Whether it’s your office, hotel room, or apartment, trying to exercise into these spaces feels like a lost cause. But often, due to our hectic schedules, these locations are the only places we can work out using your gym equipment for home use. Here are few workouts for your small home space.
To get some intense cardio without go mountains climbing (the kind that doesn’t require an actual mountain but you can do it as your home exercise). To do a mountain climber, get into your push-up position. Then put one foot forward as if you’re walking up a staircase. Repeat the same technique with the alternate foot.Repeat two more times with a 30-second break between each set.
Mini Elliptical Trainer
Mini Elliptical trainer is small enough to fit under your desk or bed, and you can even take with you to the office. Despite being small, it has many of the same features as its full size counterparts. It’s got a digital monitor to track calories burned, distance traveled and exercise time. The low impact design helps guard your muscles, legs and knees from straining and injury. It is one of the best gym equipment for home use.
The beauty of this home exercise is you can literally do it anywhere using a wall. So no matter how tiny your room is, put your back against the wall and slide down until your hips, knees, and ankles are all making right angles with the floor. Hold this for as long as you can bear it, then rest for 10 seconds. Try doing it 3 to 5 times.
Free Weight Dumbbells
Free weights or dumbbells give you some resistance when you are working on your core, biceps, or lower body. They can also help take your cardio routine to a higher intensity level by adding just a couple of extra pounds. The set of dumbbells comes with a storage rack that can be easily stored in small spaces to keep your space organized and it proves to be your best home gym equipment.
If you have access to a resistance band and door, you can get a great chest workout even with limited space. Lock your resistance band around the door and then stand facing the opposite direction, holding one side of the band in each of your hand. Poining your toes forward, bend your knees slightly, and involve those core muscles. Bend your arms at 90 degrees then straighten your arms by pushing them forward. Repeat this move 15 times.