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TOP 5 THESE INDOOR EXERCISES WILL KEEP YOU FIT & HEALTHY IN THE WINTER

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START YOUR DAY WITH WARM UP

Whether you are a gym, park or home, the beginning of exercise must always be done with a warm up. Warm up does not only bring heat and energy to your body, but there is also no harm in stretching or pressure on any organ during exercise. Walk for warm ups 5 minutes walk fast or jogging in one place. Also do some stretching too.

To do this, lie down on the back and lift the knees at 90 degree angle and lightly lower your lower back towards matte. Keep your hands under the head and try to shave your head with your chest while lifting your head. Feel the pull in the abus. Slowly come back to the situation Repeat this verb 12-16 times.

1. CRUNCHES

To do this, lie down on the back and lift the knees at 90 degree angle and lightly lower your lower back towards matte. Keep your hands under the head and try to shave your head with your chest while lifting your head. Feel the pull in the abus. Slowly come back to the situation Repeat this verb 12-16 times.

2. CHAIR DPS

Stand by the bench near the chair. Grab the corners of the chair with both hands behind the hands and stretch the legs in front of the elbows, folding the elbows. Then, while pressing on your hands, sit up and sit. With the help of this chair you can easily make dips. Repeat this 12-16 times

3. WALL SEAT

To make the wall sit ups, attach your back to the wall. Then slowly clinging to the wall, folding your knees at 90 degrees. Imagine as if you are sitting in a chair. Stay in this situation for 30-50 seconds. Then come back to normal stage. Use this situps 12-16 times with the help of the wall.

4. CHEST FLIES

Lie down on the mat or carpet for this exercise. Hold a bottle of water in your hands. Turn the elbows slightly, stretching the arms over the chest. Bring hands to your chest. Then stretch the sides on either side, until your elbows are not parallel to the shoulders. Now slowly come back to the position. Repeat this verb 12-16 times.

5. SQUATS

Stand upright to do this, then take both hands forward in the 90 degree pole. Then bend the knees downward and then rise up. Repeat this verb 16-18 times.

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