Are you looking for an easier and faster way to get your daily workout in? Here are a few “no equipment workouts” to help you get that morning workout in.
Sometimes it can be tough to get everything done. But for me, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. For example, I try to work out for at least 30 minutes every morning as much as possible. But sometimes, I can’t get that time to grab all my workout equipment as I want to finish what I’m doing and get to something else.
Dear readers, I hope you can relate to what I’m talking about. But even though life is busy, I believe we can still find a solution to the morning workout!
That is, a no-equipment workout and still help ourselves achieve those goals!
Hence today's topic "no equipment workout."
I’m sharing some simple workouts I usually do without resorting to the equipment I mentioned in this post or even more.
The knee stretch is one of my no equipment workout favorites. I can do it from anywhere, be it in the corner of my kitchen.
The morning stretch helps improve knee mobility, making it easier to move around during other exercises or while I’m juggling all the daily activities.
A day can never go by without squats. I think I’m addicted because I can get up from my seat and watch TV while doing them.
But not just for fun. Squats are proven to be one of the most powerful exercises. Not only that, but they’re one of the best full-body workouts, and one can also do them from anywhere.
Chest and back stretching
Just as it reads, stretch your chest and back.
From experience, this is also an excellent way to relieve tension in the muscles that have been relaxed all night.
I may not do as much as a fitness pro, but I don’t pass up the chance to do at least 15-20 reps.
Yaaas! This is a daily routine to work the back and some abs.
Last but not least, my morning workout includes a little mountain climbing.
I use this type of workout to replace cycling.
I loved cycling but had to stop after minor surgery during my pregnancy.
Mountain climbing exercise is an incredibly efficient workout that works multiple muscles and joints at once.
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