Working out on a budget is harder than you think! Going on a run, or committing yourself to programmes like 30 day squat challenge seem like a good idea, but actually, you might not be working the areas you want to perfect.
So you look into a gym membership, and upon realising they are asking an arm and a leg every month, plus extra for sign up fees and then the classes you wanted to join aren’t even included so you have to pay extra for them anyway, you push that idea to the back burner.Working out at home can be made easier by purchasing a workout video, but when you have been doing the same DVD for a month and you’re bored or finding it too easy, you end up having to buy another, and another and another.
So how can you get the benefit of a proper workout, with the help and advice you need to target the areas you want to without having to fork out a load of money? Well, unless you are calling in some favours with a personal trainer, let me introduce you to my new little friend!
Fitness Blender is a neat little channel that has compiled hundreds of fitness videos for all different purposes. Their website offers you a function where you can find a workout based on the amount of calories you want to burn, the length of the video or even the part of the body you want to focus on and the difficulty.
The videos show the exercises clearly and talk you through how to perform each one properly and how this is helpful. They are also a bit of a boost and give you that little bit of extra motivation.
With so many videos to choose from, you won’t be stuck doing the same workout every day, you can mix and match as much as you like, or find your favourites and stick to them!
The Fitness Blender website also offers advice on how to create your own personal workout programme as well as healthy recipes and loads of other advice.
Want to know the best thing? It’s completely free! And you aren’t made to sign up to use the videos. If you do sign up, you can track your process and save your favourite videos, but they don’t make you sign up to view the content.
I really rate Fitness Blender, and have been using it to create my workouts for my Quest to the Perfect Beach Body challenges.
Why don’t you give it a go and let me know what you think?
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