If you are trying to beef up without having to visit an expensive gym you came to the right place, today I will show you a few exercises which you can try out in the comfort of your home and get amazing results within as short period of time.
These exercises will not only help tone you from the outside but will also make you feel good from within only in a short period of time and you will feel that you have more energy to do things and you will manage to build up your stamina and endurance.
6 Home Training Workouts
Warm Up Your Body
The first thing you need to do would be to warm up, most people prefer to sprint, but that’s not possible in one own home so I would say you first start off with a few stretches and then move onto doing jumping jacks, do this for at least a minute, then take a break for about a minute, then do another set of jumping jacks for a minute.
Next move onto doing lunges, now these are great for your quads, what you do is basically stand in one place with your hands rested on your hips, now take one leg, step forward far enough for your to have space to just touch the knee of the leg that’s left behind to the floor and then get right back up to the first position, remember that the first legs does not move from its original position during the performance of this exercise, next you would do the same for your other leg, doing around three sets of these with 15 reps in each and a break of 30 seconds should be good enough.
One variation you can try out of the above mention lunges is the reverse lunges, these are great for your hamstrings and your buttocks. This isn’t too hard to do either, it’s just like the above exercise only difference is that instead of stepping forward you step back.
Next we will try to work on your core, you can try out the cross crunches, lie down on your back with your hands behind your head and legs rested on the ground with knees bent, now raise one leg, as in bring the knee of one leg up towards your face and you raise you head to try to meet the leg that you’ve just raised with the elbow of the arm on the opposite side of the raised leg , but don’t touch them, just go a little close and then come back, do the same for the other and move to the other side this time.
You should try and pull off around two sets of these with 30 seconds rest in the middle. Reverse crunches help you works you entire abdominal area, it’s similar to the previous exercise, you lie down on your back with your hands beside you palms on the floor, now keeping your legs together and slightly bent you will try and lift them up to position almost at a acute angle to the floor. Complete around two sets of these with 10 reps.
Move onto push-ups after you have done the above. These are very effective and work your chest and triceps, now there are a lot of variations of these which you can try out, pick out the ones you like and think are working for you, my suggestions would be to try and first master the normal push-ups , then the close grip push-ups and after which you can move over to the clapping push-ups.
Finally we will turn our attention to your back muscles, pull-ups are considered the God of exercises for your back, but to master a pull-up I would suggest you give chin ups a go first and then move onto the more advanced pull-ups, for those who don’t know the difference between the above two well, chin ups are performed with your palms facing towards you and pulls are done with your palms facing away from you. These exercises are going to work all the essential muscles groups of your body and give you a ripped physique.