Here are 5 Dorm Room Workouts for You
This entry was posted on August 27, 2019.
Getting a proper workout in Kenner does not demand a lot of space.
And that is something every exerciser can take advantage of, mostly when we put into consideration that most of the dorm rooms are just large enough to fit your bed and a few more things.
Therefore we are sharing with you these dorm room exercises in 5 workouts that will keep your body healthy and in shape.
- Squats: This exercise involves multiple muscle groups and joints, which combined with the small space required makes it perfect for dorm room workouts.
How to do it: While on your feet with a shoulder-width space between them, making sure that your knees are bending over to a 90-degree angle. 2 reps of 20 will make you feel your thighs and butt burn.
- Jumping Jacks: They offer an efficient total-body workout which can be performed anywhere as well. Focusing on your heart, lungs, and muscles at the same time and involving your abdominal and shoulder muscles as well.
How to do it: With your legs together and arms at your side, slightly bend your knees before jumping into the air. Spread your legs as you jump until they reach a shoulder-width distance between them while at the same time stretching your arms out and over your head. 3 reps of 25 and you will feel the burn.
The Power Plater MY3 is a vibration machine that will not require a large space for it to work, fitting almost anywhere in your dorm room.
- Burpees: The burpee is a full-body exercise that focuses on working most of the major muscle groups and enhancing your cardiovascular fitness, balance, and coordination. They will get your heart rate up and make you sweat really fast, perfect for calorie burning. 2 reps of 15 or 3 reps of 12 for a high-intensity workout.
- Lunges: They help the exerciser to develop lower-body strength and endurance providing increased effectiveness at evening out muscle imbalances. This is also the ideal exercise if you are looking to build up that booty. Performing forward, side, alternating, or reverse lunges is up to you. 3 reps of 10 for each leg will be enough.
- Planks: This exercise is a simple but effective bodyweight exercise which, as almost everyone in this list, can be performed anywhere. You can try holding it for a minute or by challenging yourself trying to hold it as much as you can.
- Sit-ups: Sit-ups offer are dynamic exercise perfect for your abdominals and hip flexors. They make use of your abs to roll your body up off the ground with your hip flexors completing the movement. This can be seen as a variation to planks or vice-versa. To perform this exercise you just need to lay on the ground, bend your knees and lift your chest. 3 reps of 25 will work.
- Leg raises: The leg raise exercise will not only sculpt your core but will also improve the flexibility of your hip flexors allowing you to improve your runs, spin game, and squats. 3 reps of 15 will make your abs feel it.
- Frog jumps: The frog jumps can be seen as squat jumps but with the added step of touching the step while you squat. They are perfect to boost memory level and melt away unnecessary fat from multiple sections of your body. Toning your legs and butt. 1 rep of 25.
One of our best home gym exercise equipment here at Fitness Expo Stores is the Precor EFX443 P, part of our elliptical machines for sale at our stores.
- V-Ups: Dorm room workouts are often ideal for your abs, and this is another exercise that will work out those abs with intensity. This exercise will tighten your tummy, strengthen your core, and flatten your abs. Make sure to never let your feet touch the ground. 25 V-Ups will be enough.
- High Knees: An exercise that focuses on burning calories. High knees is a high-intensity cardio exercise that activates your core and strengthens your legs. 2 minutes will be enough to tire you out.
- Jump Rope: It is a simple and easy-to-learn exercise that again can be done just about anywhere. This exercise provides boosted fat burning, improved cardio and mental sharpness increased muscle engagement, and the most important: A fun factor. It can be done while getting through an entire song.
- Push-ups: An exercise that builds up your arm muscles offering a great way to get your muscles working. They can be performed by either doing full-body push-ups or knee push-ups. Start with a base of 20 hits each 2 days and feel free to increase the number slowly as your muscles grow.
Work Your Body Out in Any Place
When it comes to working out, nothing is impossible. You can always find a place to exercise–even as small as your college dorm room.
You can invest in a piece of equipment if you have space to spare in your dorm room. Let Fitness Expo help you get the best exercise equipment for your workout program, from quality residential fitness equipment to commercial gym machines.