Pedaling a stationary bike provides an up-tempo aerobic workout. George Doyle/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Aerobic Exercises for Wheelchair Users 2 What Exercise Machine Is Best to Increase Lung Capacity? 3 Can Using a Stationary Bike Make You Lose Weight? 4 Activities That Slowly Increase the Heart Rate Hopping on a stationary bike at home or at the gym and pedaling while listening to your favorite tunes isn't just a way to forget about the stresses of your day.
When your budget is a concern, you'll find walking more affordable than a gym membership. Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Things to Do While Walking on a Treadmill 2 Cheap Places to Workout 3 Burn Calories When You Can't Work Out 4 Walking Vs. Going to the Gym When you've decided it's time to get in shape, getting started can prove to be difficult.
Home workouts can be effective, but you have to put in the maximum effort. George Doyle/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 The Target Heart Rate for a P90X Workout 2 What Is the Most Difficult P90x Workout? 3 Calories in a Kettlebell Workout vs. Running 4 1500 Calorie, Vegetarian Eating Plan If you pay attention to TV or online fitness ads, chances are you've heard about P90X.
Be sure to wear comfortable shoes when using a treadmill desk. Medioimages/Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Is a Treadmill Safe Inside the House? 2 What Are the Inherent Dangers of Using a Treadmill? 3 Can Walking on a Treadmill Cause Swollen Ankles? 4 What Is the Difference Between Stabilizer & Neutral Running Shoes?
Barbell curls target your biceps muscles. Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Brachioradialis Exercises 2 Can Pushups Really Tone Your Arms & Chest? 3 Exercises for Delts and Traps 4 What Is the Antagonist Muscle for a Standing Barbell Curl? If you're planning an upper-body workout, the chances are good that you've got curls, chin-ups or both on your list.
The calves act as secondary muscles when leg pressing. Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Should I Wait Until My Legs Aren't Sore Before I Run Again? 2 Does Running Make the Calves Bigger? 3 Should You Still Workout With Sore Calf Muscles? 4 Sore Calves From Running, Jogging and Exercise The leg press is a staple machine in gyms across the country, and many different variations of the machine exist -- from plate-loaded to horizontal, sled and lever leg presses.