What if exercise could be easier? Hiding in the corners of your closets and deep within your drawers is a trove of toning tools waiting for your next workout. With a little creativity, common household items such as a pair of socks or a tennis ball can transform your exercise experience.
It’s natural to correlate fitness with needing to be in a gym setting. But it doesn’t require much to get the same results from the comfort and convenience of your home. You may not realize it, but you already have all the muscle building machinery necessary to fight stubborn fat, reveal muscle definition, and improve your overall health. And by making your home a personal gym, you will get back one of the most precious commodities there is: time.
Lacking time is the main cause of a missed workout. This is especially true during the holiday rush, which is only a few short weeks away. It’s for this reason that autumn is the perfect opportunity to fall into healthy habits. By establishing a strong fitness foundation now, you can coast through the pound-packing temptations such as plumping pumpkin-flavored fare.
You can save tons of time, energy, and money by implementing a household good as your new aerobic accessory. Gone are the days of needing to pack a duffle bag, schlep to the gym, and wipe down sweat-soaked equipment.
This week, you will begin with a tennis ball. If you do not have a tennis ball, a baseball or racquetball will work well, too. For best results, repeat this circuit three times. Aim to complete this workout three times throughout the week. Have a ball with your workout by making it effortless, effective, and time efficient.
Building balance is an essential aspect of physical strength. And still, many of us forget this fundamental fitness skill.
Who needs a pricey massage when you have a tension-taming tennis ball? By placing a firm ball at the right trigger points on your body, you can relieve muscle tightness immediately. Here’s how: