Thursday 5 August 2021

Try These Tools & Tips To Improve Your Home Work Out Regime


When you don’t fancy the gym there are plenty of ways that you can work out at home. Admittedly, it does take a little bit of self-disciple! To help you feel motivated, let’s explore some tools and tips to improve your workout regime.

Home workout tools

1 . Freeletics 

Looking for the perfect app to work out from home? Using Freeletics you can access personalized workouts to support your fitness regime. The app focuses on HIIT workouts and includes a digital personal trainer. Freeletics uses a holistic approach, focusing on both self-development and fitness. First, you can input your fitness preferences, your level, and your goals, from here, the AI personal trainer will put together an exercise plan.

With Freeletics there are 20 different training journeys to choose from. Each journey focuses on a different aspect of fitness. Whether you like weights, body weight exercises, or running, Freeletics can help you to create the perfect regime.

2. Open Fit

Using the OpenFit app, you can stream plenty of different classes, app users can choose from Pilates, Tabata, yoga, weightlifting, HIIT, running, and Barre. The app also helps you to create a nutrition program, and set fitness goals. There are lots of features to try including a fitness community, exercise challenges, and meal tracking.

With Open Fit you don’t need equipment, you can practice these workouts from home, using just your iphone. Fancy practicing kickboxing, stretch classes, or weights? With Open Fit you can try all these and more.

3. Alo Moves

Looking to practice yoga from home? Alo Moves provides thousands of fitness videos, including different yoga styles and mindfulness exercises. You can explore many different styles, including Kundalini, Restorative, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, or Hatha. The app also includes Barre, Pilates, Core Workouts, and HIIT Workouts.

Need a few mindfulness exercises to calm your mind? Here you can choose from breathwork, guided meditation, yoga Nidra, sound baths, and more. Alo Move allows you to search based on difficulty, style, or time frame. There are lots of benefits to using Alo Moves such as:

  • Expert instructors to inspire you.

  • New classes are added every day.

  • A supportive online fitness community.

  • You can track your progress.

4. Equinox+

Using the Equinox+ app you can stream classes in a variety of different styles. You can stream classes directly from Equinox, as well as Precision Run, PURE Yoga, and Headstrong. There are plenty of different classes to choose from, and you can set preferences based on your level and favorite activities.

Set challenges, collect badges and work towards your fitness goals. App users can sync Equinox with Apple Health, to view biometric and heart rate data.

5. 8fit

8fit is a top fitness app and digital personal trainer. The app offers short workouts, meal plans, and goal setting. The 8fit app focuses on non-equipment workouts, these workouts focus on using your own strength. All of the workouts are for 5-20 minutes, so you don’t need to set aside lots of time. Take advantage of all the benefits, including:

  • Customized diet plans and meals.

  • Which foods to avoid.

  • Take a fitness assessment to find our level.

  • A range of different options from HIIT to aerobics.

6. Seven

Want to make your fitness regime more fun? Then you need the 7 Minute Workout app. These workouts are based on HIIT training, you complete just 7 minutes per day, to build up your fitness levels over time. There are so many advantages of using Seven, such as:

  • You don’t need any equipment and can work out wherever you like.

  • The app allows you to compete with your friends.

  • Design your own workouts tailored to your needs.

  • Work with fun personal trainers, whether it’s the Cheerleader or the Drill Sergeant.

7. Big Fit Girl

The Big Fit Girl  is an  inclusive app, designed for anyone who feels a bit ‘intimidated by mainstream fitness.’ If you’re looking for a body-positive app, this is the resource that you need. There are plenty of workouts to choose from, whether you want high-intensity or chair workouts. Check out features like:

  • Try assisted chair workouts.

  • Workouts for beginners or intermediate.

  • Easy to use at home.

  • Access the VIP group on Facebook.

  • You can stream workouts when you’re offline.

8. Dance Body Live

If you’re looking for a dance workout from home, check out Dance Body Live. These workouts combine dance cardio and toning stretches, to provide the ultimate fitness experience. There’s a schedule of live classes, streamed from the DanceBody studios in NYC studios. Dancing for exercises has so many benefits, including:

  • A fun workout that’s accessible for many levels.

  • Dancing is a great activity to boost endorphins.

  • Choose from a range of styles, from disco to hip hop or salsa.

9 . Aaptiv 

Apativ provides workouts in many different categories, including race training, strength training, yoga, elliptical, and more. New classes are added each week and you can choose depending on your fitness level and interests. The app helps you to set fitness goals, and track your progress over time. There are plenty of HIIT training programs to help you build muscle, lose weight, and burn calories.

Home Work Out Tips

1 . Use everyday objects

When you’re working out from home, you don’t need lots of fancy equipment. There are plenty of unusual uses for everyday items! You can use everyday items to workout, including:

Backpacks: Fill your backpack with heavy items, you can use canned foods or books. Wear the backpack while performing lunges, pushups, or squats. As with any weight training exercise, you’ll need to be mindful of your limits.

Towels: Don’t have a yoga mat? You can just as easily use a towel in the meantime. Beach towels are particularly useful if you want to practice yoga outside.

2. The right space

To improve your home workout regime, you’ll need to create the right space. Remove the clutter and ensure that you have enough room to move. Ensure that the space is well ventilated and that you have your equipment close by. You don’t need to invest in equipment, (but some people prefer to). Whether it’s a treadmill, an exercise bike, or a rowing machine, choose whatever you feel will improve your workout.

3. Make a schedule 

To motivate yourself, it can be handy to create a schedule. Give yourself a designated time frame to work out, whether it’s daily, or weekly. When you’re creating a schedule, it’s important to be realistic. Don’t over-promise yourself. If you only have ten minutes to work out a day, that’s fine!

4. Set goals


It can be useful to set fitness goals, to help you progress. You might set weight loss goals, stamina goals, or training goals. Perhaps you’re looking to train for a marathon, or build up your endurance? Whatever your goals are, ensure they are clear and motivational. It can help to use an exercise journal. You can use an exercise journal to keep track of your progress and monitor your goals.

5. Remove distractions

When you’re working out from home it’s important to remove distractions. Turn off the TV, put your phone away, and find a quiet space. It’s easy to get distracted, which is why working out from home can be tough. Once you get into a routine, you’ll soon develop good habits.

With any luck, these simple tips and tools will help you to improve your home workout and keep fit. To improve your physical and mental health, a great workout routine is the key.

*This is a collaborative post*


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