Health and Fitness

Say Yes To No-Equipment Workout Strategy

Not everyone has the time to make frequent visits to the gym to get started with their fitness workout regime or to the market to get themselves the right equipment needed for several exercises. These are the people who are already stuck in exhausting nine to five work hours and need a fitness strategy that requires little time and perhaps even lesser effort to facilitate the loss of fats that has accumulated over the time of being perpetually confined to the offices.

Exercises That Neither Need Gym or Equipments

There is a variety of workouts that do not require a person to enlist themselves in a gym or to buy relevant equipment and tools. However, these exercises still need a lot of research before getting started. It is important for a person to understand the correct way to perform an exercise followed by the time interval for which it should be continued. Such kind of guidance is provided by that helps a person start in the right manner rather than rendering it harmful for themselves.


It is a type of exercise that jolts every muscle in the lower body into action such as those found in glutes, hips, thighs and calves. There are several variations in squats which include barbell squats, wide-leg squat, front squat and one-leg squat all of which can be performed in a small space without heading to the gym.


This is one of the most common exercises that a person can perform literally anywhere in their house. Known for improving upper-body strength, pushups are ideal for building muscles in chest, shoulders, triceps and back.


Lunges are similar to squats and focus more on the leg muscles particularly in quads, glutes, calves and hamstrings. The exercise is usually performed two to three times per week for 12-16 reps and helps lose fat accumulated in the lower body.


Known for its effect on the muscles of abs, back, arms and legs; plank is a exercise which is a part of both Pilates and Yoga. It also focuses on the internal abdominal muscles and improves core strength.

Liam Rubin is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Cambodia. He is currently the managing editor of T3 Licensing and a freelance writer.