Yes, it was fun training at some public gym with guys and girls who had the same goal as mine (which was to lose the flab and get in shape, it also helped me get more speed and power into my techinques). It was doing me good, and everything felt fine—I was able to shed a couple of pounds and I was enjoying the whole experience. But, boy did I quit after some time.
Well, I realized that fitness could also exist at home and not just in the gym. In the confines of your own home, you can also do workouts. I am obviously talking about home fitness. I’ve been doing it for some time now and I am absolutely in love with it. It just could not get any better.
How did it all start? I did some research. The fact is, I stumbled upon this home fitness article online and that was basically the beginning. It enlightened me about such thing, that I could actually transform a vacant space at home into my very own gym. Also, that I could bring my gym routines into my humble abode. I read about countless of personal home training experiences from people, and those kind of encouraged me to do it myself. Eventually, I did.
The next part was buying workout equipment. I admit, I enjoyed the purchasing so much. I was comparing prices from one store to another and I was also looking for deals online so I could get stuff that were of excellent quality but were priced less expensively. And, I was not even that kind of person before this home training hullabaloo. Ha! Anyways, I did not buy those things other people got. I got some that interest me most. I bought gym equipment suited for my preferences and the routines I wished to do. I also made sure that all those things could fit in that little area I decided to transform into my home gym.
The first thing I bought was a power rack, this enabled me to do pull up bar exercises to help build my back and arm muscles, once I had that I thought I may as well just go the whole way and get a complete home gym set.
After everything was set up, I already started training as I could wait no more. I did not even need to shell out some bucks for a personal trainer as there were gazillions of home fitness videos on YouTube that were so readily available. That site got excellent how-to stuff and it was pretty easy mimicking the routines. They would tell you to start from less demanding routines till you are comfortable enough to execute more complicated moves.
I have been into home training for months now, and I do not wish to quit this thing. I am more motivated than ever, and I am excited to continue with this as long as I am able. I am madly in love with it, all thanks to its convenience. I am happy with the results I have been getting. I am constantly losing excess weight, my muscles look more toned now. In my own unbiased opinion, I would prefer home training over regular trips to the gym. Why? Just because.