Exercise is Medicine Series - Exercising at Home

“Being physically active is one of the most important actions that people of all ages can take to improve their health.”
Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. 2nd Edition, 2018
US Department of Health and Human Services

According to the guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO), it is recommended to adults to do the amount of exercises per week as follows:
            1. 150 minutes (2 hours 30 mins) - 300 minutes (5 hours) of moderate-intensity exercise; or
            2. 75 minutes (1 hour 15 mins) - 150 minutes (2 hours 30 mins) of moderate-vigorous exercises; or
            3. An equivalent combination of both moderate-/vigorous- exercises

As we are spending more time at home and not being able to do sports or group exercises during anti-epidemic period, why don’t you try our exercises/workouts suggested below at the student residence or at home.

Let’s workout at home and keep our body fit and strong!!!

Yoga for All Series

- Yoga Poses for Relaxation

Reclined Bound Angle Pose
Legs Up the Wall
Child's Pose
Crocodile Pose
Corpse Pose

- Yoga Poses for Stretching

Cat and Cow Pose
Downward Facing Dog
Butterfly Pose
Seated Forward Bend
Spinal Twist

- Yoga Poses for Strengthening

Modified Boat Pose
Plank Pose
Cobra Pose
Warrior II

Yoga for All Series 2.0


- 9 Clips to further enhance Muscle Strengthening

Balancing Chair Pose
Bird Dog Exercise
Bridge March
Leg Lift with Hip Raise
Marching Plank
Side Plank
Up and Down Plank

Stretching and Relaxation Series

~ Tai Chi Basic Movement and Relaxation Exercise ~
Simplified Tai Chi in Place

Moderate Intensity Workout Series

General Exercise

Moderate to Vigorous Intensity Workout Series

Cardio-Respiratory Fitness Enhancement
Strengthening Exercise: Lower Body
Strengthening Exercise: Upper Body & Arms
Core Strengthening