Since CO-VID 19 is here and gyms are shut down everywhere and workout equipment is sold out, then there’s park workouts left for you. Here are exercises you can do at many parks:
4. Pull ups on the bars (wide overhand pull ups, chin ups, and neutral grip pull ups)
5. Dips (find a good low bar or a bench. if you need a challenge then have a friend hold your legs or place them on a box.)
7. Any ab exercises you want (just bring a mat)
8. Squat and lunges of course (just do body weight or bring weights)
I hope this helps you!
I’ve attached an article for you to check out. During this time when the world is on shut down, it’s a great time to wear a mask and Go for walks. Walks are linked to increased health, boosting our immune systems and longer more enjoyable life. Check out the article below:
1. Leaner you
2. More strength
3. More energy
Every day aim to eat better than you did before!
Happy New Years Everyone!
Merry Christmas Everyone!
First of all if the question was, what’s the best workouts for fat loss I’d quickly say HIIT with heavy resistance training in the HIIT workout. But if you just want cardio, then its still HIIT, but sprints or burpees. You want to get your heart rate way high then bring back down to burn the most fat in your workouts.
Something is better than nothing, but nothing is not better than something. Some workout is better than no workout. 5 min of lifting heavy is better than not lifting at all. A 10 min walk is better than sitting all day. Veggies once a day is better than no veggies at all. Something is better than nothing, but nothing is not better than something.
We have to stick to proteins and nuts, which around this time of the year can be sparse, or not around at all. For now you’ll see plenty of candy, bad carbs like pastries, and more. If there is nothing healthy around, then be prepared, have your meals ready, and have those bad snacks in moderation.
Have you ever tried pop corn for a snack? You probably think it’s unhealthy. But in moderation, you will be fine. Moderation being 1/2-1 cup a day. Popcorn of course comes from corn which naturally spikes our blood sugar, but it’s high in fiber, so it allows it to get out of our bodies as well. So try a cup of popcorn next time you need a snack.