Due to coronavirus, the government has banned many public places, one of which is a gym, due to which many people are worried about what to do now. Lockdown is going to be a challenge for super-fit gym addicted persons since gyms are closed and movement outside is banned. So to solve this problem, there are 5 exercises you can do while stuck indoors and keep yourself fit.
Push-ups may just be the perfect exercise for chest, shoulder, and arms and also helps to increase core strength. To do this exercise, get on all fours and position your hands slightly wider than your shoulders. Extend your legs back so that you are balanced on your hands and toes. Slowly bend your elbow and lower yourself until your elbows are at the right angle. After that pushing back up through your hands to the start position.
Planks are a simple and effective full-body workout to keep yourself fit at home. To do this exercise, first of all, lie down on your face with forearms on the floor and clasped your hands, extend your legs and raise up your body on your toes.
This full-body workout is beneficial for abs and muscles. To do this exercise, firstly, cross your right leg on the top of the left knee and support your head with the help of your left hand. Crunch and bring your left elbow toward your right knee and repeat.
It is a great exercise to give tone and strength to the body. To do this exercise, keep your body straight with your shoulder back and relaxed and chin up, step forward with one leg, lowering your hips until both knees are bent at about the right angle. Make sure your front knee is directly above your ankle and the other knee doesn’t touch the floor. Keep the weight of your body on your heels as you push back up to the standing position.
Chin-ups are a great upper body workout. If you are doing a gym workout at home during this lockdown then do chin-ups. To do this workout, place a bench or box under a pull-up bar. Step up to the top of the box, reach up and grab the rod with both hands. Lifting the chest to the bar by pulling the elbows. At the top, slowly lowering back to the starting position.