5 Workouts You Can Do At Home Or in the Gym!
Hey there! Today I thought I’d share a few great strength training ideas in honor of my home gym coming together!
Yesterday Adam ordered a power cage (with pulley) . He got a great deal – it’s on sale for under $400 with free shipping! We also went to Dicks and got a barbell and weight set since it’s also currently on sale. If you’re looking, now seems like the time to buy!
Okay, now onto the workouts!
None of these require expensive gym equipment. If you have some dumbbells and a stability ball at home you’ll be all set! If you don’t have dumbbells you can pick up a set at any sporting goods store or even Target. If you need a stability ball you can find them almost anywhere too – this is the one I have. You can also do a lot of these without any equipment at all!
Can also be done with dumbbells or a plate.
Complete 30 reps of each exercise with a 30 second rest in between. Do 3-5 reps depending on comfort level.
- Kettlebell Swing
- Full Swing
- Squat > High Pull
- Single Arm Swing
Stability Ball Workout
Complete 30 reps (in each direction) with 20 seconds of rest. Do 3-5 reps depending on comfort level.
- Plank Rotations
- Fitball Jackknife
- Glute Raises
Bosu Ball Workout
Complete 1 minute of each exercise with a 20 second rest. Do 3-6 sets depending on comfort level.
- Bosu X-Climbers
- Bosu Hill Climbers
- Crossed Leg Ab Crunch
- Bosu Back Extension
Weighted Ball Workout
Can also be done with a kettlebell, dumbbell or any other weighted object.
Complete 40 seconds of each exercise, on each side, with a 20 second rest. Do 2-6 sets depending on comfort level.
Complete 20 seconds of each exercise followed by 10 seconds rest. Complete 8X or until exhaustion.
- Rotating Plank Dip
- Hallow Hold
- Single Leg Crunch
Complete 40 seconds of each exercise followed by a 15 second rest. Do 2-5 sets depending on comfort level.
- Walk Downs
- Shoulder > Plank Tap
- Rotating Side Planks
I hope you like these workouts and find them useful!
Do you like to makeup your own workout routines?
What’s your go-to website or blog for workout ideas?