1) Use YouTube at your convenience
There are thousands of fitness gurus posting videos on YouTube. Channels like blogilates vary from beginner Pilates videos to ‘Intense Ab Mania’ workouts. All of which vary in length and can be watched from the comfort of your own home.
2) Look on Instagram
This may be a little contradictory considering my last post but, if you are an Instagram user, some accounts such as thebodycoach post short videos of a quick workout routine, which may be of use to you.
3) Download an app
With app stores constant expansions there are endless new health apps on the market. These vary from intense workouts such as the 7 Minute Workout Challenge to calorie counting apps such as myfitnesspal.
4) Buy weights from sites like eBay or Amazon
Sites hosting auctions or showing a variety of sellers give you options to purchase cheap weights for use in your own home. This means you don’t have to fork out for high street prices or take out a gym membership.
5) Have 10 minutes less in bed
If you’re an early bird like me, waking up 10 minutes earlier could mean that you have time for a short, brisk jog before starting your day.