It has now completed two months since we are locked, and I do confess that I am starting to run out of ideas for entertainment at home. I do not like routine, and I am a bit bored of join early fitness sessions of Joe Wicks on TV every early morning.
However, I don’t have the budget to get myself some online sessions with a personal trainer.
I also know that we still need to find ways to keep fit, whether if you live in a small flat or a spacious house with a garden.
Getting fit at home has become one of the most therapeutic and popular activities in those days when going out is not an option for many of us around the world. You just need to find your match!
But remember that it’s also okay to do nothing. It’s a delicate time of our lives. You don’t need to prove anything to anyone else.
But for those who want to like to exercise, here are my fitness ideas to keep you motivated in the quarantine.
#1- Tumble Track Air
Do you have a big garden? If you do, it’s always easier to carry on with your exercise routines when you have a spacious backyard. Kids can play football; you can sort out a swimming pool or even buying a giant trampoline. Sorted!
After reading several tumble air track reviews online, I have noticed that tumbling is a perfect match for families with big gardens because it will suit kids that just want to jump around and also children that would like to take their exercises more seriously.
Tumbling is like practising gymnastics. It’s a safe fitness practice and you don’t have to be good at it to have fun,
Make sure that you practise it on a safe and choose the right product. There are unbelievable quality tumble track air in the market. Just give it a go!
# 2 – Just Dance
Dancing is one of my favourite sports in life. As an authentic Latina, I used to practise Zumba a couple of years ago. I just love the fact that we can lose weight and get fit at the same time we can enjoy some favourite song routines.
There are lots of dance channels on YouTube with tutorials for all kind of tastes. One of my favourites is the popular Fit Dance. But I know it can be a bit difficult to learn all the routines. Luckily, there are some channels that also cater for beginners from all ages. Just keep moving!
#3 – Walking This Way
I live in a flat. No backyard. Not too much space. But it didn’t stop me to walk 10k steps during the week. Yes, I can do it easily with the help of an app like Pacer.
I love walking and I miss the footpaths in the woods and forests of Britain, but instead of seating down on a sofa waiting for the lockdown to finish, I am trying to do my own walking in the UK inside my home.
It has worked and I walk at least 30k steps during a week. Still not enough. But we I am getting there.