Home workouts are such a good option! It does not matter if it is too hot or too cold, too early or too late, or if you are too tired or busy.
You can always make time for a home workout, and a balcony workout is the ultimate home exercise option. You can enjoy the fresh air, save a fortune on gym membership, and exercise when it suits you best, so you are more likely to stick to your exercise regime.
Best of all, you don’t require any fancy equipment and you can mix up your balcony workouts based on your mood and personal preferences.
Here are five suggestions for exercise you can easily do on your balcony:
Strength training: Set up a section of your balcony with resistance bands and hand weights and you have everything you need to grow and strengthen your muscles.
Circuit training: You don’t need much space at all to achieve an intense full-body workout. Swap between star jumps and jogging in place, slot in some squats and lunges to strengthen your legs and incorporate some cardio, then finish off with push-ups and planks to work your upper body.
Pilates or Yoga: Find yourself a stylish wicker basket to keep your equipment in, then simply roll out your mat and set up your space any time you feel like a session.
Barre exercise: all you need is a simple chair for balance, and you can achieve a full barre workout with elements of ballet, yoga, and Pilates for a high intensity, low impact workout.
Hula hooping: Simple, fun, and incredibly effective, hula hooping burns calories, improves balance and increases core strength. It is also very affordable, with hula hoops available for just a few dollars at most toy stores.
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