And just when you think you've seen it all, there's a woman using her sofa as an at-home leg press.
When it comes to your current fitness regime, you’re likely to fall into one of two distinct and extreme camps. Those whose only cardiovascular activity is vigorously reaching into the snack cupboard, and those who are seemingly taking this imposed downtime to get ‘prison ripped’.
Instagrammers confined indoors are getting real inventive, real quick: turning to everything from furniture to fiancés to keep their workouts interesting.
Case in point:
No boyfriend? No problem.
Turns out we can make do just fine with an at-home gym. My own roommate has taken to sprinting the stairs of the apartment building in intervals (like a true glutton for punishment), while other folks are utilising cans of beans as makeshift dumbbells.
It goes without saying that there are countless fitness modalities you can stream right now from the safe surroundings of your living room too, or maybe you were in the camp who had taken to solo outdoor running/hiking to stop cabin fever setting in.
As someone who has frequented the type of ’boutique’ New York City workout studios that infamously charge up to $40 for 45-minutes of sweating, I’m enjoying the opportunity to save a buck while trying to maintain some semblance of strength and fitness.
Here are tried-and-true broke girl 101 hacks learned over the years that are coming in pretty handy right now: