There are no items in your cart. Continue Shopping →

Subtotal $ 0.00

7 Indoor Easy Exercises

by Vimerson Health Team March 25, 2020

7 Indoor Easy Exercises

It is very important to do at least 30 minutes of exercise a day. The question is: what? And where if you don’t have space!
Here are some tips I have for indoor exercising:

1. Floor Exercises
If you have space, sit-ups and push-ups are a great way to get some energy. For me, I find the space next to my bed the best place. If I set my alarm earlier than when the household generally wakes up, I can literally roll out of bed onto the floor and do 10 sit-ups and 10 push-ups. It might not take 30 minutes but it will certainly add to all the movement you will do throughout the day.

2. Yoga
Yoga is a great form of exercise that you can practice at your own speed. You can create your own seance or find videos on YouTube lasting from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Not only will it physically help you, but it will also contribute towards your spiritual and mental health.

3. Squats
I try to squat at every given opportunity. Here are some examples where I found myself doing a series of squats:

  • Brushing my teeth
  • Brushing my hair
  • Brushing my kids hair
  • Cooking a meal
  • Cleaning the house
  • Watching TV!

Really, once you start to do it you will fall into an easy habit. Vimerson Challenge: Where do you squat?

4. Bottle Arm Weights
Reuse your used bottles, plastic or glass. Fill them up with water and lift 20 times each arm every day. After you get used to the weight, you can tape together 3 or 4 bottles to have in each arm.

5. Waist Reduction
A very good way to help fine-tune the torso is to get your sweeping brush or mop, center it behind your neck holding onto it with two hands. Place your hands inline with your hips and feet, plant your feet to the ground and turn left as far as you can, then right as far as you can. Repeat this as many times as you can!

6. Musculation

I caught my partner doing this and I laughed so loudly, but it is an amazing idea. He was lying on the floor and using the children as his weights! The children had straightened their whole body so they too are doing physical activity, but the best part is that it is fun too! We were all laughing. If you have kids who are 20kg then it is not a bad exercise at all for upper-arm musculation!

7. Dance

My favorite. Turn on the radio, stream your music, on random or your favorite and dance. Move all the furniture to the side of the room and start twirling and shaking your hips, stomping your feet and waving your arms in the air. Try to get the whole family involved if you are not on your own. Another great source of laughing fun.

I hope that I am able to inspire you! Please share your tips here with everyone else too, if we can’t go out and socialize then we might as well do it here.

Keep Happy, Keep Healthy, Keep Fit

Donna,
Vimerson Health






Vimerson Health Team
Vimerson Health Team

Author


Leave a comment