One question I get asked all the time is which dumbbells are best for at home workouts. The Powerblock and Bowflex adjustable dumbbells are the two premier products, and I have actually used both of them at one time or another in my garage gym, and in my basement for workouts. There are a few other products on the market with similar functionality, but these two are the most popular and most reliable products worth your investment.
Ever wonder what your genetic makeup means for your health? A lot of people use sites like 23AndMe, Ancestry DNA & Family Tree DNA to see where their family originated, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. DNA tests do so much more than tell you where you’re from. They can tell you, based on your genes, whether you and your children are predispositioned for certain types of diseases.
It’s not easy to cut the cord with big box gyms, expensive crossfit boxes, or boutique studios that don’t give you the freedom to craft your own workouts. Building a garage gym would allow us the freedom to eliminate the monthly costs of gym memberships, and customize the equipment we need to the workouts we enjoy. Many of us want to build our own garage gym, but either don’t know where to start, or are afraid the costs will be too great.
With T25 having exploded in popularity this past decade, it’s no wonder that it remains one of the most sought after at home exercise programs on the market. The 25 minute, no-break, no-nonsense HIIT workouts are great ways to shed pounds, build lean muscle, and get in the best shape of your life. It’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t have a lot of time to dedicate to exercise, but wants to get in phenomenal shape.
Before I got into many of the home workout programs I’ve reviewed on this site, I was a runner. I continue to be a runner even as I continue to do the programs like P90X3 and T25. I find that running is the perfect way to keep my cardio endurance up, and it helps with keeping up with the cardio and core work that is required from many of the at home workouts I do. I have been experimenting with running belts, and the Flipbelt and Spibelt are the two best products I’ve found to keep my hydrating and gels with me on my runs. While they both have redeeming qualities (I actually use both still), there are a few key differen
Finding a space to dedicate to your home gym can be difficult. Basements get used for storage and many times, the ceilings can be too low which limits your ability to have full range of motion for your workouts. Many people try to use their main living area for workouts, but find that they have to move equipment in and out, which leads to fewer and fewer workouts over time.