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23 Easy Exercises You Can Do at Home During Quarantine

Best Life Logo By Tiffany Ayuda of Best Life | Slide 1 of 24: Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to close their doors and mandated that everyone stay home, it has disrupted all of our routines, including our fitness regimen. While this quarantine period has been incredibly stressful and challenging, it's important to keep moving and maintain some semblance of our everyday activities. Fortunately, many personal trainers, gyms, and studios across the country have been offering free on-demand fitness classes and at-home workouts that people can do via Zoom, Instagram Live, and on their own online platforms.But we know that breaking a sweat at home isn't always convenient. There's not as much space, and you might not own the right equipment. That's why we tapped some of the top trainers to share their go-to bodyweight exercises, which you can easily modify with the resources you have in your house or apartment. Don't have dumbbells or kettlebells? No problem. Load up with canned foods, water jugs, coolers, heavy backpacks, and books. Here are some easy exercises and simple stretches you can do at home. To learn which moves you should stay away from, check out the 13 Exercises You Should Avoid, According to Personal Trainers.

23 Easy Exercises You Can Do at Home During Quarantine

Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to close their doors and mandated that everyone stay home, it has disrupted all of our routines, including our fitness regimen. While this quarantine period has been incredibly stressful and challenging, it's important to keep moving and maintain some semblance of our everyday activities. Fortunately, many personal trainers, gyms, and studios across the country have been offering free on-demand fitness classes and at-home workouts that people can do via Zoom, Instagram Live, and on their own online platforms.

But we know that breaking a sweat at home isn't always convenient. There's not as much space, and you might not own the right equipment. That's why we tapped some of the top trainers to share their go-to bodyweight exercises, which you can easily modify with the resources you have in your house or apartment. Don't have dumbbells or kettlebells? No problem. Load up with canned foods, water jugs, coolers, heavy backpacks, and books. Here are some easy exercises and simple stretches you can do at home. To learn which moves you should stay away from, check out the 13 Exercises You Should Avoid, According to Personal Trainers.

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