Training at home?
A set of Resistance Tubes and a Suspension Trainer are two of the best bang-for-the-buck ways to get started. If you already own some weights and things, they're a great way to add some more options for a comprehensive training program.
A Bosu (or affordable knock-off) is another nice option to have on hand. Prices on weights have been ridiculous while commercial gyms have been closed, but under normal circumstances you could pick up some perfectly good gear that just needs a bit of a scrub for up to $2.50 per kg.
Let's have a chat about your budget, how much space you have to work with and so on, and together we can choose some good options to get you set up and ready to train effectively at home.
This Winter, it's an extra special re-launch season as we come out of the Social Distancing era, gyms reopen, and we get back to something a little closer to normal.
For that matter; hopefully a better version of normal, if we're smart!
For those considering training at home, check the video to the left of screen for my demonstration of how you can replicate a lot of the stuff we'd normally do in the gym, with some inexpensive gear at home.
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