Top 4 Excercises for Apartment Living

Are you a big fan of working out, but you don’t like going to the gym? Even in a smaller apartment, there are still plenty of quick, easy, and effective exercises you can do to get your daily workout in. While gyms are great, the reality is that you definitely don’t need all of that fancy equipment to get in a good workout and stay in shape. To help you make the most of your available space, following are a few of the best exercises for apartment living.

Did you know that squats are one of the best functional exercises you can do? This simple exercise helps you to burn more fat, promotes body-wide muscle building, and is a powerful way to improve your overall fitness. Squats are great for your legs, abs, and backside. This move may seem simple at first, but we guarantee you will feel the burn if you add plenty of them into your workout routine.

Planks are one of the most effective exercises for strengthening your core muscles. However, this move also works on your back, glutes, and hamstrings. Just remember, it is very important to keep your body in a straight line during this exercise. By maintaining proper form and challenging yourself to see how long you can hold your plank, your abs will be shaking and sculpted in no time.

Triceps Dips
Triceps dips are another great move for exercising in your apartment because they are effective and don’t require any equipment. This move can be performed on the ground, or you can also use furniture in your apartment (such as a chair or your couch) to get into a position that is comfortable and effective for you. This upper body exercise is a quick and effective way to tone the back of your arms.

Quiet Cardio Moves
Finding ways to tone your body while exercising in your apartment is pretty easy. It becomes a little more challenging when you want to get in a cardio workout that doesn’t require equipment and that also won’t create too much noise for your neighbors below. Fortunately, there are several quiet cardio moves that will get your heart rate up. From lunge hops to mountain climbers, this blog post provides some exercises you can incorporate into your routine.

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