Sweat, Smile and Repeat

I talked about how important it is to exercise in one of the earlier posts but I just wanted to share some good examples on what kind of workouts you could do. You can do all of these workouts at home and it the longest one takes about 40 min. It’s healthy to do high intensity cardio training 2-3 times a week. Here are some good examples on how cardio training benefits you and your health:benefits-of-cardio.jpg


If you don’t have any weights at home, use an empty milk carton filled with water or a large bottle of laundry detergent. If you don’t have a stability ball, use a chair with a pillow on for comfort or maybe a footstool


On the days you don’t feel like working out, lay down on the living room floor and do some cosy & comfy yoga. Yoga has many health benefits such as; helps your flexibility, builds muscle strength, prevents cartilage and joint breakdown, increases your blood flow, boosts immunity, drops your blood pressure, lowers blood sugar, just to name a few. The good thing about yoga is that you can do it anywhere, anytime. Here are two videos of different yoga routines I enjoy. One of them is said to reduce stress and anxiety, the other one is for beginners, and very easy to follow along with.



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