Welcome to My Home Exercise Equipment

If you don’t have time to workout at a gym, but still want to workout, purchasing home exercise equipment would be a great alternative. Exercising at home is convenient because you can do it on your own time, anytime you like. No running out before or after work to get to the gym. A home gym saves you time and certainly money in the long run.

When selecting home exercise equipment you should first determine what your fitness goals are. A treadmill or stationary bike would be a good choice to improve your cardiovascular health. An inexpensive weight set would be good for building or toning your muscles. You can get very simple one unit machines that allow you to work all your muscles. These easy to store units offer the ability to do sit-ups, rowing activities and other cardiovascular activities. If you have some room in your house you can get stand alone units like stair climbers, elliptical machines and rowing machines. Weight machines are available too and offer two types, those that use actual weights and those that use resistance. It really is a personal preference as to what type of machine works for you.

Home exercise equipment doesn’t have to be expensive either. There’s equipment to suit every budget. Decide what workout you would like to do and proceed from there. Too many times people get overcome by the whole thing and buy equipment they use once and never use again. Try not to do this as it is a waste of money and will not motivate you to exercise. You want equipment that you will actually use.

Another benefit – you will save money over gym memberships. A good way to think about it is that you will spend about the same amount of money as an annual membership on your home exercise equipment. That is pretty significant. And as mentioned before, you have the luxury of being able to work out whenever you like and not having to work around the gym’s schedule. All of these are great arguments for a home gym, but staying healthy and in shape is the best incentive.

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🍑💪🏼 HIP DIPS ... what are they anyway? ✨ With so many requests on this Insta trending workout I thought I’d share my favourite hip dip exercises, what they actually are and whether it’s possible to get rid of them. 👌🏼 Complete 3-5 rounds for an extreme booty hip dip burn!!! 🔥. By @danalandgren
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• hip thrusts x 15 (squeeeze those glutes but be sure you’re not “over arching” your back, keep your core switched on with a neutral pelvis position) - DR friendly, not pregnancy friendly.
• side lunges x 30 alternating sides (sit back as far as you can, hinging slightly forward at the hips to activate your glutes) DR & pregnancy friendly.
• fire hydrants x 15 each side - NOT DR or pregnancy friendly.
• curtsy lunges x 15 each side (use a wall for balance so you can sit back into the lunge, hinging slightly forward at the hips to activate glutes) - DR & pregnancy friendly. .
• lying leg extension with crunch x 15 each side - DR friendly, NOT pregnancy friendly.
• sumo squats x 15 (squeeze those glutes! BABY BUM hehe) - DR & pregnancy friendly option is just a normal squat.
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💁🏽‍♀️ Now for some info ... by definition HIP DIPS are the inward depression along the side of your body, just below the hip bone. Completely NORMAL by the way ladies!! If your hip bone sits a tad higher than your femur (long legged girls this might be you??) you're more likely to notice them as fat and muscle will naturally want to cave inwards here. However, it is possible to target these areas, build up muscle and reduce the appearance of the “dip”. 🍑
🍑💪🏼 HIP DIPS ... what are they anyway? ✨ With so many requests on this Insta trending workout I thought I’d share my favourite hip dip exercises, what they actually are and whether it’s possible to get rid of them. 👌🏼 Complete 3-5 rounds for an extreme booty hip dip burn!!! 🔥. By @danalandgren . • hip thrusts x 15 (squeeeze those glutes but be sure you’re not “over arching” your back, keep your core switched on with a neutral pelvis position) - DR friendly, not pregnancy friendly. • side lunges x 30 alternating sides (sit back as far as you can, hinging slightly forward at the hips to activate your glutes) DR & pregnancy friendly. • fire hydrants x 15 each side - NOT DR or pregnancy friendly. • curtsy lunges x 15 each side (use a wall for balance so you can sit back into the lunge, hinging slightly forward at the hips to activate glutes) - DR & pregnancy friendly. . • lying leg extension with crunch x 15 each side - DR friendly, NOT pregnancy friendly. • sumo squats x 15 (squeeze those glutes! BABY BUM hehe) - DR & pregnancy friendly option is just a normal squat. . 💁🏽‍♀️ Now for some info ... by definition HIP DIPS are the inward depression along the side of your body, just below the hip bone. Completely NORMAL by the way ladies!! If your hip bone sits a tad higher than your femur (long legged girls this might be you??) you're more likely to notice them as fat and muscle will naturally want to cave inwards here. However, it is possible to target these areas, build up muscle and reduce the appearance of the “dip”. 🍑