Workouts to do at home – Part 1
Believe it or not, there are hundreds of workouts to do at home. Which is good news, since I know many of you out there struggle with finding time for exercise. The first objection to this idea, of course, is the one that you have to invest in a lot of fancy fitness equipment in order to create an ideal workout environment. This really isn’t true, and this workout is a great example. In fact, I’ve seen many fantastic and elaborate home gyms that have all the latest equipment but that ultimately get left unused or utilized for other things.
Here is the workout list:
1. Kettle Bell Squat with Side-Step – you can use anything heavy. It does not need to be a kettle bell.
2. Burpees – this is a burpee with a spiderman push-up. An advanced move. If you are a beginner. Try this instead.
3. Step-ups – this link will actually take you to an entirely different workout where step-ups are included.
Perform 15 repetitions of each, and then move to the next exercise. Keep going for 7-minutes straight. Check your heart rate along the way.
PS If you’re looking for creative ways to jump start your fitness program, I’m on NBC15 with Leigh Mills twice per month here in Madison WI. You can check the archives to this segment by clicking here.
PSS You might also consider my Fitness Nomad Kick-Start program. It has been incredibly popular over the years. You can find out more about this unique program by visiting www.NomadKickStart.com