Top At-Home Exercises

Even though life can get busy, being active should be an important part of your every day routine. You can complete a good workout in the privacy of your home, using nothing more than your own body weight. Exercise improves your physical and mental health while reducing the risk of developing several diseases. Most importantly, regular activity can improve your quality of life.

1. Cobra

To stretch your abdominal muscles and work your arms, shoulders, butt and back of the legs.

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2. Squat Jumps

To tone the calves, glutes, hamstrings, core, quadriceps and burn more calories than a regular squat.

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3. Glute Bridge

To work the hamstrings, lower back, abs and glutes without placing any pressure on the lower back.

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4. Supermans

To build lower back strength, prevent back pain and improve your posture.

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5. Contralateral Limb Raises

To tone troubling upper body areas.

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6. Forward Lunge

To develop lower-body strength and endurance.

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7. Bent-Knee Sit-up / Crunches

To improve your balance by strengthening your abdominal muscles. 

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8. Reverse Crunches

To target the entire core region.

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9. Front Plank

To strengthen your core, improve posture, flexibility and balance. 

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10. Push-up

To build strength and develop a tight and toned upper body and core.

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Visit www.acefitness.org and www.livestrong.com to find more ways you can exercise at home!


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