1. Jump Rope
Jumping rope is a quick, affordable, and effective workout. It can increase your cardiorespiratory fitness, build stronger bones and muscles, and improve your balance and coordination.
If you want a good cardio workout in a matter of minutes, try a jump rope.
2. Single Dumbbell Workout
Don’t have a ton of strength-training equipment at your disposal? No worries.
We have a great single-dumbbell workout that will fire up your entire body with just a single weight that hits pretty much all your major muscle groups, and can be easily scaled up or down to different fitness levels
- Single-Arm Chest Press
- Goblet Squat
- Bench-Supported Single-Arm Row
- Single-Leg Deadlift
- Russian Twist
Equipment: https://assassingoods.com/products/premium-rubber-hex-dumbbell-individual3. Cycling At Home
Fitting spin classes into your everyday schedule doesn’t have to be hard. Choosing the right one for you means checking out the options (spoiler: there are a ton!) and deciding what exactly it is you need from your workouts.
An online instructor will lead you through all the basic cycling stances. You control your personal pace and resistance levels and you can build the intensity to suit your ability.
Beginners love cycle workouts because they are low impact, enjoyable and very effective, and research suggests cycling is the type of training newcomers are highly likely to stick with.