Six At Home Workouts for Every MISSBISH

01.28 / Fitness

The weather outside is frightful, and we know how challenging it can be to get to the gym when temperatures are less than delightful. Unfortunately, that’s no excuse for skipping leg day. So, we've put together six at-home winter workouts for every fitness level that you can try when there's no motivation to go to the gym.

Each exercise is designed to use the resistance of your own body and very minimal equipment. In addition, each is meant to target a specific part of your body, so when done together you’re achieving a full-body workout. Pretty great, right? Since you’ll be sweating it out in the comfort of your own home, we hope you’ll feel empowered to blast your favorite playlist too. Need inspiration? Check out MISSBISH's 2016 Albums of the Year.

Don’t forget to stay hydrated and stretch after each workout.

AT HOME 5-10-15
If you’re short on time but still want to get your body moving, this workout is a no-brainer. Complete 5 total circuits and then get on with your day. Add hand weights to make it more challenging.

5 Push-ups
10 Crunches
15 Squats
Rest 10 seconds
5 Lunges (each leg)
10 Reverse Crunches
15-Second Plank
Rest 10 seconds

It only takes about 10 minutes of your time each day to strengthen your core muscles. That’s 10 minutes of scrolling through Instagram that you can put toward a flatter stomach instead.

Bicycle Kicks - 30 seconds
Elbow Planks - 45 seconds
Straight Leg Lifts - 10 reps
Russian Twists - 16 reps
Mountain Climbers - 30 seconds
Rest - 15 seconds
Superman Planks - 8 reps
Left Side Planks - 45 seconds
Windshield Wipers - 8 reps
Right Side Planks - 45 seconds
Bicycle Kicks - 30 seconds
Mountain Climbers - 30 seconds

Up the ante and burn more calories with this intense cardio workout. There’s no rush to complete this one, so take your time!

100 Jumping Jacks
100 Crunches
100 Squats
25 Push-ups
Rest for 1 minute
100 Jumping Jacks
100 Crunches
100 Squats
25 Push-ups
Rest for 1 minute
200 Jumping Jacks
100 Crunches
24 Push-ups

This series of yoga poses will take you about 20 minutes to complete. We suggest saving it for the evening and lighting a few candles so you can balance your mind and body before bed. Take it one step further by adding a 10-minute meditation before or after.

Inhale, Upward Facing Dog
Exhale, Move into Downward Facing Dog
Inhale, Revolved Chair and exhale while holding
Inhale, Standing Half Forward Bend
Exhale, Fold Forward to bring head to feet
Inhale, Camel and exhale while holding
Inhale, Head-to-Knee Forward Bend and exhale while holding
Inhale, Triangle and exhale while holding
Inhale, Pigeon and exhale while holding
Inhale, Standing Back Bend and exhale while holding
Inhale, Warrior I and exhale while holding
Inhale, Reverse Plank and exhale while holding
Exhale, Move into Forward Bend
Take a few minutes for Savasana

Barre has certainly made a name for itself this year. While you won’t need an actual ballet barre, we do recommend using a set of hand weights (light to medium) to make the most of the workout.

12 Squat + Tricep and Donkey Kick
12 Side Leg Lift + Front Raise
12 First Chair + Straight Arm Pulses
12 Oblique Crunch + Leg Extension
12 Single Leg Glute Bridge + Toe Touch
Repeat 2 more times

While advanced Pilates generally requires equipment, this beginner’s workout is perfect for those who love Pilates but can’t make it to a studio. Even better - it only takes about 15 minutes to complete.

15 Glute Bridges
15 Ab Crunches
15 Lying Leg Extensions
15 Lying Windshield Wipers
15 Side Lying Leg Abductions (right side)
15 Side Lying Leg Adductions (right side)
15 Side Lying Leg Abductions (left side)
15 Side Lying Leg Adductions (left side)
15 Back Extensions
15 Goal Post Lifts

Photo by: Patrick Leung | Model: Juliana Semenova

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