Top 3 Ways to Get Fit at Home
It finally feels like the panorama may be coming to a close & gyms and studios are opening back up! If you're not comfortable heading back to a crowded studio just yet, or prefer to workout from home, I've rounded up my top 3 ways to get fit at home! The best part about these. is you're not locked into a long term contract and can try a bunch of different things until you find what works best for you. The best workout is the one that you enjoy the most and that looks different for everyone!
1. LIVE CLASSES!
You can register directly here, and you'll join me live on zoom! The benefits of joining me on zoom is that you'll get personalized feedback, form correction and accountability! You're more likely to show up for a virtual workout when it's an appointment & get better results by being on video.
If you have GymPass (check if your company covers benefits!) you can join me there & I get paid a small commission from GymPass. GymPass is kind of like ClassPass for corporations & gives you access to thousands of workouts & studios both in person and virtually all over the world (including mine!).
2. PERSONAL TRAINING SESSIONS
I know the world is getting back to normal after the panini but if you're not comfortable heading back to the gym or studio, prefer something more private or just want some 1:1 attention, virtual personal training sessions are the way to go! I offer hourly sessions & monthly packages, each session is customized to your comfort level, ability & equipment on hand!
3. DONATION BASED & FREE VIDEO WORKOUTS
If you're not in the position to invest in live classes right now, can't commit to a schedule or prefer to do it on your terms, I've posted some new workouts on my TikTok and YouTube channel. You can also sweat with me LIVE on the Salut App. Workouts on Salut are free to join (donations encouraged!) and replays are available. This is also a great way to get a feel for what my workouts are like and if we're a good fit to work together.
I've noticed workout equipment is getting easier to find, if you spot dumbbells on your next target run grab a set or invest in an adjustable set or suspension trainer! You don't need a lot to get in a good workout at home. My live classes require minimal or no equipment, but if you have the option I recommend investing in a few things for your home gym. I mainly use dumbbells, mini loop resistance bands, a 5 ft dumbbell ( little more home-friendly than the 7ft version!) and a collapsable bench. PS: I don't make a commission on the links.
You can also obviously go the Peloton, Tonal or other equipment based program route, but these tend to be a bit more of an investment and if you move often or aren't 100% committed to a spin bike they may not be the best option. Don't forget to factor in the monthly subscription to the cost, and it can add up over time!
VARIETY IS KEY!
I love having options when it comes to my workouts, and I regularly rotate through my Peloton, FightCamp, various studios on Salut and doing my own thing in my garage gym. Fitness gets to be fun, switch it up as needed to keep from getting bored!
My availability to work out is changing weekly so be sure to check the resources above often to see my latest workout schedule.