The New Year always brings new motivation to get healthier, but consistency often proves difficult as time passes. While you might have a true desire to do things differently this year, all our responsibilities with family, work, and at times lack of sleep can make it difficult. One way to help stay on track fitness wise is to decide to get a workout in even if you are unable to make it to the gym. Make the choice that something is better than nothing. A 20-minute home workout may not be as beneficial as 60-minutes in the gym in your mind, but at least it’s one small step closer to where you want to be and not a step backwards. I personally enjoy home workouts and have incorporated them into my lifestyle even though I spend most of my time in a big gym. It doesn’t matter if I am deep into muscle building or cutting for a fitness competition I always do a home workout habitually on the weekend and have for many years. This is a time for me to get creative and push the limits with minimal equipment. Here is a full body workout you can do anywhere and it only requires two dining room table chairs. I recommend using sturdy chairs and not the folding type. Do each of these exercises back-to-back without rest in circuit fashion for one set. Do 4 sets total and 15-20 reps for each movement. Rest 60 seconds between sets.
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