Home Workout Routine in 30 Easy Steps


By assuming a bridge position, you engage your abdominal muscles and posterior chain (a fancy phrase for your back).

Lunge in your chair

Squats are great for building leg and core strength, which can help you in your daily life. Using a chair as a foundation.

Pushups on knees

This is a simplified version of a conventional pushup that may be used to gain strength before trying the real thing.

Resting lunge

A stationary lunge is a great way to work your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes.

Forward Fold 

Your upper body, particularly your shoulders, will be put to the test by this maneuver. Nobody ever said working out your shoulders required weights.

Kicking with your legs

Start in a position where your hands are under your shoulders and your knees are under your hips.

Wild Canine

The Bird Dog stance, which engages the whole body and calls for balance and stability, may be modified to suit anyone's fitness level.

Planche d'élevés

Planks send the core into overdrive and are a full-body workout that call for strength and balance.

Hip abduction 

It's understandable if you ignore your hip muscles until they become a problem, but you should start doing so immediately.


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