Social Distancing and Shelter In Place are affecting everything we do, including how we exercise. There’s nothing stopping you from getting outside. Go for a walk, run or bicycle. At-home workouts may be your best bet for keeping up your fitness and for those of you who like to sweat at home here are some free, no-equipment workouts guaranteed to boost your heart rate.
Most of us think about working out to lose weight, we often assume it means strenuous cardio and strength training at the gym. With the current order “Shelter In Place” you can still lose weight and build muscle in the comfort of your own home or outside with Social Distance.
All Steele Fitness will continuously updating this page for more At Home Workout during “Shelter In Place”. Come back for more Workout Videos and List of exercises you can do at home.
No equipment needed: Push-Ups, Lunges, Squats, Planks, Bent, Single-Leg Hops, Mountain Climbing, High Knee
More advance with equipment: Biceps curls, Lateral raises, Bent Rows, Overhead Press
Bosu Spiderman with Band
Bosu Slider Spiderman
Bosu Slider Spiderman
Stability Ball Sit Up
Stability ball hamstring curls and windshield wiper
Band Loop Workout At Home
Band Shoulders Workout At Home
Home Leg Workout
Bridge Leg Drop
Workouts you can do at Home
- Leg Workouts at Home: No Equipment Needed
Improve muscle balance, control and stability by waking up sleeping/under active muscles.
Band work for shoulders will pull in a significant amount of core demand
Strengthens the muscles of the upper back, stretches the chest and abdominals
Suicide Pushup works your chest, shoulders, triceps, and core
Bodyweight exercise targeting the ab muscles, the obliques and rectus abdominis
The roll up exercise helps to strengthen your core, stretches the spine and increases your flexibility.
Killer core exercise, but planks help tone your shoulders, obliques, and legs from heel to hip.
Twisting in a plank position fires up the core and works those love handles.
The single leg bridge exercise is a great way to isolate and strengthen the gluteus muscles and hamstrings.
Stretching should be part of your warm-up and cool down routines
Rolling shouldn’t just be done pre/post workout. There are different exercises that can be performed on the foam roller
- Stability Ball Sit UpStability ball oblique crunches and Stability ball wall side crunch can build strength in your pelvis, back, and abdomen.
- Stability Ball Hamstring curl and windshield wiper
Windshield wiper increases rotational strength and stability throughout the core with an emphasis on the obliques.
- Bosu Workout
The Bosu ball is a great exercise tool to help improve your strength and stability.
2x + 5 minutes cardio
- 40 Skaters
- 30 Squat Jumps
- 20 Leg Kick / Arm Circles
- 40 Alternate Leg Drops
- 30 Plank Rotations
- 20 Roll-ups