5 Easy Outdoor Exercises For A Healthy Body


Not everyone fancies joining a gym or a fitness center to do their daily exercises. Some don’t have the money, some don’t have the time, some just don’t like them and that’s it. It’s not the end of the world if you think the same way – just take a look at these 5 handy exercises you can do pretty much anywhere.

The ground – do some squats for your buttocks and thighs. Make sure to do them right, without causing any unpleasant pain to yourself, and do five sets of 10 reps with a 30-second rest between.

On a bench – try some push-ups with your legs firmly on the bench behind you. Lower your body until you just barely touch the ground and then push yourself back up. Do five sets of 20 reps with a 30-second break.

Against a fence – this is a good alternative to standard push-ups – if you find them too difficult. Lean into the fence at a 45 degrees angle (while still keeping your body straight) and lower yourself until your chest touches the fence, then push yourself up. It’s perfect for shoulders and arms – do five sets of 20 reps with a 30-second break.

On the stairs – Running short sprints up the stairs is a great way to tighten your buttocks and burn a ton of calories. Find a staircase that doesn’t have too many steps and race up, then come back down and race again. Do five sets of five runs and rest for a couple of seconds – you will rest a bit while coming down the stairs as well.

On a chair – work the oblique abdominal muscles with some top rotations. Sit on a chair, put your hands behind your head and make sure your knees are at a 90 degrees angle. Then slowly, at your own comfortable pace, rotate your upper body to the left, then back to the middle, and then to the right. Inhale on one side and exhale on the other.

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