Indoor Exercises - Fitness & Exercise
Every day, each of us performs all sorts of exercises, stretches, and feats of strength. From little things such as picking up a towel off the floor to walking up the stairs to carrying groceries, our everyday life requires basic fitness.Read More..
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|4 stretches for better sleep17|
You can do yoga anytime but we recommend it before bedtime as a way to soothe away the stresses of the day. The following four introductory yoga poses are good for increasing circulation around the heart and promoting relaxation. And you can actually do them in bed, in your pyjamas, before going to sleep. Hold each pose for at least 30 seconds.
Keep your core muscles in check with targetted exercises.
|Simple back exercises you can do at home8|
Simple exercises to strengthen back muscles, and help you recover from injury.
|The healthy heart strength plan7|
12 exercises stretched out over a week , designed to improve heart health and strength.
|7 fast fat burning exercises6|
Follow our fitness programme, and maintain a healthy, high-fibre diet, for visible results within eight to ten weeks
|Common Yoga Positions5|
Try these common yoga positions for balance, concentration, coordination and strength
|Work out at home5|
Can't afford a gym membership? For an inexpensive and convenient way to get and stay fit, try exercising at home.
|Resistance band workout4|
This custom workout uses resistance tubing - an inexpensive at-home option - to help you build strong and shapely muscles
|Push-up guide - make this exercise work for you3|
Push-ups aren’t just for guys. Here’s how to make this exercise work for you
|Guide to cycling for exercise3|
Getting into cycling may be your key to having fun, staying fit and looking great
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