Fit at Home: Easy Workout Routines

Most people want to make muscle at home. They might not have access to the gym, they don’t want someone else knowing their routines, or they just don’t enjoy going to the gym. Whatever your reason for wanting a workout routine that you can do in your own home, this blog post is for you! Here is a list of five easy exercises that will get you started on building muscle at home without all of the hassle and expense.

– Squats: you can do squats with a chair, couch, or bar. You just need something to stand on that is about knee height and then bend your knees until your thighs are parallel to the ground. Push up through your heels and return back down for 12 reps (or more!).

– Lunges: these are great because they work a lot of muscle groups. You can do these with your bodyweight, but it will be more challenging (and you’ll get better results). All you need to do is stand up straight and then step one foot in front of the other so that your weight is on that back leg. Bend both knees until they are at about 90 degrees and then push your body up to standing and return back.

– Wall squats: this is a great way to work on building muscle at home if you have bad knees or can’t do any weightlifting activities for some reason. All you need is something about knee height (a chair, couch, etc.) that will allow you to squat all the way to the ground and then come back up for 12 reps.

– Deadlifts: these are a great exercise because they work so much muscle all at once. You can do deadlifts with just your bodyweight, but it’s more challenging (and you’ll get better results). All you need is something about knee height that will allow you to stand up straight and then bend your knees until you’re at about 90 degrees. Then, use those muscles in the back of your legs (the hamstrings) to push yourself back to standing for 12 reps.

– Dips: this is a great way to work on building muscle at home because it targets both shoulders as well as triceps. All you need is something about knee height that will allow you to stand up straight and then bend your knees until they are at 90 degrees, too. Once you’re in position, push yourself down by bending your elbows so that the weight of your body pushes on those shoulders (and triceps) for 12 reps.”

Conclusion: There are many different ways to make muscle at home, even if you don’t have access to a gym! These five exercises will get you started without all of the hassle and expense that comes with working out in a gym.

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