Too Cold? 3 Tips To Get the Most Out of Home Workouts

Too cold to leave the house? Not everyone lives in Los Angeles, so you may need some tips for winter home workouts. We’ve got you covered! Here are 3 tips to get the most out of home workouts.


Winter is here, and with it, cold weather. When the icy rain or snow falls, even the most dedicated fitness enthusiasts may find their desire to leave the house a bit depleted. Since we all don’t live in sunny Southern California, we all need help with our home workouts.

Luckily, you can still meet your fitness goals from the cozy comfort of your living room. Hundreds of strength, cardio, and stretching exercises require no equipment and minimal space. These 3 tips will ensure you get the most out of home workouts, making them fun and vigorous.

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Before you begin, you must prepare. At-home workouts can become unproductive if you don’t prep your mind and your space for physical activity. Here are three essential tips for creating effective exercise habits without ever leaving the house, guaranteeing you get the most out of home workouts.


1. Choose the Right Space

Choose a location that makes sense for the kind of workout you hope to accomplish. Ideally, you’ll want a space at least 10 by 10 feet in size, but if that’s not an option, choose the largest piece of empty floor in your house. If you’ll be following workout videos, a living room with a T.V. might make the most sense. Men’s Journal also recommends a room with plenty of natural sunlight for greater energy and focus.

2. Keep It Clean and Clutter-Free

Keeping your workout space free of clutter will help you focus on your form, and not on the stack of papers that need shredding or the plant that needs watering. Your workout area should be as distraction-free as possible, ideally stocked with only your water bottle and a few other necessities. Also, aim to keep the area clean and sterile. If you’re like 5-10% of Americans, a dirty carpet might trigger pet dander allergies that turn your plank workout into a wheezy, runny-nosed waste of time.

3. Develop a Home Workout Plan

Prepare for your home workouts by developing a detailed, yet simple, workout plan. Develop a few different workouts that include a variety of bodyweight exercises that target single or multiple muscle groups. By planning workouts in advance, you’ll be more likely to complete them, and less likely to waste time trying to pick the next exercise mid-workout.

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Whether you’re working on a New Year’s Resolution or just trying to stay healthy this winter, at-home workouts can be a great way to squeeze fitness into your busy schedule. Use these tips to stay home, stay fit, and get the most out of home workouts.



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