If you have your modest equipment set up or a full-blown
exercise room but don’t know where to start here are a few
- It is wise to consult a doctor to get the all clear and
advice on healthy eating
- Buy good quality reading material and read lots of it to
see the common threads
- Buy exercise DVD’s to get you into a routine and teach
you important technique
- Try to set aside the same time for daily exercise to help
make it a natural part of your life
- Start out with routines you enjoy
- Keep it simple, if you go too hard it will discourage
- Try and make it a group project with friends for fun
- Always make sure you warm up and cool down, as well as
Home gyms are a very non-threatening way to work on
fitness. Lack of experience can cause injury.
The possibility of losing your drive and enthusiasm is also
a distinct possibility. It would be a shame to spend the
time and money setting up to have silly mistakes ruin it.
The internet is rife with programs you can buy to get fit
overnight. If it seems too good to be true, it is.
Long term fitness means lifestyle change, and your home gym
is a wonderful start. Make the time to learn good habits
and your home gym will be a wonderful addition to your
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