Fitness regime is about developing a system that helps to keep you fit physically and mentally.
Initially due to closing down of gyms and parks, people were forced to sit at home and become couch-potato for almost like 6 months.
It has not only caused anxiety problems but also people are experiencing panic attacks episodes from time to time.
The only way to combat this kind of unavoidable situation is to keep moving no matter where, how and when?
Going outside is not a good option these days. Keep moving in your living room is not a bad idea either.
If you are not in a mood for doing systematic moves in the form of workouts you can do dancing and aerobics but main point is to keep moving for better mental and heart health.
Many people who use to be inactive are now gaining strength to start hoping and popping within their living rooms.
This idea might sound boring for those who are extroverts and love to run on daily basis. But it is not a bad idea for busy moms and lazy dudes who do not want to go out in parks or hit their gyms.
These exercises which can be done easily at home are called plyometric exercises.
These are ideal for a cardio workout which can be done using small space of your house to develop you inhouse fitness regime.
These cardio moves require maximum amount of effort and can be completed in less time as compare to spending in your gym.
According to Judine Saint Gerard, NASM-CPT, head coach at Tone House in New York City, tells Health in her interview that “with these added benefits of strength and power, it may be even better than just trotting away on the elliptical.” She further adds that they are “offering strength, power, and cardio benefits” at the same time for your fitness regime.
It is pertinent to say that these living room workout routines are powerful package of three components: strength training, power and stamina enhancing and giving cardio benefits too.
According to Judine, “Most cardio workouts produce heat in the body—the more strenuous the workout, the more heat it produces, and sweating is the body’s way of cooling down.’’
These workouts give body to excrete toxins as well as burn excessive calories in the form of sweating.
Judine Saint Gerard is an expert on devising fitness regime for healthy body workouts for her clients.
She is offering a very practical approach towards developing fitness regime through work-out routine manageable at home during crisis time. These exercises are perfect for you.
Here, she offers plyometric exercises. She also tells how to time them to your heart-pumping benefit.
Each exercise has a low-impact difference for anyone shooting back into fitness after a long break.
It equally is ideal for someone who’s starting a regular exercise routine as a beginner. They’re also sensible choices for those with injuries.
These exercises are high-intensity and power-packed sessions that will leave with sweating and a cooler feeling afterwards.
These workouts will help you tone your body. It will also help you reduce weight.
The only thing you have to reminisce is to work solid, so you end in sweat. Therefore, don’t be too easy on yourself.
If you’re picking the high-impact plyometric moves, do each exercise less than 30 seconds, and rest for 30 seconds amid each exercise.
Follow the altered moves for 30 seconds each, with just 15 seconds of rest amid each exercise.
Do 2-3 rounds with 60-90 seconds of rest between each round.
To exercise like a pro, you need to build stamina and endurance to maintain your fitness regime.
It does not come over night. The best tip to stay hooked with these workouts is to practice, practice and more practice.
With deliberate practice, you will need less time to rest.
Start in a plank position, shoulders over wrists, creating a straight line from shoulders to heels.
Keep core part of body tight and back smooth.
Move one knee in toward chest, then put it back.
Instantly move the opposite knee in the direction of chest.
Then, put it back. Continue changing positions.
Stay in a plank position, shoulders over wrists, creating a straight line from shoulders to heels.
Lower down yourself as if you’re doing a push-up, keeping elbows tight by sides.
Then, move chest through arms, coming into a snake like pose or up-dog pose (slight arch in the back; chest toward the sky).
Next, push through hands and lift hips all the way up to a downward-facing dog position. Repeat, flowing back to a plank position.
Such techniques couple with your commitment can help you develop a disciplined fitness regime.
You can also read more about fitness regime through exercise planning