I am sure everyone has heard about home workouts.
This type of training suits nearly every people. Beginners, just about to start a training regime or those who don’t have time to go to a gym, so enabling you to work around your own schedule. Also those who are already fit as you can make as hard as you want.
First of all you have to set a goal why you’re doing this and what you want to achieve;
- Weight loss
- Muscle Gain
- Strength and conditioning
No particular goal? No problem. To keep moving is very beneficial for our health and mental strength. The recommended training for a healthy lifestyle, to keep our heart and vascular system going amongst many other things is 3 times a week of at least 30 minutes moderate exercise.
Don’t forget, that is recommended level. It doesn’t mean you can’t do more but If you are a beginner most probably it’s a good start. Later, of course once you get fitter, I would recommend to increase your time from 30 minutes or the number of sessions you exercise a week. Or maybe both. You will know when you need to listen to your body.
So once you’re focused and ready to take off……..oops…you’re not, unless you have a training program or you know what to do.
If you have one or know one, get started!
If you don’t, try to follow a personal trainer like myself or whoever you think suits your needs.
PROS OF HOME TRAINING
- No gym membership
- No equipment necessarily
- Flexible time
Also there are many trainers doing online personal training.
You should get most of the benefits of online training just as you would when your trainer is with you. It is also a good way for your trainer to see you so they can correct and motivate you if needed.
You can read more about online personal training here.
Getting a personal trainer’s advice is also highly recommended as they can tailor your individual goals so you are not just doing some random exercises.
Please check on my other blog about benefit of a personal trainer here.
So once everything is in place, you have your green light to start your journey.
Please click below for a 30 minutes full body home workout.