The thought of working a full day and then preparing to drive to the gym can be intimidating. Did you know, the average person will not drive more than 4 miles to a gym? One easier solution is to do repetitions of these workouts right in the comfort of your own home. Let’s have a look!View The Most Popular Homes In Lakeview
“The Hip Thrust is a glute exercise designed to improve your strength, speed, and power by teaching optimal hip extension. “
“Abdominal crunches are designed to tone the core muscles of the body.
The exercise aids in strengthening the core muscles, improving the posture, and increasing the mobility and flexibility of the muscles.”
“The hanging knee raise targets the front abs, hip flexors, as some obliques (if the athlete chooses to move the knees laterally from the midline. Like any muscle, the abdominals can be targeted, trained, and grown in muscular size and strength.”
Glute Bridge to Leg Raise:
“This exercise will benefit you in a few ways. Some include glute activation, alleviate knee and lower back pain, improved squatting and deadlifting performance, and greater overall athletic capacity.”
“The primary muscles worked in the bicycle crunch are the front abs, hips, and obliques. Keeping your legs off the ground targets your lower abs. The rotation activates your obliques. The pedaling of your legs stimulates the hips.”
Leg Launches (With Twists):
“You can add a twist to stationary, walking, or reverse lunges to activate your core and glutes more deeply. Twisting lunges also require balance and stability as you twist your torso away from your lower body while maintaining the alignment of your knees. You’ll also activate the muscles in your ankles and feet.”
Please note, all exercises should be performed carefully. Consult your physician before performing any exercise on this post. Remember to align your body correctly to avoid adding stress to the joints.