Five Indoor Sports You Can Do at Home

It is recommended to clear a space of 6 x 2 feet. If you have a yoga mat, please do these exercises there.

1.Downward Dog with Core Bonus

Performing this exercise can make your arms, core and legs toned.
Keep your body in an inverted V shape and keep the weight of your legs. Keep both hands steadily planting, fingers evenly spaced, raise your right leg, and pull your right knee toward your nose. Then, push the right leg back, and then place it on the left elbow. Extend the leg, and then extend the right knee to the right elbow. Switch and repeat on the left. Make three representatives on each side.

2. Happy Frogs

Exercise your legs and make your heart beat.
Start with a yogi squat with your heels facing inward and toes facing outwards. High heels should be lifted off the ground. Place your fingers on the floor in front. Inhale and straighten your legs, if possible, place your fingers on the ground. When exhaling, return to the squat position. The goal is 26 reps. If you are a beginner, try to reach 13 reps.

3. Power Punching

While promoting blood circulation, stretch your arms and shoulders.
Stand up straight. Bend your arms to the sides at a 90-degree angle and clenched your fists. When extending your right arm, open your fist and then pull your left arm back. Switch and continue vigorous exercise for two to three minutes.

4. Drawbridge

Lie on your back, bend your knees, and hold your ankles if you can. If you cannot hold your ankle, place your palms flat on your sides. Inhale and lift your hips, then exhale when you return to the ground. Fight 15 times.

5. Planking

Mobilize your core.
Bring your own forearm. Keep it for one minute. Take a break, then repeat. If you want to challenge, inhale as you would in a downward dog when you lift your hips, then exhale when you return to the starting position, repeat 12 times.
Lie on your back with your eyes closed and relax from the mini exercise. If you want to feel the results and keep your body strong, remember to stick to your exercise plan.

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