Why Home Workouts?
Maybe it’s the convenience, maybe it’s the cost efficiency, maybe you have another reason for making the choice of getting fit in your own home. Whatever it is, as long as you work against sufficient resistance, it doesn’t take a $5,000 fitness machine to get fitter, lose weight and make your muscles grow. More tips on that you will find in this article.
The home workouts outlined on here don’t need any bought equipment; if necessary you can improvise everything. For some in-depth tips about what equipment you need and how you can build your own, check this article. Also have a look at this video, which explains how you can use gas canisters and water bottles as weights when you later need more resistance to work against.
Gauge Your Fitness Level
A simple rule of thumb to determine how fit you are is the following: if you are able to do 30 consecutive push-ups and 7 consecutive pull-ups, both in good form and without cheating, you have left the beginner stage.
The Home Workout Routines
|Home Workout Plan For Beginners
|This routine is for those of you who haven’t yet worked out, eases you into it and doesn’t need equipment
|Home Workout Plan For Teenagers
|This plan is for teenagers who are at the beginning of puberty and looking for ahead start into the world of working out
|Home Workout Plan For Women
|In general, if you are a woman, you can train like men, but this plan may appeal a bit more to you, as it combines dynamic strength exercises with cardio
|Home Workout For Girls
|The same plan addressing young women, with some additional tips regarding toning
|Intermediate Home Workout Routine
|Those of you who manage 30 push-ups and 7 pull-ups have graduated to this routine
|Intermediate Home Workout Routine For Women
|This is a more advanced version of the women’s plan above
|Advanced Workout Routine
|A 4-day-split that challenges those who left the intermediate stage behind
|Advanced Workout Routine For Women
|A home workout plan for women who want high intensity
|Advanced Full Body Workout Routine
|A full body workout for experienced trainees looking for a break from their usual splits