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The biggest obstacle to exercise for most women is time. The second biggest obstacle is intimidation. If you’re intimidated by the idea of walking into a gym or you simply don’t have the time to do it, yet you’re ready for a change, then you’ll love this.
You can gather a set of fitness equipment so you can get a good workout for a small investment right at home (think about how quickly a monthly gym membership adds ups!). But even if you go to a gym regularly it’s always nice to have the convenience of home exercise to keep you consistent on your busiest days.
Here’s how to get started…
Treat this list as if the highest priorities are at the top. As you work your way down you’ll find the nice-to-have items…
- 3 pair of weights: light, medium, and heavy weights that allow you to fatigue at 10 or fewer, 15, and then up to 25 repetitions (great for weight loss and reshaping your body)
- A mat or a carpeted area
- A therapy ball – when you sit on it your hips should be slightly above your knees (like this)
- A kettle bell – find one that is at least twice the weight of your biggest dumbbells (and here’s how you’ll use it)
- A foam Roller (like the one you’ll see here or similar)
- Jump rope
- Boxing gloves