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7 Simple Yet Effective Exercises That You Can Do Anywhere!

By Dr. Nikita Toshi +2 more

You have been on the treadmill for months now and the weighing scales don’t support your effort. Or have you been through the whole circle of fitness choices- Zumba, aerobics, Pilates and more and apart from dashed hopes and exhaustion there is nothing to show for it? Before you head off to sign up for another gym membership or you give in to the abject dejection and hang your fitness books forever, take a look at our compilation of seven exercises that work. Really.

1. Plank

Planks are tough. But that is because they work so well on your abdominal muscles, butt, thighs, back and arms. Start slow and as you build upon strength, you could add more repetitions or hold the pose for longer. The exercise tightens the core and brings stability to the posture.

How to Do It

Prop yourself on your arms, bending them at the elbows and your feet. Try to keep your back straight. Hold the pose for about 10 seconds and repeat.

2. Push-Ups

Push-ups are perhaps the most well-known exercise world over. Made famous by movie celebrities and all fitness experts, they are almost a yardstick to measure how fit your upper body is. The exercise works on the arms, chest and shoulders.

How to Do It

Start the exercise by coming in a plank position but with straight arms, lower your torso and raise it again. Those who are doing push-ups for the first time can bend their knees for support. Start out with as many repetitions as you can do. Once you get stronger, you can add more.

3. Squats

These are the last word in lower body workout. What push-ups are to the torso, squats are to the bottom half of our bodies. Squats tone up buttocks, legs and thighs.

How to Do It

Widen your feet about shoulder-width. Lower your body as if sitting on an imaginary chair. Keep your lower back straight to avoid injury. Stretch your arms in the front to balance your body.

4. Abdominal Crunches

The name is enough to instil fear in those who do not exercise regularly but crunches are one of the most effective exercises. Doing crunches regularly can show results within a month, sometimes. Abdominal crunches work on the core and the stomach flab.

How to Do It:

Lie down on your back with your knees folded. Raise your upper body so it touches your knees. Go back to the lying down position. Repeat as many times as you are comfortable.Read More: How To Stay Fit & Healthy

5. Downward Facing Dog

Inspired by one yoga pose, this exercise builds stability and tones up arms, legs, butt and abdomen.Also Read: Shilajit Benefits for Male: Exploring Research-Based Advantages for Men’s Health

How to Do It

Stand straight. Make a ‘V’ position with your upper body bending and touching the floor. Raise one leg and bring it forward to touch your nose. Go back to the original position and repeat with the opposite leg.

6. Lunges

Lunges are a bit tougher than squats but they tone up all the major muscles of the lower body. They improve the balance and stability of the body.

How to Do It

Keep your spine straight and take a big step ahead. Bend the knee at 90 degrees and lower the behind knee as you go down. Repeat with the other leg.

7. Walking

You don’t need anything more than a pair of walking shoes to do this quintessential exercise. A brisk walk is a wonderful cardiovascular workout. If you haven’t ever walked as an exercise, start slowly and build it up as you gain strength.Read More: Best Time to Exercise.Disclaimer: The information provided here is for educational/awareness purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment by a healthcare professional and should not be relied upon to diagnose or treat any medical condition. The reader should consult a registered medical practitioner to determine the appropriateness of the information and before consuming any medication. PharmEasy does not provide any guarantee or warranty (express or implied) regarding the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability or usefulness of the information; and disclaims any liability arising thereof.Links and product recommendations in the information provided here are advertisements of third-party products available on the website. PharmEasy does not make any representation on the accuracy or suitability of such products/services. Advertisements do not influence the editorial decisions or content. The information in this blog is subject to change without notice. The authors and administrators reserve the right to modify, add, or remove content without notification. It is your responsibility to review this disclaimer regularly for any changes.


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