There are several types of exercises you can do to get fit and some of it saves you from the hassles of going to and paying for the gym. Of course with your very busy schedule, finding time to work out on the gym on a regular basis would further stress you out instead of getting you fit. Alas, there are simple types of exercises you could do without the idea of going into the gym. Plus, you won’t even have to spend a dime for it. All you need is your determination and the commitment to make it work. These types of exercises are very basic that’s why you don’t need the presence of an expert trainer to guide you every step of the way. You just need to learn about the basic principles of each of these exercises so that you will learn how to execute them properly for more effective results. You can do these exercises any time of the day whether you are inside the comforts of your home or even when you’re in your office space. Once you get the hang of the processes involved in doing any of these types of exercises, you will surely be able to achieve the fit physique that you have always been dreaming of. Below is the two best types of exercises you can do to get fit and why it is effective.

Isometric Exercise

This exercise probably is the less strenuous of all. You can do this while your at work. What’s great about isometric exercise is you can do it without breaking a sweat. Isometric exercise is basically a strength training that employs strong muscle contractions without stretching your muscles. It’s a static form of exercise. You can do it while sitting at your desk while talking to your clients on the phone. One example of isometric exercise is the “palm press” that is highly recommended to have that strong biceps and strong chests. All you have to do with the palm press is to strongly press both of your palms together, hold it for about 20-30 seconds, and release. Repeat the process all over again as plenty as you can.

Core Strength Exercise

This type of exercise is really great for the spine, the hips, and the legs. You can do this type of exercise  inside the comforts of your home. All you need is a floor mat to make you comfortable and a music player to keep you going. With the core strength exercise, your back pains could possibly go away and you will have a healthier spine and knee caps as well. The simplest example of core strength exercise is walking and jogging. Planking is also a great example of core strength exercise that will strengthen your back muscles and your back bone. Do this regularly for about two months at the very least and you will feel never feel your back pains again.