Exercises To Practice At Home

Exercises To Practice At Home

You can use bodyweight exercises to work nearly every muscle in your body. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a lot of equipment at home. It’s essential to stick to a program that ensures you train your body in a complete and balanced way, this will help you achieve the best results possible.

No matter what your goal is, it takes dedication and planning to make sure you’re getting the best results. A balanced diet is a key to track calories. You may need the right amounts of proteins and carbs to build muscle and lose body fat.

Use these exercises to help you keep in good shape, stay motivated and lose weight.

Exercises To Practice At Home
Exercises To Practice At Home

Stationary bicycle

A stationary bike is a good choice for a cardio workout to try at home if you’re just getting started with exercise and it is a good way to burn calories. You can work out inside no matter what the weather is like or about the traffic is. If it feels too hard, back off on the resistance and speed.


Keep your upper arms close to the body and be sure to fully extend the arm to get a full range of motion. You can use a bar for this exercise or consider using the rope attachment as it allows you to adjust your positioning at the end of the movement to really attack the triceps.

Jumping rope

Jumping rope can provide some efficient benefits, from coordination to explosive power to agility. It is a form of cardiovascular training since the constant movement elevates your heart rate, this kind of exercise involves swinging a rope around your body and jumping over it as it passes under your feet.


Pushups are one of the most basics. Start in a plank position. Your core should be tight, shoulders pulled down and back, with your neck neutral. Bend your elbows and begin to lower your body down to the floor. When your chest almost touches the floor, extend your elbows and return to the start. Focus on keeping your elbows close to your body during this exercise.


Pick a light set of dumbbells and start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Move the weights overhead so your upper arms are parallel to the floor. Begin to push up until your arms are fully extended above your head. Keep your neck and head immobile. And then after a brief pause, bend your elbows and lower the weight back down until your triceps muscle is parallel to the floor again.


Begin by standing upright with your feet shoulder-width apart. With your hands out in front of you, start to squat down. When your hands reach the ground, pop your legs straight back into a pushup position. Then jump and get your feet as close to your hands as you can get and immediately return your feet into a squat position. Stand up from the squat position.