How To Work Out At Home

Don’t let Coronavirus prevent you from staying active. There are lots of different things you can do in small spaces to help you stay fit and healthy. Even if you hate working out, we recommend getting in some movement each day to boost your mood and mental health during these trying times.

Zoom Workouts

Were you attending a gym previous to this? Talk to the staff and see if they’ve started any Zoom workouts. You can do workouts that they have planned in the comfort of your own home and interact with them through audio and a camera.


Abdominal Mat

Target your ab muscles while stabilizing your body with an affordable ab mat. In addition to using this for core exercises like sit-ups, leg lifts, and crunches, it can also be used for various yoga poses.

Power Guidance Abdominal Mat $29.95



Have some money to burn? Then maybe it’s time to think about bringing Peloton into your life. After purchasing the bike and paying a monthly membership fee, you can take spin classes right at home.

Peloton, $2,245 + $58/month



Mirror is another fancy option to consider. With this high-tech mirror/screen, you can do total-body workouts. There are over 70 weekly workouts like kickboxing and family fun to choose from.

The Mirror, $1,495 + $39/month



Don’t feel like shelling out moola on equipment? No problem. YouTube has tons of free videos to utilize, from Victoria’s Secret model workouts to prenatal workouts.

YouTube, Free

Joyce Huang
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