Top 7 At-Home Workouts That Hold Up a Year Into COVID

A year after the coronavirus pandemic turned our fitness routines upside down, we’ve come to re-evalutate how we view at-home workouts.

At one time, long before a pandemic would change our lives, working out at home was often times considered a last resort or a quick substitute if you couldn’t make it to the gym for leg day.

But now a year after the coronavirus pandemic turned our fitness routines upside down, we’ve come to re-evalutate how we view working out at home. Not only have at-home workouts become a necessity, with gyms still at limited capacity and social distancing still being suggested by the CDC, but a little bit of creativity can be all the equipment you need to burn fat, get your heart rate up, and even build strength.

As we reach the solemn one-year milestone of living with the coronavirus pandemic, we share seven at-home workouts that still hold up 12 months later, and will continue to do so going forward.

If these seven aren’t enough, you can opt for others on either YouTube and fitness apps. But give these a try, either once again or for the first time, and get an awesome pump in.

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The Total-Body Dumbbell Workout You Can Do at Home

In this at-home dumbbell workout routine you’ll perform seven exercises as a circuit. These exercises alternate between pushing and pulling and working your upper-body muscles and lower body muscles. This ensures that one particular muscle group won’t get too tired over time, saving time, creating symmetric muscles, and also providing an aerobic benefit.

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The At-Home Bodyweight Workout You Can Do Without Equipment

It doesn’t much simpler than doing body-weight exercise, but don’t be fooled by the simplicity of working out with just your bodyweight. The more bodyweight you have, the more challenging your workout will be. But that will change as you start building your muscles as you progress.

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At-Home Cardio Workouts For Fat Loss

We understand that not everyone looks forward to the cardio part of working out, but the exercises that make up this at-home workout routine aren’t your typical boring running on the treadmill. If you’re not one to pound the pavement or spend forever on the treadmill, give these movements and workout a try.

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The Ultimate At-Home Workout Routine For Your Arms

Many at-home workouts tend to focus on the entire body. Full-body routines are great, but focusing on one body part at times sometimes works best. This targeted arm workout combine old-school biceps exercises and triceps moves such as close-grip pushups and the dumbbell curls. We guarantee a serious pump and that searing muscle hypertrophy—which translates to huge gains with this high-volume routine.

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The No-Equipment Home Workout

No home gym? No problem. This no-equipment routine body-weight workout can be just as effective as your gym workout. When done with purpose and determination, it’s intense enough to give you a great pump and put the shock back into your system.

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The Stay Home, Get Ripped Total-Body Routine

Who hasn’t lost some motivation or fitness progression during the past year? Two weeks should be all it takes to start making home workouts a habit once again. This total-body workout plan is the perfect blueprint. Without the use of expensive gym machines, this minimal-equipment home-workout plan will get you off and ready to regain your motivation.

Get the workout here.

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CrossFit Workouts You Can Do at Home

This one is for all you CrossFit enthusiasts who weren’t able to do their WODs. You may not be able to set a new personal record in the snatch or deadlift, but you can keep your WOD on track with these routines.

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This story originally appeared on: Muscle & Fitness - Author:vkim

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