With loads of home chores on daily bucket list, exercise may be low on our list of priorities. Indoor workout videos are quite the rage these days with people who necessarily cannot go outdoors because of exactly those priorities or maybe when the weather conditions are extreme. Walking is one of the best low impact cardiovascular workouts you can do and these upbeat indoor walking workouts help you burn calories and get strong all while having fun. In short, the convenience of walking miles in your home is excuse-proof. Let’s get to know 3 of these at-home workout videos.
1. Leslie Sansone's 1 Mile Exercise For Beginners
Leslie Sansone is truly authority on fitness. If you have just started out on a fitness journey, this 15 minute indoor workout routine is best for you. Features two complete 2-mile and 3-mile walks, a total body strength training circuit plus separate warm up and cool down segments. Leslie has a series of indoor walking workout videos designed for those with limited space to get a workout in without any equipment. These workouts burn calories and tone muscles.
2. “Unleash” Bipasha Basu Cardio Aerobic Workout For Intermediates
This 30 minute quick fix cardio burst aerobic (more like Zumba) session is good for people who have built stamina and are ready to take their workouts to the next level. The routine helps strengthen the bones and improves muscle coordination, while also burning major calories and greatly assists in weight loss.
3. Popsugar Cardio HIIT Workout For Advance Level
This at-home 30 minute HIIT routine needs no equipment and is good for fitness freaks used to high intensity routines. This HIIT workout includes three circuits guaranteed to fire up your muscles and raise your heart rate to burn calories. The ab section at the end will definitely have you feeling the burn! Grab some water, press play, and get ready to sweat.
Finally there are workouts that you can do within your living rooms. You just need loads of will power and motivation to kick start fitness journey, while these at home exercises needs no equipment whatsoever which also makes them excuse-proof. The videos suggested here cater for people in all levels e.g. for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels.