How You Can Easily Stick to Your New Year Resolution
New year resolution - Get back in shape. Be honest, how many of us have that in our list? We’ve all made fitness a new year’s resolution at some point, but never seem to quite stick to it. Regardless of whether you work from home or the office, muscle aches and sore bodies are inevitable after long hours of hunkering over computer screens. With so much to do and so little time, it seems impossible to fit a workout into your already hectic schedule.
How can we keep to our resolution without the lengthy time commitment (or money) you ask? Well, we’ll share with you our 3 favourite at-home workouts which require absolutely no equipment, just an empty space and a ready mind. Read on to find out how sticking to that new year’s resolution can be a joy, rather than a chore. Taking that extra 15-20 minutes a day will do wonders for not just your physical health, but mental health as well!
MadFit’s 15-minute Beginner Cardio Workout
We love this video for how beginner-friendly it is, making it perfect for those who find it difficult to begin exercising after leading a sedentary lifestyle for a while. If you’re worried about jumping into something strenuous, this exercise is an ideal icebreaker for easing fitness back into your daily routine.
Emi Wong's Beginner Workout for Fat Burning
Another apartment-friendly exercise is Emi Wong’s 15-minute workout which targets fat burning. If you’re worried about not being able to catch complex movements or even disturbing your neighbours, this video is perfect for you! Emi intentionally chooses steps which do not involve jumping, so that you can be considerate to your neighbours while getting your regular fitness fix.
POPSugar 15-Minute Beginner Workout
For those who feel more confident in their fitness level, this POPsugar Fitness video is the one for you. This workout comes with detailed instructions so that you can match your form correctly and even offers advanced alternatives for those who want to take their workout to the next level.