If you weren’t down with the hype of home workouts before, you probably are by now. From weight training to live HIIT sessions, there’s an exercise for everyone – who needs the gym right?!
Good for the body and mind – something that’s very important right now – we’re bringin’ you some fitness inspo to help you get from the sofa to those sit ups.
Kettlebells really pack a punch fitness-wise and they don’t take up much space! You only really need one to get a decent workout, but it never hurts to have two. Don’t own any? Bottles of water or shopping bags will work just as well.
It’s a full body, high intensity workout, and one that also help with your general agility and range of motion. By enabling a range of dynamic, swing-based movements and forcing your body to move between muscle groups is a great way to build strength and flexibility.
Let’s get started with your very own PT session, just make sure you leave yourself enough room to swing!
(For the following exercises, start with timed sets. Complete 3 sets, 30 seconds of movement and 30 seconds of rest. You can always do more sets as you build up your endurance.)
First Timer Tip: With your halos, remember to keep the movement smooth. You don’t want to accidentally slam your head with the bell.
How-to: For the goblet squat, focus on depth. It’s more important to practice doing a full squat than to pump out reps. If you can’t make them all, don’t stress it. Do what you can to work those glutes and quads.
Perk Up Your Posture: Keep you back straight and stomach tight this will help engage your legs for stabilisation.
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