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while the whole country is locked down More and more people are searching for each other. exercise at home That will help them achieve their fitness goals while isolating themselves. in the latest episode of his podcast Joe Rogan Explain to his guest Greg Fitzsimmons what he is doing to quarantine. and offer suggestions for what others can do as well.

Rogan acknowledges that he is lucky enough to have a well-equipped home gym. But believe that you can still exercise to the fullest with minimal equipment. “If you can get one thing The only piece of equipment I think you need is a slider,” he says. “One Kettlebell, you’ve changed your gym. Every day, you can do a lot of intense exercise.” Rogan says using a single 35-pound kettlebell, he can do “crazy cardio” with HIIT workouts he finds online. and crush the abdomen by lifting the legs on the chin bar

“Something else you can do with your weight,” he continues, stating his favorite weight-based exercise regimen. including Hindu push-ups Doggie pushups (also known as pushups and pushups) are part pushups and part yoga poses.

“You can also do regular push-ups, diamond push-ups, wall presses where you put your feet on the wall. You can do shoulder presses,” he says. “You can do crazy cardio exercises with just doing lunges, changing steps, doing hindu squats.” Another bodyweight movement. When doing the Hindu squat Lift your heels off the floor at the bottom of the pose and toward your paws. put your hands behind your back Then lift as you rise from position .

“You can do 100 sets,” Rogan says. “It’s so easy for the first 10, 15, 20… you hit 100 and your thighs are freaking hot. then you can build it Some wrestlers will do it every day, like 500 Hindu squats every morning, as part of their conditioning regimen.”

He recalled that one of the fittest competitors he had encountered during his time hosting Fear Factor proffered a very similar move. air squat: “It’s an exercise in your legs.”

That’s what Rogan does—what about you? If you’re having trouble finding a place to practice at home. We have resources to help you get moving. Check it out. Exercise at our home every day. (Streams at 12 p.m. EST on Instagram every week) and A list of the best options for exercising at home.. Want to start slow? try by giving our daily challenge past.

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