Exercise: Couch dips
Situation: In the sofa
Exercises: Upper arms
Find a commercial break and jump down from that comfy sofa you are chilling in and get your workout on. Couch dips are really easy to do and in just 60 seconds you will have done quite a few reps.
With your knuckles facing our grab hold of the edge of the couch. Do the dips as deep as you can without touching the floor. Repeat as many times as you can and preferably do a couple of sets before crawling back up in the couch again.
Exercise: The sink pull
Situation: In the kithchen
If you have 30 seconds to spare when waiting for water to boil or the micro to finish, then you can use them to stretch your back.
With you right hand, grab hold of the edge of your kitchen top where the sink is and extend your right leg back. Pull the sink towards you and you will feel a great back stretch on your right side. Hold the stretch for about 10 seconds and repeat a couple of times, then switch side.
Exercise: Kitchen dips
Situation: In the kitchen
Exercises: Upper arms and back
If you find yourself in the kitchen waiting for something to finish, why not use that waiting time for a little workout? This one requires a kitchen with a corner.
Grab hold of the kitchen top and lift your feet from the ground. Do the dips as deep as you can, preferably to the point where your upper arms are parallel to the floor. It’s quite heavy and if you don’t have enough upper arm strength you can make it a bit easier by lightly resting your feet on the floor.