Welcome back! We are here with more great workouts that you can do at home during Thanksgiving without taking away from your quality time with friends and family. If you missed our previous blog, be sure to visit back for more great Thanksgiving home exercising tips. If you’re searching for free Raleigh fitness programs? Call CrossFit Invoke and ask about our free classes!
Do a mix of push-ups and wall sits two to three different times per day. Try at least 10 to 20 push-ups and hold wall sits for one minute at a time.
Planks are a fantastic way to work your whole body, especially your core. You can do front facing planks as well as the side planks. Do each type as a set and hold individual planks for at least 30 seconds.
Also try adding in triceps dips using your dining room chairs or step stools. These are awesome for our arms and also work well with push-ups and wall sits.
Most people hate them, but burpees are a great workout that you can do at home. They ensure you get a nice full body workout that includes cardio. They’re intense and can get you motivated to keep at your workouts in the home!
We hope these easy Thanksgiving workouts will keep you going during the holiday so that you don’t miss out on exercise while spending quality time with friends and family. If you missed a previous blog check back there for more easy workouts for Thanksgiving!
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