Because your health is your best buddy, we need to discuss about fitness tips. It's critical to take breaks between tasks, even if it's simply to do a fast set of burpees or some stretching. The issue now is that the majority of hostel students are housed in cramped quarters. For example, how do you fit fancy fitness equipment into a 10X10 bro? But, guess what? That should not be used as an excuse to neglect your fitness goals. We don't either. That is why we provide workout zones in our units at The Safehouse PG. Because the only body part you should be exercising is your thumbs while playing Call of Duty on your phone. Instead, go to the gym for half an hour and get a full-body workout.
Not everyone lives in The Safehouse PGs, as we all know. And only a few will offer on-site workout areas. But there's no need to be concerned. Your hostel room will become your home gym with the help of some of these top training methods.
Top Home Workout Exercise Suggestions
If you live in a hostel or a small room, here are seven excellent workout tips:
Only a yoga mat is required to do yoga. That isn't the case at all. An old bed sheet will suffice. Try some asanas and Surya namaskar while it's on the floor. Without the aid of a fancy rowing machine, yoga focuses on your core body strength. So start working out and channelling your inner Yoga Guru.
Jumping burns around 20% more calories than walking. That's right. It's one of the most effective workouts for dormitory students, and it's almost as good as running. Your heart will be two times healthier if you jump in the same spot for one minute. This can be done several times during the day. Just don't wake up the people sleeping on the floor below you.
If you're looking to step up your game from conventional push-ups, try using your bed as a gym station. Simply place your feet on the bed's edge and your palms on the ground. Push yourself up by lowering your chest to about an inch or two off the floor. Repeat until your triceps and chest muscles are burned.
Isn't your room supposed to have a chair? That's fantastic; now put it to use. By placing your hands behind your head and lowering your body into a sitting position, you may utilise it as a guide for your squats. Consider it as attempting to sit in a chair and then pulling yourself back to standing. Your muscular cramps will prove that it isn't as straightforward as it appears.
Please bear with me. This practise does not necessitate the use of a real mountain. It will suffice if you have a small amount of space in your hostel room. To begin, lie down on the floor in a plank position. Bring one of your knees up to your chest slowly. As if you were ascending a steep hill, keep rotating between your knees. You'll burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time. Burpees aren't as painful as they used to be. Alternatively, you may go on a hike.
The most straightforward way to lose weight is to climb stairs. It's also essentially costless. To make things more challenging, you can take two steps at once (this isn't something you should do only when you're late for class). Taking the stairs is a great way to get some exercise while also toning your legs. And without having to spend a fortune on a gym membership.