Now Seems Like a Good Time to Review Some of the Best Ways to Work Out at Home
As we continue to grapple with a virus about which fact and fiction seem to flip-flop daily, the old adage “better safe than sorry” continually comes to mind. And while we have no plans to barricade our domiciles or step outside encased in a hermetically sealed hazmat suit, we wouldn’t blame anyone for opting to, say, work out at home rather than in a heavily trafficked gym.
While the best fitness facilities are taking admirable steps to safeguard against the spread of diabolical germs, home-based modalities appear primed for a bump. With that in mind, here’s a roundup of workouts, apps and equipment uniquely suited to domestic fitness fanatics, old and new.
Trying to do the shortest workout possible? Here's one to try.
This workout takes just 20 minutes, and can be done in any hotel room — or honestly any living room.
Countless apps strive to help make you fitter, stronger, leaner, looser and more relaxed than ever before. Here are our favorites.
Seven trainers share what gear they use to make up their ideal home gym.
If you're looking for one functional tool that'll work with every move you do, pick up a kettlebell today.
These expert-recommended weights will help you push yourself to the next level of fitness.
An interactive screen that acts as a mirror when not in use is one of the smartest workout tools we've seen.
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