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Plenty … have a look at the Nike Training App /Club (NTC) plenty of exercises – no equipment needed & a myriad of other Apps …
- What’s the hardest part? Starting, sustaining or achieving?
- How do you continue your exercising routine when you can’t follow it, like when you’re traveling or visiting friends?
- What are the factors that most contribute to you skipping your exercise habit?
- How do you manage to sweep away all the things that steal the place of the exercise habit?
- What is your greatest motivation to exercise?
I just started with crunches. I also found an exercise ball at target for $5 so once I really get into the habit I will start incorporating that as well.
Some exercises built-in in Fabulous are good choices for home exercising. The 7min workout is my daily minimum. When I'm late or in a hurry I try doing at least the 1min "just get moving" workout. If those become too easy for you, you can Google for exercises progressions, like diamond push-ups instead of regular ones, and replace them as you progress. Once in a while I like to do the Fabulous' abs workout too. This kind of exercises are known as calisthenics, and by googling this keyword you can find lots of material and apps for exercising at home. I recommend you try Thenics and Madbarz apps. When I used them I noticed improvements in my body after a few weeks. Beware that some calisthenics exercises put stress in your joints and may injure you, specially if you don't follow the instructions and breathe correctly. Other useful advice is to warm up before and stretch after hard exercise sessions.
Well, actually a great deal of exercises. Walking around my apartment in the morning is one of the best things of living here. There are bars (or beams idk how to call) so i can also do the pull-up. And not to mention a tons of exercises that can be done right at home.
Check out body weight exercises on YouTube. There's a lot you can do to strengthen and tone just using your own body weight.
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Depending on your level of fitness there are many ways to work out in the home. I find it easier to follow a pre laid out stretching or exercising routine. Therefore various muscles are stimulated at that session and can be easily repeated when needed. I have a small book that I have used over the years $1 at the check out kind of Book. Nothing fancy but effective. I have created tailor made workouts for different times in my life. I prefer books or written schedules because I have realized the phone apps are way too distracting. My mind will be thinking 7minute workout but my fingers are on Facebook. Then I don't work out. Without contradicting myself.. Classes on my tv such as yoga meditation and tai chi are my latest endeavor. I feel that I should add that Fabulous is helping me to be consistent with exercise. Where before I would not exercise for a day…a week..leading into a month. So any exercise is good. Consistency is the most important for me.
I'm not an expert, but I guess swimming and running is very good for the body. I also think Yoga is very good for toning, and gymnastics.
Planking is a good toning exercise that youcan do at home. You don't need equipment for it and you can do it for as long as you want or need. 1 minute a day is already enough to build a bit of strength. Because you tighten up all the muscles in your body while planking, it makes for a good short, full-body exercise.
- What type of exercises one can follow and can dance be done instead of exercise??
- What exercises do other people do for 5 mins before work ?
- How do you build stamina?
- Is it good to drink water all through a meal, or only after or just before?
- Is HIIT good for fat loss
- What is the best kind of breakfast?
- What do you do for your morning excersise?
- I find more difficult to keep up with my diet at nights. Why is that happening and how can I change it?
- How do you stay motivated to exercise when it takes so long to see results?
- Is yoga daily with a good diet enough to lose weight?