13 Jul How to Build Your Home Gym Workout Schedule
Successful online personal training means never skipping a beat. Read on to learn how to craft a home gym workout schedule that keeps you on track.
Most of us already know what Time Magazine revealed in January 2017: going to the gym can result in higher cardiorespiratory health, smaller waist sizes, and lower resting heart rates.
But we also know and are stressed out by the fact that the ideal gym workout schedule isn’t always our workout schedule.
These days, the options to make your workout work are plentiful enough to really get your heart pumping. Read on to find out how to make fitness fit you.
Your Gym Workout Schedule Can Be on Your Schedule
Personal trainers have heard every excuse in the book why people don’t get to the gym, buy training packages, or miss their sessions.
One of the biggest excuses people use for not getting fit is that fitness doesn’t fit their schedules.
Instead of trying to cram your fitness into a one-size-fits-none routine, enjoy the benefits of a gym workout schedule that truly works (out) with your schedule.
At Home and Online
One way to cut the excuses of not being able to get to the gym or that the gym’s hours don’t jive with yours?
Working out at home.
After all, your home’s workout potential is available around the clock.
There are so many ways to learn excellent workouts while you’re home and can follow along with a tablet, computer, or phone.
How about a lesson in foam rolling, sure to get the kinks out from sitting hunched over a computer all day or working on a hot, dusty construction site?
Or banish the stress away following an online squat routine.
You can even enjoy the benefits of personal training without the time crunch commitments by booking an online personal trainer.
The University of Arkansas reported that online personal training offers the following benefits:
- May be cheaper than in gym sessions
- Shy people or fitness newbies may feel more comfortable
- Time/scheduling benefits
- Opportunity to download lessons, podcasts, and other tools
Make sure that you choose an experienced, trained, credentialed professional for your sweat sessions.
It’s Called a Quickie
No, not that kind!
If you feel like you just cannot squeeze a single half-hour out of your day to devote to your gym workout schedule, could you give 10 minutes?
Harvard Medical School calls it the quickie workout, but you don’t need to be valedictorian to understand it.
It’s the theory of building your home gym workout schedule around what you can do and not stressing out about what you can’t.
Everyone’s got 10 minutes, right?
Consider squeezing in a 10-minute workout:
- When you’re waiting for the oven to warm up
- In between binge-watching the latest episodes of your show
- As you talk on the phone or are waiting for a text
- By doing walk-and-talk meetings at work
Of course, one ten-minute per day workout won’t turn you from flab to fab.
Incorporate a couple quickies a day for fit form results!
Drop the Weights, then Drop the Weight!
Do you feel like a dumbbell around dumbbells?
Don’t worry, that’s all about to change.
Click here to read what online training can do for you, then fill out our short, two-field form, to begin your journey.
We offer a free initial consultation and free metabolism report to everyone – we believe in making the playing field level. Just because you may not be able to fit your gym workout schedule into the “normal” facility hours doesn’t mean you should miss out on all the benefits physical fitness offers.
Contact us today and we’ll get you started!