1. Nike Training Club
Nike Training Club is a free app that you can download form the App Store that has countless home workouts for you to choose from. The app will also help to keep you on a set workout schedule.
2. HIIT Workouts
HIIT stands for “High Intensity Interval Training”. The key to this form of exercise is to push yourself to the max with every set. This can be any kind of high intensity exercise such as, burpees, sprints, competitive swimming, etc.
Push-ups are a very effective way to build upper-body strength. Traditional push-ups work your triceps, shoulders, and the pectoral muscles. Push-ups also require the core to be engaged, which will tone your back and abdominal muscles.
Jumping rope is a fantastic warm-up and cardio exercise. Jumping rope on a regular basis with improve your cardiovascular health, and strengthen your calf muscles.
If you’re working out everyday and you haven’t picked up yoga yet, you really need to get started. Yoga is amazing for increasing flexibility, improving mental health, and improving your energy levels. There are many At-Home Yoga YouTube channels to choose from that you can watch to get you started.
7. Ride Your Bike
Bike rides are great because you can explore new places, enjoy a nice day, ride with a companion, all while getting in a great workout. On average, every mile you travel on your bike will burn 50 calories. This varies depending on weight, and speed.
8. Go For A Run
Keep it simple and go for a run! Running does so much more for the body than people realize. Studies show that running improves sleep, immunity, cognitive function, and can help reduce knee and back pain.
You can attach a pull-up bar on the frame of most doorways in your house. Pull-ups work wonders for the back as they work most of the large muscles along the spinal cord. Pull-ups will also tone the biceps, triceps, and pectoral muscles.
There are a lot of men out there that like to only workout their upper-body. It’s very important not to neglect your legs and core, this could lead to an injury. Squats work your core, quads, and gluteus. Any exercise that works your core will also reduce your risk for an injury and make you stronger overall.