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21 Exercises You Can Do At Home For A Full-Body Workout

Published : Apr 01, 2020 1 mins read Updated On : Mar 21, 2024

During these stressful times of self-isolation and social distancing, it is important that we individually take care of ourselves and then others. Other than following the essential preventive methods (social distancing, isolation, etc.) we need to preserve our well-being. Of course, exercise is a form of self-care. What’s great is, that all of this can be done at home while staying safe, and healthy!

So, let’s go through 21 exercises that will help you achieve a full-body exercise so you can come out of this period of home isolation with a fantastic body you can be proud of, and in the process reap the benefits of exercise on a day-to-day lifestyle.


It is strongly advised not to begin any physical exertion without a warm-up. So when you’re gearing up to exercise at home make sure you warm up. You can try jumping jacks, stretches, or even some yoga to prepare you for the workout.

Legs/Lower Body Exercises

1. Calf Raises
2. Squats
3. Jump Squats
4. Jump Lunges
5. Side Lunges
6. Donkey Kicks
7. Single-Leg Deadlifts
8. Frog Jumps
9. Wall Sits

21 Exercises You Can Do At Home For A Full-Body Workout

These lower body exercises will improve your speed, agility, and balance. These are vital for day-to-day movement, without fatigue or injury. Lower body exercises are known for strengthening the foundational muscle groups that are responsible for this.

21 Exercises You Can Do At Home For A Full-Body Workout

Upper Body (Chest, Shoulders, Upper Back, And Arms)
10. Push-Ups
11. Decline Push-Ups
12. Plank Up And Down
13. Triceps Dips

These upper body exercises will strengthen and tighten your body to perform at its very best daily. They will also lead to good posture, weight loss, body balance, and strength, as well as of course, aesthetics!

14. Russian Twist
15. Plank Toe Touch
16. Double Leg Raises
17. Alternating Leg Drops

Entire Body

18. Burpees
19. Mountain Climbers
20. Bear Crawl
21. Inch Worm

A strong core helps you reduce the strain on your spine. Moreover, Strong core muscles reduce the risk of encountering neck pain, torn muscles, ruptured disks, and strained ligaments. Core training also improves athletic performance.

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