Lunges – Lunges are a great way to work your legs and glutes. You can do them in the cargo space by stepping forward and lowering your body until your thigh is parallel to the ground.
Push-ups – Push-ups are a classic exercise that targets your chest, shoulders, and arms. You can do them against the wall of your cargo space.
Squats – Squats are another great leg exercise. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and lower your body as if you were sitting back into a chair.
Planks – Planks are an excellent core exercise. Hold yourself in a push-up position with your arms straight and your body in a straight line.
Sit-ups – Sit-ups are a classic abdominal exercise. Lie on your back with your knees bent and your hands behind your head. Lift your upper body towards your knees.
Dips – Dips are a great tricep exercise. Use the side of your cargo space to support your body as you lower and raise yourself.
Jumping jacks – Jumping jacks are a classic cardio exercise that gets your heart rate up.
Burpees – Burpees are a total body exercise that combines a squat, a push-up, and a jump.
Step-ups – Step-ups are a great leg exercise that you can do using a crate or box in your cargo space.
Box jumps – Box jumps are a plyometric exercise that works your legs and core. Use a crate or box in your cargo space to jump up and down.
Here’s a 15-minute daily workout plan for drivers:
- 10 lunges (each leg)
- 8 burpees
- 8 step-ups
- 8 dips
- 10 push-ups
- 10 squats
- 10 sit-ups
Remember to listen to your body and modify the exercises as needed to make them suitable for your fitness level. As you get stronger, you can increase the number of reps and sets, or add more challenging exercises to the mix.