What can limit you when you do your home workouts? Only your imagination!
1. Get A Board
If you want to do incline exercises and can’t get or don’t have room for a weightlifting bench, get a solid board.
It’s cheap, versatile and, I dare say, more solid than the cheap benches made with particle boards.
2. Take A Chair And Train Your Upper Chest
If you don’t want to set up a board, let alone a bench, train your upper chest with a chair and decline push-ups!
3. Grab A Large Towel
Hang a large towel from your pull-up bar or a solid beam, and you have a neat setup for suspended rows.
4. Make That Harder
When those become too easy, grab a backpack!
5. That Towel And Your Rear Delts
One little difference in how we use the towel gets us a nice rear delt exercise!
6. Train Your Abs By Brushing Your Teeth
All those muscles stabilizing your core – why not do something for them while you take care of your dental hygiene?
7. Two Old Belts Make One Nice Dip Belt
Did your dips and pull-ups become too easy when you do them with body weight only? Then grab those two old belts you never threw away!