April 9, 2020
With the UK threatening to ban public exercise, keeping yourself moving is getting increasingly difficult. However, there are many ways in which you and your clients can get fit without leaving home by giving them exercises you can do at home!
For those who wish to unwind, yoga is the top choice for many. There are many ways in which you can access yoga from your home, whether it be a few short YouTube videos, a paid online class, or even an old-fashioned DVD!
If you want to step it up a gear, Pilates is the way forward. Similar to yoga, the main focus of Pilates is posture, balance and flexibility. There is also less risk of injury in Pilates than if you were to choose a more strenuous form of exercise.
Looking for something both fun and active? Zumba is a party and fitness class combined! With this exercise available online, on DVD and even in video game format, there are so many ways to implement Zumba into home life!
Short for High-Intensity Interval Training, HIIT is a corm of cardio that can be performed by anyone in good health. This is ideal for those who may be working from home and don’t have a lot of spare time for exercise, but still want to push themselves to get in shape.
Personal training and digital fitness classes
This is where you come in! Personal training is a service that can still be done digitally while we wait for the virus outbreak to blow over. The same goes for other fitness classes that require no equipment. Head over to our previous article to learn more about exercises you can do at home!.
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Creating weights with household items
Warming up and Cooling Down with at-home Exercise
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