In Home Workout

By |2020-05-11T21:02:17-04:00May 11th, 2020|Categories: Personal Training|Tags: , , |

Best in home workouts What is considered the best in home workout? Honor Athletics can help you with that! The best at home workout is the one that costs you almost nothing, but you maximize all the benefits of working out. During these tough times of covid-19 we are forced to look for alternatives since gyms are closed. Luckily, we have so many resources to look up effect in home workouts. All you need to get an effective training is just your body weight and some furniture. In this article we will be discussing Body weight training, Set Reps/Temp and frequency and best exercises to pick when planning a workout at home.Body Weight trainingThere are many benefits to using in home body weight training. Firstly, its cost is free, and you can still build your muscle like a Greek god. Doing your workout at home can also increase body awareness, giving you the ability to control certain muscles turning them off and on as you please. For example, a lot of people do not know how to turn on their glutes, this can cause a lot of low back pain and poor posture.Another pro to body weight workout is that any one can preform these exercises at their own pace. That exercises active more synergist muscles.What Does It mean?it means help stabilize joints during movement which is a good thing. With a well stable joint you reduce the risk of injuries. Body weight exercises are also safe to do, without the risk of a plate crushing your foot or a barbell dropping on your chest. These exercises are also commonly used to rehabilitate people with injuries.Sets Reps/Tempo/frequencyIt is recommended that people accumulate at least 150 mins of physical activity weekly for a in home workout. Since we are quarantined time is all we have. To reach 150mins what you could do is 30mins moderate to vigorous intensity, 5 days a week. You can break that 150mins up in the week how ever you like, as long as your hitting the 150mins week recommendation. To calculate your moderate intensity, you can use the age predicted heart rate max formula which is 208 – (0.7xage) = X. X x 64%-76% = moderate intensity for you.Sobe in a range of 64% and 76% percent of your heart rate max. If you do not have a smart watch to keep track of your heart rate, you could [...]