How to Work Out at Home

February 17, 2014 | By | Comments (3)

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If you don’t have the time, the money, or—let’s face it—the motivation, to get yourself to the gym, don’t sweat it. With nothing more than a stable Wi-Fi connection, it’s easy to get a full-body workout at home.

Marc D. Thompson, fitness trainer, personal coach, and owner of Virtufit.net is based in Florida, but trains people all over the world (he has clients as far away as India!) through Skype.

By hiring a virtual personal trainer, you can sneak in a quality workout (no matter where you are), avoid costly gym fees, and even participate in group sessions to help hold yourself accountable. If you’re concerned about your home’s lack of workout gear, don’t be: Most exercises require no equipment.

Though Skype doesn’t have a directory of personal trainers, a simple search on Bing will help you get started.

Still finding an excuse not to work out? See workout plans for every excuse.

COMMENTS

  1. Diana

    I love this post I recently put together my at home “gym” area and with site like fit sugar or downloads you can get a great at home work out!

    February 17, 2014 at 2:51 pm
  2. Bill bristow

    I have been working out with Marc Thompson via Skype for over six years. It works and at 60 years old my core is the strongest it has ever been. I strongly recommend giving it try!

    February 18, 2014 at 5:19 pm
  3. Russell

    I have been training with Elizabeth from Malibu Health and Fitness for some time now and when we can’t meet in person she does do skype work outs. She is amazing and all of her workouts are completely custom!

    March 3, 2014 at 6:00 pm

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