Exercise improves energy levels, boosts the immune system, your mood, and can help you deal with stress, making it a crucial part of your daily routine. Whether you are practicing social distancing, raising small kids, or are working from home, not everybody gets to the gym as often as they’d like to. Sometimes, circumstances like a global pandemic arise and you find yourself staying at home more often. But you don’t have to go to a gym to get a good workout in. In fact, there are plenty of ways to get a good sweat in without leaving your house. Here are four of the easiest ways to burn calories close to home, according to New York Fitness Coach Larry Greenfield.
Larry Greenfield is a certified fitness trainer with decades of practice serving men and women over 40. As an experienced coach, Larry makes sure to consider his clients’ body compositions, overall activity levels, availability of equipment and proximity to the gym, their workout and nutrition choices, and the lifestyle overall. It helps him to create a personalized program that is realistic and achievable by each client. Larry makes sure that they develop long-term habits versus short-term gains.
COVID-19 has really changed how we do our daily routines. A lot of people are choosing to work out at home even once restrictions are lifted for fears of germs spreading at public gyms. With the above tips, you won’t have to travel far or come in close contact with anyone in order to get your sweat on.
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