Your kitchen is the busiest room in your home, for cooking, cleaning, and washing dishes. However, did you know you could use it to exercise your body? This video shows how to use kitchen counters and other kitchen equipment to keep fit.

Exercise has always been considered a luxury, something only those who can afford it can enjoy.

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However, with increasing obesity rates around the globe, our health experts now recognize the benefits of regular exercise. Regular exercise gives us more energy, reduces stress, and boosts mood. Using simple workouts in the kitchen, you too can burn fat, tone muscles, increase endurance and improve overall health.

It’s hard to get motivated to go to the gym or cook something healthy. Kitchen workouts are effortless, quick, and effective. They give you maximum benefits in a minimum amount of time. You don’t have to spend hours on the treadmill, lifting weights, or running on the streets. Squats are great for toning your thighs, butt, core, and legs. They stimulate blood flow throughout your body, improve digestion, and strengthen bones. Plus, squats don’t require equipment or much space. Other workouts you can do in the kitchen include press-ups and staircase exercises.