This essay focuses on weight exercises to work .You might think your options are limited if you don’t have a whole rack of equipment at your disposal, but that’s definitely not the case.
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The best at-home workouts don’t necessarily require a ton of equipment—or any equipment—other than your own bodyweight. That’s good news for many exercisers who may not have dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands, or other equipment at home. Especially after the closures of gyms and fitness studios (and the recommendations to practice social distancing) due to the new coronavirus.
You might think your options are limited if you don’t have a whole rack of equipment at your disposal, but that’s definitely not the case. You can use body weight exercises to work nearly every muscle in your body. From your quads (squats) to your butt (glute bridges, anyone?) to your chest (yes, you can do a push-up!) to your core (plank variations for the win!).
They’re not just great for building strength, though. Bodyweight workouts can double as a cardio routine. When you choose moves that are easy to ramp up in intensity and perform them in such a way. Usually circuit-style, with limited rest—that challenges you cardiovascularly.
We’ve rounded up a bunch of them for you here. Want to really home in on your lower body? Workout #1 may be for you. Looking to get just as sweaty as when you run? Try #6. And if you’re looking for a way to strengthen your shoulders and arms, #11 may be one to try.
Whatever you intend goal of the workout, the list below of. The best at-home workouts that require only your bodyweight has you cover. Try a bunch of these workouts from SELF to figure out your favorites!