Endurance and muscular strength are essential fitness components for optimal well-being and quality of life. However, not everyone can afford a gym membership or health club – which can run up to $100 per month. Once you add in other fees and consider travel time, some people end up discouraged instead of being inspired. If you’ve found yourself in this position, there’s an alternative! Make use of your living room or even your basement by turning it into your personal training facility. Obviously, your house does not have the expensive equipment that a gym does, but with enough investment and a creative mind, you can actually accomplish a great workout within the confines of your own home.

What You’ll Need:
Enough Space
To ensure freedom of movement, you’ll need an open space that allows you to avoid hazards like furniture or other objects. This may require rearranging that part of your home, but it’s well worth it.  Approximately 100 square feet (10 feet by 10 feet) ought to do the trick.
Effective Equipment
Invest in some dumbbells, resistance bands, and a stability ball. The majority of strength training workouts can be accomplished with these basic items. You can also add an adjustable bench for changing angles, which will help with your upper body workouts.

Determined Plan
It’s crucial to start resistance training with a plan. It must be a structured program with 8-10 exercises in order to target your body’s major muscle groups. It’s also wise to have a consultation with a local fitness expert in strength training. If you’re just a beginner, I highly recommend working with a fitness professional to ensure safety and maximize the effectiveness of your routine. They can provide you with expert advice and help you structure your strength training plan. Work on 1-3 sets with 8-12 repetitions for a minimum of twice per week. Always keep in mind that it’s important to perform warm-ups before you begin.