How to work out with items you have at home

Matt Nolan of Barry’s shows that getting a workout in during quarantine can be as easy as picking up a piece of fruit, a backpack or kitty litter.
2:33 | 07/31/20

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Do you hear the music? We're getting pumped up this morning with a workout that anyone can do since so many gyms across the country are still closed people are looking for ways to mix up those at home workouts and we have them for you with Matt Nolan from Barry's joining us with the very latest on that. Hey there. Hello, how are you? We are excited you're here and I think I have the first question. Unfortunately, I've lost my paper so what are you going to show us? Well organized machine here this morning. Yeah, Matt, if you can tell, so many have been working out at home and been getting so boring. I'll admit four months doing the sameout, push-ups and sit-ups. What else can you do to make it more interesting? So, what we're doing here, we want to make sure we're moving and find joy, want to find happiness. What better way than using things we got around the house, pineapples. Cat food, kitty litter and will use that. Is that a bag of kitty litter in your hand I'm looking at? I had to do a double take. It's a big one, yeah, nice and heavy. We want something heavy. For our first move we'll use our objects and start with our feet together, the push/press. Press and you push. It's just like doing a jumping jack. Get into your shoulders, legs, cardio, get your heart rate up and your breathing and sweating You're doing upper arms. What do you got for lower body. Not kitty litter I assume. We start with a quality and squat down and then we'll stand up and step back with our left leg and twist to our right, come back center then we do it again on the other side, getting into your legs and booty and, of course, that core stability as you twist and holding on to this kitty litter my arms are working too. No worry. Those look tough. So many doing these shirtless zoom calls. Wait, what, sorry. Speaking of abs and core, what would you recommend right now for abs and core? Our finisher move will be all about that so we'll hold our weight out to the side and get our left leg straight and drive in knee and you can do this slow. You can do this fast. Let's go, let's go quick, quick, reach out, pull, reach out pull, watch out for the ledge. Pull, pull, pull. Work the abs and your leg, get it all in one shot. I'd love to have that background when I'm working out. Might motivate me more. That looks amazing. No excuses, right. You can even grab the kitty liter. You got to find joy in our movement. Thanks for that. Time for our pet of the week

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