The desire to be fit but the lack of time or energy to do so is wayyy too relatable. Especially in college, sometimes there’s not enough hours in the day to do schoolwork, hang out with friends, or eat, let alone go to the gym. Maybe you do have time in your schedule to go run a mile on the treadmill, but you just can’t find the motivation to leave your room. Well, it turns out, you don’t have to. Here are a few, quick, simple exercises you can do in the comfort of your own room, and in the comfort of your own sweatpants as well.
This beginner exercise works out your back, butt, hips, and shoulders making you feel as strong as the hero it was named after.
- Push Up
They may have a bad rep but this classic, yet simple, exercise helps exercise your arms, chest and shoulders.
- Front Plank
You might feel awkward staring at the ground during this one, but just think of the ab and back muscles you’re working out!
- Reverse Crunch
If you’ve been looking for abs but can’t seem to find them anywhere else, then this is the exercise for you.
- Squat Jumps
Your lower extremity will never thank you enough because these squat jumps will workout your butt, hips, and thighs.
- Forward Lunge
It might seem silly, but this workout will help exercise your abs, butt, hips, and thighs. And who doesn’t want that?
- Glute Bridge
Last but not least, doing this glute bridge is a cherry on top of the ice cream that you deserve after doing all of this physical activity.
These exercises make it easy to roll out of bed in the morning and do a quick workout before starting your day. Or, if you’re a night owl, do a few of these to get the rest of your energy out. Either way, it’s the perfect way to start or end your day.