Top 10 Types of Workouts from Home which are essential in all Sports!

Updated: May 7, 2020

We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to manage your workouts related to your sport from anywhere.In this blog post we’ll share the details of every workout you need to know for your sport!

Don't let quarantine take over you! Step out of your comfort zone and start training with these new Trending exercises!


1. CALISTHENIC WORKOUT

Calisthenics are exercises that don’t rely on anything but a person’s own body weight. These exercises are performed with differing levels of intensity and rhythm. Sometimes these exercises are done with light handheld tools like rings and wands.

These exercises allow for the development of strength, endurance, flexibility, and coordination.

Calisthenics were developed in ancient Greece and became popular again in the early 19th century. Today, fitness training of athletes, military personnel, law enforcement officers, and people trying to keep in shape use these exercises for warming up for strenuous sports or to help build up their bodies. Scientist are also now studying the use of calisthenics to help treat various health conditions, from obesity to COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).



2. AGILITY WORKOUT


Agility is one of the key components of fitness and is valuable in many sports and physical activities. Think of the sports where you have to use agility. Here, we consider in Badminton you must quickly respond to movements of while following the shuttle.

Agility is the ability to move and change direction and position of the body quickly and effectively while under control. It requires quick reflexes, coordination, balance, speed, and correct response to the changing situation.

To be agile, you are responding to what is going on around you, taking in that information and translating it into body positioning that will maintain balance and control. You are moving to the best position to take the next action, such as catching a ball or making a tackle. You are moving in a way that your body and sports equipment are in the right position to take the next action effectively.


3. FLEXIBILITY WORKOUT


Flexibility exercises stretch your muscles and can help your body stay flexible. As we all know how flexibility is important in all sports.Especially in Badminton.

Flexibility training refers to developing a wide range of movement in a joint or series of joints that is attainable in a momentary effort with the help of a partner or a piece of equipment. Human flexibility is not the same in all joints. Thus, some easily perform longitudinal splits but are very hard in transversal ones. Flexibility in some joints can be increased to a certain degree by stretching.

Flexibility training has long been underestimated and perhaps overlooked by health-care professionals. Quality of life is considerably enhanced by improving and maintaining a good range of motion in the joints.


4. MOBILITY


Mobility designates exercises that will increase your range-of-motion and your stabilization, or control of the muscles that surround each joint. Mobility isn’t the same as flexibility, though it is close. Mobility incorporates flexibility and strength, and it’s crucial to help you squat deeper, push harder, and jump higher.

These workout guides and improves the athlete, making realize body’s ability to move easily, movement that allows the body to move freely and with physical quality. By increasing cervical spine and thoracic spine mobility the athlete is able to dissipate energy through the spine – thus protecting the cervical spine and head upon impact, sudden movement with change in direction, falls. Various Strengthening exercises are also the part of Mobility exercises .

“Having optimal mobility and movement lets you achieve better positions, which will allow you to be more efficient in your lifts or movements, which will translate to getting stronger and faster,”


5. HIIT (High intensity interval training)


Chances are you’ve heard of HIIT workouts — but you may not know exactly what that means. And even if you do, maybe you’re looking for a fresh routine that you can sneak into your day. We’ve got you covered!

HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training. The intensity in these workouts means there is little (if any) downtime built in. This workout is also comprised of interval training, which means exercises are done in bursts. They can start slow and become faster from one exercise to another. Typically, cardio and strength training are combined to create a well-rounded high-intensity interval training workout.

Because there are hardly any pauses ina HIIT workout, you can do this in less than half the time of a regular workout. You can get a big calorie burn, rev up your metabolism, lose weight, gain strength and build muscle in 20 minutes.


6. POWER YOGA


Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas (series of poses done in sequence) but gives each teacher the flexibility to teach any poses in any order, making every class different.

The other difference between yoga and power yoga is the general stability of the body. Yoga gives internal as well as the external stability of the body organs. Internal stability means that internal organs achieve physical wellness while external stability helps external body parts to remain physically fit.

Power Yoga is definitely an intense workout that will make you sweat as well as bring stablity in your body!


7. MIND*BODY CO-ORDINATION


Mind-body exercise is one of the hottest trends in the fitness industry. A form of exercise that combines body movement, mental focus, and controlled breathing to improve strength, balance, flexibility, and overall health.Exercise that requires coordination activates the cerebellum, which is located at the back of the brain and enhances thinking, cognitive flexibility, and processing speed. It's always fun to interact in such exercises.Mind-body connection leads to discipline


8. PILATES


Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core strength. This helps to improve general fitness and overall well-being.

Similar to Yoga, Pilates concentrates on posture, balance and flexibility. In Pilates the chance of injury is much lower than with other more strenuous forms of exercise. Pilates also focuses on the mind-body connection. While doing the various exercises your mind needs to be constantly aware of your breathing and the way your body moves.

Pilates can be modified to provide either a gentle strength training program or a challenging workout, most people would have no problem with this form of exercise. It is suitable both for beginners and for people who already exercise regularly.


9. CROSSFIT


CrossFit is a strength and conditioning workout that is made up of functional movement performed at a high intensity level.

These movements are actions that you perform in your day-to-day life, like squatting, pulling, pushing etc. Many workouts feature variations of squats, push-ups, and weight lifting that last for predetermined amounts of time to help build muscles. This varies from a traditional workout that may tell you how many reps to do over any period of time.



There you go! Now its just the matter of time where you find your related exercises ; relevent to all these types of workout suitable for your sports!

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