3 workouts you can do at home

Gym equipment isn't needed to stay physically fit during quarantine

Practicing yoga

Yoga is an activity students can do from home with little or no equipment at all. Canva photo

Gabriel Schneider, Staff Writer

Since gyms are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic indefinitely, many of us are in need of creative workouts to do at home.

The majority of us do not have access to a full gym or equipment, but this should not stop you from staying active.

Here are three types of workouts you can do during quarantine. 

Option 1: Using bodyweight

For those gym rats who want to keep their precious muscles from fading, try some bodyweight workouts to switch it up.

Here are some links below: 

Link: The 42 Best Bodyweight Exercises: The Ultimate Guide for Working Out Anywhere!

Link: Bodyweight Exercises: The best bulk-up moves to do at home

Option 2: Yoga

Want to get more flexible? Get more focused? These are only some benefits yoga can provide us

 

Here are some links below:

Link: 12 Must-Know Yoga Poses for Beginners

Link: How to Start an At-Home Yoga Practice

These are only a few resources, but you can find more online and on YouTube for free.

Option 3: Head outside (nearby)

Even if it’s just for a walk around the block — which is really all you’re supposed to do under the latest public health advisories –staying active is important to keep a healthy lifestyle.

How are you staying active indoors? Let us know on social media @SDCityTimes or leave a comment below.