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Your gym might be closed and finding workout equipment like dumbbells can be nearly impossible right now, but Dr. Jedidiah Ballard says this should not stop you from working out.
The ER doctor and fitness enthusiast joins The Doctors to share how you can safely and effectively workout from home using your own body weight as resistance. Jedidiah's 3 moves to do at home include:
The Burpee: This move can be combined with a pushup and a jumping jack to work your core.
The Mountain Climber: This starts as a burpee and adds in bringing your legs towards your chest and then ends with a jumping jack.
The Row: To work your biceps and back, use a backpack filled with books and raise the bag towards your chest.
Dr. Ian Smith notes if getting down on the floor it too hard, use the wall for a modified burpee. Check out more workout ideas on Jedidiah's Instagram page.