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Stacey Roberts Flashes Abs And Shares Her "Lazy Day" Upper Body Workout

Here is the exact workout she does – and everything else you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 
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Stacey Roberts is a trainer and fitness influencer with over 828,00 followers on Instagram. She regularly shares her tips and tricks on how to look and feel great, all by doing workouts that don't involve ever having to leave your home. In a recent video, she demonstrates a "lazy day" upper body workout for those times you simply don't feel like working out. "Yes, you get to lie down but don't be fooled – you will build muscle with these exercises. Let's get strong! Targeting triceps, chest, and back," she writes in the caption. Here is the exact workout she does – and everything else you need to know about her lifestyle habits.

Here Is the Workout


Stacey recommends doing 10 to 12 reps of each exercise and repeating the circuit three times.

  1. Rotation press
  2. Pullover
  3. Skull crusher
  4. Narrow press
  5. Chest fly

Using "Equipment" Around the House

Young adult woman walking up the stairs with sun sport background.

No workout equipment, no problem, according to Roberts. She claims that "most people have items around the house that can be used to maximize [at-home workouts] and target different muscle group," she told Headlines Over Sidelines, suggesting "chairs, stools, benches, steps, counters… there are so many things." She says you can even use gallon jugs of water, cans of soup, or a container of laundry detergent.

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Workouts Aren't "One-Size-Fits-All"

Fitness workout at home. Healthy fit young woman doing triceps dips exercise in the living room.

Roberts reminds that workouts are not one-size-fits-all. "Look for workouts that offer options and modifications so you can make it work for you," she told Headlines Over Sidelines. "Finding ways to workout that you enjoy is key," she says. "Something you hate will never be sustainable."

Invest in Equipment Slowly

Different sports equipment and fitness ball in gym

While you don't have to splurge on expensive workout equipment, Roberts does recommend investing in a few items like resistance bands and dumbbells. "As you're able to invest in equipment, I think resistance bands are a great tool. I recommend a fabric with grips for the lower body, and latex for the upper body," she says, adding that "you can use them [resistance bands] in a variety of ways, and they are light and compact which makes them great to travel with." She also suggests buying a pair of dumbbells. "They can be pricey, but just add a set here and there where you can, to slowly build a collection."

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In one of her posts, Stacey reveals that she walks daily for a good reason. "Walking is easy on the joints and offers numerous benefits both physical and mental," she says, listing the benefit:

  • Improves cardiovascular health
  • Boosts mood and reduces stress
  • Increases energy levels
  • Can aid in weight loss
  • Strengthens muscles and bones
  • Enhances cognitive function and creativity
  • Lowers risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension

"When I made daily walks a priority I saw big changes in my physical and mental health," she concluded.

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Leah Groth
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