When You Don’t Have Time or Place to Train, At Least Do This

Exercise is essential for good health. However, we limit ourselves to one or two exercises. Sometimes when we lack the space or time to train, exercise and fitness aspects are ignored.

Despite the time and place obstacles to exercise, we should all do some aerobics, stretching, balancing and strengthening exercises.
Here is a list of exercises you can do despite time and space limitations and also what you need to know about them.

Aerobic Exercise
Aerobic exercise tends to speed your breathing and consequently the heart rate. Both are important for proper functioning of the body. It offers lung and heart endurance. Aim for 150 minutes per week on moderate-intensity aerobic exercises to reduce the risk of heart disease, depression, and falls. Try some speedy walking, jogging, cycling, dancing or step aerobics.

Marching in Place
This kind of exercise needs very little space; you can stand in a small area allowing flexibility of your arms. Do this even as soon as you wake up or retire to bed.

Squat and Stretching
A space of four meters square allows you to do some stretching and squats that are often overlooked. Doing these two exercises for even less than five minutes will increase your range of motion, strengthen your muscles as well as reduce the risk of body injuries.