Easy Indoor Workouts for February

Are there any easy indoor workouts nurses can engage in this February? It is no secret that working out has several benefits for nurses and everyone else. This is why as a nurse, you should find time to engage in easy indoor workouts this February. We all know how busy nurses can be, especially at this time of the year, but there shouldn’t be any excuses preventing you from working out.

In this post, we will look at some easy indoor workouts for February that nurses can engage in.  Let’s begin.

Easy Indoor Workouts for February

While nurses know the benefits of working out, many times, we give excuses so that we don’t exercise. Sometimes, we say it’s because we don’t have time to visit the gym. At other times, we complain that our schedule at work doesn’t allow us to access proper exercise equipment. The good news is that there are easy indoor workouts that you can engage in at home or while on duty. Check out some of them below:

Chair squats

You need a stationary chair to carry out chair squats effectively

This is one of the easiest indoor workouts any nurse can engage in, especially on duty. All you need is a chair and you can get started with this exercise. To do chair squats, stand behind a stationary chair and ensure that your feet are about shoulder-width apart. While standing in this position, rest your hands on the back of the chair lightly. You can now squat until your knees bend, making a 90-degree angle then return to your standing position. Consider doing two sets of between 15 and 20 reps each.

Standing toe raises

You will also need a chair to engage in this easy indoor workout. Again, you should stand behind a stationary chair and have your feet separated about a shoulder’s width. Rest your hands on the chair back lightly and ensure that your knees are straight. Now, tighten both your abs and glut so that you can engage your core. Stand on your toes gently and slowly return to your regular standing position. Alternate between both standing positions and do two or three sets of 15 to 20 reps each.


You’ll also need a chair for this exercise. Take the same stance behind the chair as explained in the first two exercises. Rest your hand on the chair lightly and stand in an upright position. Now, alternate bringing one heel to your butt slowly after the other. Do two or three sets of 15 to 20 reps of this exercise.

Seated shoulder rolls

Here, you sit in a stationary chair while maintaining an upright posture. Now, roll your shoulders slowly forward between 15 and 20 times. After this, go in the reverse direction between 15 and 20 times too.


That’s it for our easy indoor workouts for nurses in February. Try them out and let us know how you did in the comments section. Meanwhile, read some other exciting articles on Natty Nurses today.

May 12, 2023

Natasha Osei

Passionate Nurse Practitioner | People person
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