Celebrity Workouts That Will Help Keep You Fit
Many have found that gyms are still shut to help stop the coronavirus outbreak. Gyms like Equinox, 24 Hour Fitness, and SoulCycle amongst different workout facilities that were people's go to places have forced people to look for alternatives while staying home. Many people have been turning more and more to digital exercising apps and packages to preserve their exercising routines from home.
Brands, apps and services on-line have all stated they've seen a spike in demand, purchases and engagement over the past few months and because of this many have been experiencing delays in getting their exercise machines since they are backordered. I have been waiting 9 weeks to get my Peloton and the Peloton agent explained the bikes are sitting in their warehouse but they just don't have enough people to deliver them in a timely fashion which has hindered many that were turning to at-home health apps to continue to be in shape while they wait for their products and machines to arrive.
If you are in search of an outlet for your fitness needs and a therapy for boredom at some point of this social distancing period, I am sharing a few workout routines from your favorite celebrities, you can do in your living room or on your patio without needing any fitness equipment to help you.
A-Rod kicks off the video by sharing the day’s workout on his tablet:
400 meter run
15 kettlebell swings
15 bend rows
Kim Kardashian's trainer, Melissa Alcantara shared these tips below to help keep you in shape:
“Lay down on a mat. Place your hands under your booty, spread feet about hip-width apart and bend your knees slightly. Lift both legs off the ground until you create a 90-degree angle with your legs. Then, lower your legs, making sure your feet don’t touch the ground. Continue to lift and lower your legs for 4 sets of 20 reps.”
“Get into a pushup position with your hands directly under your shoulders. Engage your core and glutes so that your body is in a straight line. Hold for 1 minute, then take 30 seconds to rest, then hold again for a minute. Repeat until you get to 4 minutes of total plank holds.”
“Kneel on the floor and place the ab roller on the floor in front of you, with your hands on each side of the device. You should be on your hands and knees, like a kneeling pushup position. Slowly roll the ab roller forward, stretching your body into a straight line. Go as low as you can without breaking form, then slowly roll yourself back to your starting position. Keep your upper back a bit rounded and your core as tight as possible. Align your head and neck with your spine at all times. As your core becomes stronger, you’ll have better engagement. Repeat for 4 sets of 10 reps.”
A-list trainer Ramona Braganza has been keeping Jessica Alba in shape for 15 years with some of these workouts:
Brace yourself. Stand with a 3kg dumbbell in each hand and take a giant step forward with the right foot, keeping the back leg straight. Leaning forward at the waist, bring your hands together with palms facing inwards.
Keeping a slight bend in your elbows, lift your arms out to the sides at shoulder height. Come on, squeeze those shoulder blades together. Lower and repeat.
Stand with a dumbbell in each hand. Bend the elbows at 90 degrees with the dumbbells at ear level and palms facing forward. Careful…
(b) Now straighten your arms and press the dumbbells towards the ceiling, then return to the start. Do 20 reps. Bye bye, bingo wings!
Stand with your feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, a weight in each hand and elbows bent into sides, palms facing. So far so easy.
With your abs contracted, twist your torso to the right, punch your left arm straight across your body to the right. Next twist your torso to the left and punch your right arm the same way. Imagine your boss if that helps.