Among the resolutions of most people this year is a pledge to lead a healthier life with proper diet and active lifestyle. However, not all people have time to hit the gym or to run in the park. Fortunately, there are many exercise options now for those who can spare only several minutes and have to workout at home.
Yoga. Practitioners of yoga attest to the many benefits of this discipline. Find harmony among your body, mind, and spirit with this ancient therapeutic exercise. It develops your flexibility, strength, and balance while relaxing your mind and renewing your spirit.
Home Workout DVDs. With the variety of workout DVDs in the market, there’s bound to be one that would make workouts fun and exhilarating for you. Want to learn the basics of Jiu-Jitsu, karate, kickboxing, Muay Thai and Taekwondo while working out? Grab that mma training dvd for some high-impact workout and learn self-defense as well.
Dance. Hiphop, Ballroom, Jazz, Zumba – whichever you prefer, following choreographed dance steps is sure to make those sweat glands work extra hard. Dancing high-energy routines is similar to doing intense workouts in the gym. Plus, dancing doesn’t only lower blood pressure and improve cholesterol levels, it also sculpts and tones your body.