No Gym, No Weights, No Problem: How to Stay Fit While You Stay Home

No Gym, No Weights, No Problem: How to Stay Fit While You Stay Home

You’ve worked hard to stay in shape at home, but your looming backpacking trip, vacation, business trip. And now you’re freaking out because you’re not sure if you can travel and work out, and you’re worried you’ll lose all of your progress–and oh, the horror, what if there is no gym?!

Everything is going to be okay. Now we stay home relax and safe corona virus

It probably feels like you’ve got  problems right now, but I’ll tell you that not having a gym isn’t one of them. Because soon we will discuss a huge silver platter of options for you to work out while traveling that can fit a variety of fitness goals. If anything, you may find that changing up your home routine would actually benefit you. Just know that…

 

  • One-legged squats – 10 each side [warning: super-difficult, only attempt if you’re in good enough shape]
  • Bodyweight squats: 20 reps
  • Walking lunges: 20 reps (10 each leg)
  • Jump step-ups: 20 reps (10 each leg)
  • Pull-ups: 10 reps 
  • Dips (between bar stools): 10 reps
  • Chin-ups: 10 reps [or inverted bodyweight rows with underhand grip]
  • Push-ups: 10 reps
  • Plank: 30 seconds

 working out can be really difficult to balance.

The uncertainties of what’s available and charging into the new and foreign can really dump all over your workout routine

 

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The good news is

 it’s easy to get anything you lose all back once you resume regular exercising again. Because “muscle memory” and all that.

Still, it may not even need to come to that if you’re dedicated. 

 

Fitness Requires Routine,

A fitness routine works at home because you don’t have to think much of it. You know what you’ll wear to the gym, what’s available at your gym, or which running route to take for your run.