3 great home exercises that will increase your strength

If you don’t like going to gyms but love getting fit, these 3 excellent home workouts are just the ticket.


I don’t like going to gyms. a period. I don’t like the hassle of actually having to go somewhere to work out, and I don’t like the super competitive atmosphere of gyms. I’m not fond of using gym equipment that others have just left behind with sweat stains, nor am I impatient with having to wait to do my workouts because someone else gets in the way.


Most of all, what I don’t like about gyms is the lack of privacy. Now, this is completely subjective, but I find that I do the exercises better when I do it in the privacy of my own home, with a well-designed plan and I will finish it at the required time and get back to my daily life.

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These days it is very easy to do your exercises at home, without having to worry about not having a trainer. There are many great trainers on You Tube, and you can easily make a routine for yourself, based on expert advice. I recommend consulting a trainer now and then to make sure you’re on the right track, but in my case, I’ve found that even that isn’t entirely necessary.

Fitness takes many forms. Well let me put it this way, what we often call physical fitness is the combination of three important things: strength, endurance and mobility. A good workout breakdown (order of training days and training forms) focuses on the three aspects that keep you fit. So, I thought I’d get three excellent exercises on You Tube that will help you do the strength part.

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Daily strength training with body weight:Let’s start with the easiest and most basic form of strength training: the bodyweight exercise. For this, you do not need any weights or other equipment. And as far as bodyweight exercises are concerned, the Tone and Tighten workout detailed isn’t too challenging. But it is certainly very effective, especially when it comes to improving your functional fitness.

Dumbbell full body exercise:As an at-home exercise fanatic, let me tell you, dumbbells are your best friend. For most types of exercises, all you need are two sets of dumbbells, one lighter set, and one set heavier. The sky’s the limit, when it comes to the quality of training you can achieve with even a pair of dumbbells. If you have to, head over to this excellent total-body strength workout from trainer Heather Robertson.

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Organized home workout plan: This is one of my favorite fitness YouTube channels: Athlean-X, run by Jeff Cavaliere. When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, in March 2020, fitness enthusiasts around the world found themselves scratching their heads as they didn’t have a gym to go to. So Cavalier created the ultimate week-long workout plan that took into account each of the three aspects of physical fitness. This great home workout split remains a great choice.

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