Working Out at Home This Winter
Welcome to 2019! Chances are at some point in your life, you’ve set a lofty New Year’s resolution to get in shape, yet failed to exercise consistently enough to achieve it. There’s no shame; we’ve all been there too. This year at Randolph Towers Blog, rather than encouraging you to suddenly start going to the gym every day in attempts to achieve something out of your comfort zone, is sharing a few ways you can exercise right at home. Whether a home workout once or twice a week will be a stepping stone toward a larger fitness goal, or whether your fitness routine never becomes much bigger than that, we think the convenience of these workouts which are readily accessible within your own four walls will help you to take care of your body. Read on for a few suggestions!
If you enjoy yoga, then you can’t miss Yoga With Adriene on YouTube! Here is an excerpt from her channel description:
“Welcome all levels, all bodies, all genders, all souls! Find a practice that suits your mood or start a journey toward healing. Work up a sweat, or calm and relieve a tired mind and body. Create space. Tone and trim. Cultivate self-love. Make time for you. Go deeper, have fun. Connect. Fall off the horse and then get back on. Reconnect. Do your best, be authentic and FIND WHAT FEELS GOOD.”
Do you plan to get any skiing in this winter? If so, this workout video is a great way to prepare your body and get in a good exercise along the way! Regardless of whether or not you’re going to hit the slopes any time in the next few months, this routine will strength and knees, and it will help you get in some cardio. Check out FitnessBlender’s Youtube channel for free videos on almost any type of home workout!
As this workout is composed of only two different types of exercises, it is one of the easiest to follow we have ever found! Following an inverse ladder pattern by decreasing repetitions every round, you’ll be surprised how effective this simple workout actually is for making a difference.
This routine is perfect because it targets your whole body, it’s not longer than 30 minutes, and all it requires is your body weight. You probably won’t run into anything new in this routine, but it’s nice to have a path laid out before you so you don’t have to leave it up to memory and chance to keep up a pace on your own.
Which workout routines will you be performing in your Arlington, VA apartment this winter? We’d love to hear in the comments below, and the rest of the community would too! Thanks for reading.