Most people believe having a gym membership means achieving health goals will become easier.
This is not entirely true, especially since many people quit their gym memberships after only a couple months.
Working at home can be quite convenient because there is no cost involved.
You also not need to worry about transportation costs to the gym, and the time it takes to get to the gym and back.
Below are 10 ways you can workout at home for no cost at all.
Jamie Eason’s 12 Week Plan, along with many other free workout and exercise plans for moms, bodybuilders, and more. Bodybuilding is an awesome website anyone and everyone should use, no matter what your goal may be. You can learn to the educate yourself on different workouts and what muscles they target on the body. Free meal plans are also available, depending on your goal.
2. YouTube. Yoga With Adrienne, Blogilates, and plenty more.
I recently started Yoga With Adrienne’s 30-day plan and have learned a lot already. I am working on not only my body, but my mental clarity. My patience has increased and I enjoy the slow workouts that work on me mentally as well.
3. Use your library card and get access to countless workout DVD’s at your local library.
There are tons of workout programs you can partake in for no cost at all, all available at the library. I’ve learned that my library is stocking up on newer workout programs, but there are still some workout programs left from the 80’s.
4. Download free workout apps, such as Workout Trainer, 7 Minute Workout, and my personal favorite, Sworkit.
With Sworkit, you can customize and guide what you want to workout, and what kind of workout you want to do. If yoga is your thing, Sworkit has workouts you can customize to your wants and needs.
5. WorkoutBox is a site similar to Bodybuilding.
This site also has workouts that are custom to your wants and needs, and tells you how to do the exercise and how many reps, the difficulty, and so on. It’s entirely free as well.
6. Do a quick Pinterest search for free workout and meal plans.
Pinterest is amazing because you can get free and quick workout/meal plans very quickly, geared to your specific goals.
7. FitnessBlender is a site that is very specific to your wants in a workout.
You can find workouts that are in a specific time frame, level of difficulty, training type, and equipment needed. The option of choosing how many calories you want burned is also an option.
8. Borrow a library book from the health and fitness section of your library.
When I began my fitness journey, the library was my best friend and even helped educate me on so many different subjects in the health world.
9. Work on cleaning your home more often, or even make it a daily chore.
Cleaning burns many calories, as most of you might already know from vacuuming floors and cleaning bathtubs.
10. At home workout programs, such as 21 Day Fix or Insanity.
This option is not entirely free, but is at a very low cost for programs that include exercise and meal plans in the comfort of your own home.