Twenty Home Workouts
I know that we all miss the gym these days. Personally, I am doing lots of walking and some home workouts for overall fitness plus specific rehab exercises that I need to do on an ongoing basis.
Modify these Home Workouts
Depending on your fitness and age level you will need to modify these home workouts so they work for you as they are very general, boot camp style home workouts. Most of these workouts would be totally appropriate to take along when we are all travelling again.
Warm-Up & Cool Down:
Before you start your home workouts it is super important that you warm up your body. The warm-up primes your body, and starts getting more blood and oxygen to your muscles for the workouts. This is important not only to make the most of your workout, but to reduce injury also! The cool down is equally as important! It helps to return your heart rate back to normal levels, and definitely helps to reduce the effect of DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) that you feel 24-48 hours after working out! Stretching also helps to keep your muscles at a more optimal length so you are not as tight throughout the day.
If you choose to just relax in your home office, like my assistant sous chef, well, that’s just fine too!
My thoughts and prayers are with everyone this Easter/Passover weekend. I know in our house we will not be having our big Easter family dinner and it will seem strange indeed.
Who would have thought that staying apart is the best way to show love.
Yours in good health,