I would like a workout that I can do at home, which program should I use?
Posted by Levi Hensley, Last modified by Levi Hensley on 19 December 2015 08:33 PM
If I want a workout I can do at home, what program should I use?
The good news is that today there are many ways to get a complete workout from the comfort of your own home. As more people are looking for alternatives to having to join a Gym and leave their home to get the exercise they need, new methods have been created to accomplish this.
Many people are using stretching or bodyweight programs or cable systems at home. These are great choices for a "home Gym" but you still need a system to follow in order to get the best results.
While none of our programs are strictly “bodyweight training” systems, quite a few of our exercises can be done at home with dumbbells and a weight bench. This is one of the best options for many because of the low cost and the versatility that you have.
Adding weights (even lighter weights) to your exercise routine will greatly increase your results. You can work your way up to this and go slow with the weight progression. Everyone is starting at different physical conditions so you must do what works for your current situation.
We have had questions from client who are worried about getting "bulky" or gaining "too much" muscle. We assure them that there is nothing to worry about. If you use weights property, having lean, toned muscles is a key factor to having a body that’s in a “fat burning environment” 24/7.
So for this situation we would highly recommend our 4 Cycle Solution program with the optional exercise component. This program will give you the 8-week nutrition and exercise information necessary to build life-long, fat-burning habits.
You can check it out here: 4 Cycle Fat Loss Solution
While this program is in our opinion the best fit for these requirements, if you prefer to compare out programs yourself here are the other two options you would have: