for 30 to 60 seconds.

-Release the grip and rest for 20 seconds, then repeat.

Published by
Jack Newman