Triceps Exercises with Jump Box at Home

Here Are 4 Workouts That You Must Try at Home - No Excuses!

Posted by Sanchay Baijal on

There’s one thing we all have learned during our physics lessons in school: A body at rest tends to stay at rest. And unfortunately, a lot of us manage to use this as an excuse not to work out. We blame our minor injuries and say that we don’t want to worsen by working out. And when nothing works, we say that we don’t have time to work out. 

The truth is, there will always be enough excuses to hold yourself back from achieving fitness. It’s time to bounce back and get fit because this article will present to you some effective home workout plans. Yes, you read that right – you no longer need to hit the gym to stay fit and fabulous. You can bring the gym to your home now with these fantastic, zero excuse home workout regimes.


Plank is the best way to start core workouts at home, and it is also a great way to warm up all your muscles. To perform a plank, place your palms on the ground about a shoulder-width apart and align your elbows below your shoulders like you do when you do push-ups. Then, ground your toes into the floor, engage your core, keep your spine flat, and squeeze your glutes and keep your eyes to the floor. 

Hold this position for at least 30 seconds if you are a beginner. Once you reach the intermediate level, make sure to increase the period. For advanced level, balance your hands on a medicine ball while performing planks.

Plank Exercise at Home

Air Squat

To perform this simple yet effective workout, place your feet hip-wide apart when you stand and point your toes slightly outward, placing your arms by your sides. Then, bend your knees and push your butt down and out like you would do while sitting on a chair. While bending down, raise your arms out in front of you and make sure to keep them parallel to the floor. 

Remember to keep most of your weight in your heels while performing this workout. Don’t let your knees go past your toes and lower your body as far as you can without compromising your form. Once you are done, straighten your legs, rise back up, lower your arms to back to your starting position. To make it advanced, pause for one second at the bottom of each squat. This is one of the best cardio workouts at home.

Air Squat Exercise at Home

Triceps Dip

Triceps dip is one of the best strength exercises to start an upper body workout at home. Sit on the edge of your bed or couch and keep your hands outside your hips to perform this. Then, lift your body and walk your feet out until your knees are right above your heels. 

Once that’s done, bend your elbows to a 90-degree angle and lower your hips a bit above the floor. To finish off, extend your elbows and press your body back up. For an advanced workout, you can straighten your legs out rather than keep them bent. 

Wall Sit Exercise at Home

Wall Sit

To perform this effective workout, stand 2 feet away from a wall, facing away, leaning back against the wall, and sliding down like you are sitting in an invisible chair. When your knees are at a 90-degree angle, make sure to contract your abs and hold that position for about 30 to 60 seconds. Your knees must stay directly above your toes to make this workout a success.

You can invest in some home workout or gym equipment to make this workout advanced. Lift and hold your knees while keeping a dumbbell in each hand. You can also do bicep curls while performing this workout. 

Wall sit


This is your sign to get started with your fitness journey. Of course, it won’t be easy at first, but you will easily ace your workout routine at home with consistent efforts. Invest in some home fitness and home gym equipment and start your journey today because your future self will thank you for this.

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