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Tips for Trainer-Worthy Workouts at Home

Tips for Trainer-Worthy Workouts at Home

Ditching a pricey gym membership doesn’t mean sacrificing your fitness goals. Build a personalized workout studio and exercise from the comfort of your own home. Follow these tips and tricks to achieve a full-body workout without paying full price.

Cardio

Each gym session should begin with a warmup. Cardio is the perfect way to loosen up your muscles and prepare your body, so you can safely transition to weights and core training. Regardless of your starting point, you’ll end up at the same destination. Whether you run, walk, cycle, or stride, you’ll still be burning calories and increasing your heart rate. It’s always great to push yourself, but don’t get too crazy—this first one’s a warmup after all!

When shopping for treadmills, always make sure the model you choose will meet your workout needs. Our Bluetooth treadmill is perfect for all fitness levels. You can choose between 12 speeds and even adjust the track’s incline! Pair your phone to the treadmill through our app to customize your training regime and monitor your workout in real-time on the LCD display. After you’ve completed your cardio, simply fold the treadmill and wheel it away for convenient storage.

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Exercise Bike | Vertical ClimberApp Controlled Treadmill

Weight Training

Once you’re all warmed up, it’s time to move on to weights. While the order of your lifts may not seem important, any good trainer will instruct you to start working your large muscle groups first before moving on to smaller muscle groups. Doing so will help to prevent fatigue and allow you to keep pushing through the remainder of your workout at a safe and manageable pace.

For a full-body workout, train with kettlebells. Utilize this versatile equipment for squats, double-arm swings, and countless other weight-training exercises.

Tailor this workout to your own strength with our complete set. With 3 different weights to choose from, you can work your way up from 5 lbs. to 15 lbs. as you continue to progress.

After training with kettlebells, switch to weights that will pinpoint target muscles. Use an adjustable-weighted barbell for the remainder of your strength training. To maximize your workout’s potential, combine these barbells with our curl bench and isolate your biceps with preacher curls.

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55lb Curl Bar, 6 Plates | 55lb Curl Bar, 4 Plates | Curl Bench | Kettlebell Weights | 64lb Dumbbell Weights | 34lb Workout Bar

Core Strength

By now your body is more than warmed up, and you’ve probably already started to “feel the burn”—but think of this last exercise as the cherry on top of your workout. Before you begin, make sure your foundation is supported by a soft, yet firm, surface, such as traction foam tiles. These floor mats interlock to custom-fit any room and are waterproof & shock absorbent to provide you the most comfortable support.

Core training is crucial for developing and building abdominal muscles to serve as a foundation for overall fitness. With a balance trainer ball you can focus specifically on your inner core AND outer core. Optimize your workout with the included resistance bands, or flip the core trainer to work on curls, planks, and more!

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Puzzle Mat | Balance Trainer Ball - Pink | Balance Trainer Ball - Blue

 

It’s always recommended to repeat your routine and complete multiple reps, but if you’re not quite there yet, it’s okay. Keep pushing yourself further each day and in time you will see the results you desire. For more home gym essentials, check out the rest of our fitness collection here!


1 Comments
  • Ken Chochol

    Do you have a workout manual for the balance ball showing ways to use it?
    Thanks

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