No matter your needs or abilities, there’s probably a yoga style out there for you. Well, there's a lot of free online yoga classes are available — for example, you can find many yoga videos on YouTube. Once you get familiar with the poses and sequences, you can put together your own practice without the help of a video.
Whether it’s raining, snowing, or you just can’t leave the house, you can still fit in your steps and get in some cardiovascular exercise by walking up and down any stairs at home or in your apartment building. Spend a minute or so stepping, then try jumping jacks for a minute. Go back to the stairs for another minute, then try some pushups. Get creative and see how many exercises you can fit into your workout.
Whether it’s a free-form movement to your favorite pop song, a tightly choreographed hip-hop routine, or waltzing around your living room with a partner, dance does wonders for your physical and mental health.
You can burn anywhere from 250 to 500 calories per hour dancing, depending on the style. Dance can also improve memory, sharpen your focus, and help you pay attention.
If planks are the gold-standard exercise for developing core strength, then squats and lunges are the gold standards for developing lower-body strength. Like planks, squats and lunges are more challenging than they look. Just try to do 10 squats in a row. You’ll likely be huffing and puffing by the end, even if you’re in good shape to start.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT), is perfect for the person who wants to make the most of their workout in the least amount of time. During a HIIT workout, you go super-hard and fast for a short period, then take a break. For example, do as many jumping jacks as you can for 60 seconds, then take a 30-second pause before moving onto a series of squats or pushups.
30-minute fat burning home workout for beginners. Achievable, low impact results.