Working out at home

In collaboration with Fitness and Lifestyle Blogger Zanna Van Dijk

Meet Zanna Van Dijk

Zanna is a passionate blogger who is all about living your best life by looking after your body inside and out. Whether that is to eat a more plant based diet, getting outside in nature or introducing some fitness into your routine.
Check out Zanna’s at-home workout videos below, featuring some our favourite, most versatile ActivePlus products to help you get started on your fitness journey in the comfort of your own home.

Work your legs and build stability

An amazing exercise to target your hamstrings, glutes and the whole posterior chain using a swiss ball.

Challenge your core

Check out Zanna’s adaptations on the classic Dead Bug exercise to strengthen the entire core by using a swiss ball.

Want to strengthen your back and improve your posture?

Zanna shows us a simple workout that anyone can do at home using a resistance band to build strength and improve posture.

Lower body resistance

Targeting your quads, hamstrings and glutes, Zanna shows us an easy exercise that you can do at home using just a resistance band.

Let’s target that upper body

Check out this resistance band shoulder press exercise to strengthen those biceps and triceps.

 

Time to get moving!

We hope you find these exercises as challenging and fun as we did.

Zanna recommends including these into your weekly workout routine to see the best results for gaining strength, improving your posture and feeling good.

Let us know how you get on doing the exercises by tagging us on Instagram @axahealth.

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