Top 6 At-Home Exercises for Moms

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As a mom, it can be difficult to find time to work out. With children to care for as well as work and home duties, there seems to be little to no time to exercise. You want to get in shape and stay healthy for your family, so what can you do? With the help of at-home exercises, you can carve out a little time in the mornings, during kid’s naptime or even in the evening to exercise and get fit. Check out a few options below to get started. 

Wall Squats

Perfect for the glutes and leg muscles, wall squats are pretty easy to do, and you can even do them while the kids play. Lean your back against a wall and sit like you are in a chair. Keep your legs at a 90-degree angle. Squat down for 30 seconds and then take a 30 second break. Do repetitions of this as you can and repeat the exercise three to four times a week. 


If you want to work your stomach muscles, schedule in crunches. Lie down on the floor on your back and place your hands on your chest with your knees bent. Raise your body and use your abs to do so, pressing your lower back into the floor. Continue this exercise 25 times and rest for 90 seconds then go again. Build up your stamina and watch as your abs tighten. 


This is a great exercise to build up arm muscles. Most people know how to do a push-up but never try to. Give this exercise a try. If you must do it from your knees, do so, then work your way up to being on your toes. Repeat 10 to 20 reps as you and build up every few weeks to more reps. 

Jumping Jacks

This exercise is a great way to get your heart pumping and the kids can join in too! Do a set of 10 to 20 in the beginning and rest for one minute, then continue with another set. Over time, your stamina will build, and you can do more of this exercise, helping to get in cardio. 


If you have access to workout equipment, walking and/or running is a great way to get a workout in. Fitness Expo residential workout equipment is ideal when trying to complete a workout from home. While the kids are still asleep in the mornings or resting during an afternoon nap, you can use the workout equipment to get quick cardio in. Even if it is just 30 minutes, you will be working out and begin to see a difference in your body over time. 

Step Exercises

Another great option that you can do utilizing areas of your home is step exercises. If you have steps in the home, be it outside or inside, you can work on step exercises. There are so many ways to do this, and simply stepping up and back down can work the muscles of your legs. Find a routine that works and complete it three to four times a week to see results. 

These are just a few examples of exercises you can do from home. Create a routine that works for you and stick to it. In no time, you will begin to see results and feel better inside and out! 

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