How to create your own at-home gym
It doesn't usually take to many excuses to convince yourself that you can't make it to the gym or fit that work out in, and when winter time comes around it only gets harder. The idea of getting up early or going out later in the day to face the cold on your way to the gym doesn't sound pleasant, so here is your solution, your very own mini gym at home! Of course, you don't want to go out and buy massive exercise machines but there is plenty of small equipment available that you can use to create your own at home workouts.
If you don't know where to start when it comes to buying equipment here is a list of items that will help you get the ball rolling:
- Kettle belles
- Resistance bands
- Exercise ball
- Aerobic step
- Jump rope
- Ab wheel
- Fittness mat
Here are some top picks for at home gym equipment that won't break your bank account.
Pictured above, clockwise from top left corner: Celcius Kettle Bells from Rebel Sport, Celsius Resistance Band Kit from Rebel Sport, Dumbell from Kmart, Nike Speed Rope from Stirling Sports, Double Wheel Exerciser from Kmart, Gym Ball from Kmart, Aerobic Stepper from Rebel Sport and Yoga Mat from Stirling Sport.
Got all the gear but no idea? To continue your new healthy lifestyle try out some new recipes or use a health magazine for inspiration. They are great for building motivation and making sure you get the most out of your workout and equipment.
Pictured above, clockwise from top left corner: Gaiam Quick Start Pilates kit from Rebel, Good Health Magazine from all supermarkets, Dr Libby's Real Food Chef from Whitcoulls, Lean in 15 by Joe Wicks from Whitcoulls, Food.Exercise.Sleep Inspiration Journal from Kikki K.