Recap: Linora Low shows us how to work out from home with a backpack and towel
Fire up them glutes
Looking for a way to work up a sweat as you're in isolation? While it's important to find means to destress and take your mind off work during these trying times, don't forget to get your endorphins flowing to keep your spirits lifited—after all, it's been proven that endorphins can trigger feelings of positivity in your body, which is pretty similar to the effects of morphine (whoa).
There are a plethora of ways you can stay active at home—and you don't actually need proper gym equipment, in case you're fretting over the lack of resources you have right now.
Ahead, Low shows us the best ways to fire up all the major muscle groups with a backpack (filled with books) and a towel.
Reps: 12 | Sets: 3
A2: Bent-over rows
B2: Upright rows
C1: Bag swings
C2: Hamstring curls with towel
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