Reset Your Fitness Workout At Home
October is Health & Fitness Reset Month and today we want to share some ideas for you to workout at home.
There has never been a better time to consider workout at home if you don’t already do this. We believe that working out at home is the most convenient way to get your exercise done without the fuss of trying to get to a gym especially today.
Over the years we transitioned from going to a gym to train and began working out at home. Now we can not imagine going to a crowded, noisy gym to get a workout in.
Maybe you have decided that you want to workout at home. When we began training at home, we started with circuit training and High-Intensity Interval Training.
The challenge is, you may not know how to start and how to make the plan work for you. Here are a few at-home training tips for you to keep in mind. These can help you get started, stay on track, and enjoy the results of your workouts.
Create a No-Equipment Workouts
The first tip would be to start your at-home training with no equipment. This may sound odd however using your own body weight and your own body can help you greatly. It will allow you to get used to the training at home, the exercises and practice the proper form. No-equipment workouts can be super fun and effective. This is why we include them in our training plan.
Remember to have a warm-up before starting your work-out. A warm-up conditions and prepares the muscles for the more rigorous activities of your work-out plan. And your workout must end with a cool down, a moment wherein the muscles are given time to relax after a heavy work-out session.
Space your physical activities such that the body is used to a variety of physical activities, ranging from the simple to the more complex, from cardiovascular exercises to strength exercises. Two to three work-out sessions for a week is a good way to start.
As you progress in your activities, you can now increase the frequency or duration of your exercises.
Start off with Lower Intensity
Start off with a lower intensity workout plan. When I began to work out again after many years of health struggles this is exactly what I did. I started with a borrowed Tae Bow video and started where I was at that time. At first, it was about ten minutes of a thirty-minute workout. And each workout I would do just a little bit more. Sometimes it was only a few seconds more for that day. Over time I was able to do the whole video and then I added more as I got in better shape.
My idea was I wanted to WIN at my workouts and not feel frustrated or bad about what I was doing. As long as I was progressing it felt fantastic. And this is my tip for you. Get the WIN each time you exercise and keep progressing for the WINS as well as reaching your long term goals.
Keep to Shorter Workouts
When you are a beginner keep your workouts shorter at first. This goes hand in hand with lower intensity to start off with. Just keep your workouts to around 30 minutes. This allows you to get your circuit in and realize the WIN. It also will give you an idea of what you can do in a short amount of time if you need to change it up later and go for longer or shorter workouts due to work changes or lifestyle changes.
By keeping these tips in mind and working each one into your at-home training, you can come up with the best possible workout solution for your needs. You will also find it easier to increase the intensity of your workouts and adjust them as needed.
We know that getting started can be the biggest challenge, especially if working out is new for you. This was us many years ago. It does not have to be such a challenge and we recommend the Home Workout Revolution System. To help you get started we are giving away a FREE Turbulence Training 4-Week Bodyweight Training Program - Get Your Copy HERE
This is a complete program ranging in workouts for the complete beginner all the way to advance training. We use this as a part of our training program, and this is why we have the confidence to share it with you. You can find the details and our affiliate link here https://bit.ly/33mXrQl and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to let us know how we can help you.
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