5 Awesome Workouts That Can Make You Fit

Dt. Rajni Sharma    30-08-2021 Consult

Well, there could be many reasons but if you are a generally fit and active person, listen to your body. Getting tired easily is an indication of low levels of stamina and it's time to start building it.

5 Superb Exercises To Do, To Gain Stamina:

1. Climb Stairs
Climbing stairs on a daily basis is the easiest way to obtain more power in the bones and muscles. This is due to the fact that steps are at an inclined angle, thereby causing the heart muscles to pump more oxygen to all parts of the body. Thus, opting for the stairway instead of taking the elevator helps in improving heart health and energy levels.

2. Jump Rope
This simple technique of using a skipping rope every day for just ten minutes fortifies the cardiac muscles and improves blood circulation. It also toughens the calf muscles in the legs, enabling the person to walk and run for longer distances. Not surprisingly, this childhood pastime has evolved today into a professional exercise regimen.

3. Water Workouts
Due to the buoyant force of water, the body feels lighter while taking a swim or playing a game of water polo with friends. Swimming and doing laps in the pool for two to three times a week vastly improves lung function, enabling one to breathe easily and also enhances the flexibility of muscles in the arms and legs.

4. Yoga And Meditation
Just as the physical body needs regular exercise to stay active and fit, so does the mind. The mental faculties of a person can be augmented by doing breathing exercises and yoga asanas or postures, which help one to concentrate better and improve memory. Also, meditating is key to improve mental stamina, as it heals all anxieties, providing more clarity and peace of mind.

5. High-Intensity Interval Training
The ultimate way to accrue more power in all muscle groups of the body - the upper torso, abdomen, hips, legs, and back, is to do some high-intensity exercises like Tabata training regularly. Start by doing simple push-ups, squats, and lunges and then gradually increase the difficulty of the workout routine, to strengthen cardiac muscles and boost endurance.