6 Quick Workouts That Will Help You Exercise Pretty Much Anywhere
These exercises help make your bodyweight workouts more fun, and a bit too easy!! (without needing a proper environment)
Calf raises is an exercise for the gastrocnemius, tibialis posterior and soleus muscles of the lower leg. Stand on the edge of a raised surface with the heel lower than the toes. This will allow a greater stretch on the working muscles.. Let your heels hang over the edge. Then raise the heel as far as possible. Stay in this position for a minute then come back down.
Stiff-Leg Ankle Hop
This exercise targets the ankles and to a lesser degree also targets the calves and shins. Try not to bend at the knees and hips, although the knees will bend slightly.
This is best for strengthen the quadriceps muscles. Slide your back down a wall until your knees form right angles. Keep your back straight up against the wall. This is a very intense workout so its best advised to not be practiced by someone with an existing knee problem.
This is basically the up-and-down movement of the legs. Lay down on your back and extend you legs. Now lift your heels a little off the ground. In this way you have to move your legs up and down– one leg kicking downwards as the other leg moves up.
Lie down on the ground and make a pedaling motion with your legs and your hands behind your head.
This will take a total of about 20 minutes. First of all warm up for 5 minutes. Walk briskly for 1 minute after this, then walk at a moderate pace for another 2 minutes. Then walk as fast as you can for 2 more minutes. After this walk slow for a minute and catch your breath. Repeat this all once again.