Exercise and movement are so important to our being fit and healthy. It takes surprisingly little to get your workouts in at home.
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For cardio three days a week: my trainers, a jump rope, and my bike. I use the HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) variety. I take a daily walk as soon as the sun is up to get my daily dose of sunshine. I consider the walk an activity not an exercise.
For strength training three days a week: 2 x 5 pound weights, 2 x 8 pound weights, 1 x 12 pound weight, and a set of fitness bands. I do an upper body push (counter push-up & military press), an upper body pull (row, standing pull-up), a lower body pull (dead lift, hip-hinges), a lower body push (squat), balance (just standing around on one foot), and core (planks, dead bugs & Russian twists)
For flexibility training every day: a yoga mat, a yoga strap, a yoga block, and a bolster. I do a slow, steady, home practice that mirrors an old Jason Crandell video where you do 4 poses for each area you are focusing on . . . so using Sun Salutations you work in 4 shoulder, 4 hips, 4 abs, 4 leg, then a couple of balance moves, legs-up-the-wall series and finally savasana.
For mindfulness every day: BCP (with Laud and Vespers daily) and Headspace meditation app.