While you're at home - stay active and healthy
Establishing a workout routine while you’re staying at home is good for your body and your brain. Setting aside just 20 minutes a day to try some bodyweight exercises, HIIT or yoga will boost your heart rate, and are easy free options that don’t require equipment.
World-renowned fitness group Les Mills has opened its website and made over 100 group fitness video classes free to access online, so you can still get your Les Mills fix at home! There’s something for everyone from high intensity interval training and dance fitness workouts, to martial arts inspired ‘BODYCOMBAT’ and ‘BORN TO MOVE’ children’s workouts suitable for ages 4-16 years old.
There are also a variety of home workout ideas available online via a number of health and fitness magazines such as Women’s Health and Men’s Health as well as printable easy to-follow circuits so you can break a sweat in the comfort of your own home.
You can also get creative and do your own workout using these movements:
- Star jumps
- Push ups
- Tricep dips on a chair
- High knee runs
- Sit ups
Be kind. Stay home. Flatten the curve.