Trainers Steve Cook and Erica Lugo of Biggest Loser revealed how to stay fit while just staying indoors and binge-watching your favorite TV shows.
As The Biggest Loser season comes to a close on Tuesday, March 31, Cook and Lugo told Us Weekly exclusively that there are actually a lot of exercises to do while you just sit and watch TV. The trainers also told viewers via Us on Monday, to use their commercial breaks wisely. They also added that the viewers do a different exercise and switch things up during each commercial break.
Celebrities including Kevin Hart, Ashley Graham, and Ashley Tisdale have been religiously doing at-home workouts amid the coronavirus pandemic, and together with the TV trainers, fans can very much boost their fitness goals as well.
Keep on reading to see for yourself what other essential tips and tricks the Biggest Loser trainers have in store for your fitness routines while just bingeing TV amid the coronavirus quarantine.
Stretch It Out
Cook and Lugo suggest TV viewers stretch while watching any show for “stretching burns calories too.”
Balance While Bingeing
The fitness specialists want fans to pay full attention to their core and balance. If you have a balance or workout ball handy, the duo suggested that you should sit on them instead of your couch. They also gave viewers another which is just as simple as watching an episode of your favorite show and that is standing up! According to the trainers, standing up will definitely burn more calories than just remaining stationary on the couch.
There are simple movement exercises that can be added into your viewing timeframe while just sitting on a ball or standing. The two experts explained to Us that shoulder rolls and marching in place is relatively an easy way to burn fuel.- Advertisement -
Revamping the TV Drinking Game
The fitness pros revealed that viewers can “revamp” the TV drinking game which normally involves taking a sip of a drink of your choice by making it exercise focused. They told Us that instead of taking a sip of alcohol each time something is said or happens on the show the viewers are watching, the viewers should do a jumping jack or a squat. The duo strongly suggests the viewers to make it fun with their family to see who does it first.