Fitness can become boring if you continue to do the same exercises and workout plans all the time. While personal coaches have creative workshops in which they will create new ways for their clients to stay motivated, imagine how hard it is for someone who is working out on their own at home, to remain engaged, challenged, and motivated to stay fit?
This is why I wanted to share these ideas; to show you different ways of staying fit without having to do more push-ups, sit-ups, and step-ups.
Golf is a great sport to help you wind down, but also to work on your upper back and arm muscles. Women don’t have the same muscle mass as men, so working out with dumbbells can often seem harder than it’s worth. But if you’re having fun while working out your upper body, you’re more likely to push through that pain and fatigue.
The first thing you need to choose is one of the best women’s golf clubs. Take a look at the review on the types of clubs and see which one is best for you. Women’s golf clubs are lighter than men’s and they are also shorter and thinner. This makes them more manageable and also more affordable. The right club will help to develop your lats, shoulders, biceps, triceps, traps, and mid-back muscles too.
Online Workout Club
As many of us are in our homes right now, working out on our own has, unfortunately, become the norm. Part of what makes fitness fun is being together with your friends or like-minded people. Online workout clubs are an amazing new trend that gives the opportunity for anyone to workout with people that may be local or international. Just like any normal gym, there will be a range of classes for you to join. There will be a coach that teaches the classes. On the screen, everybody participating will have their cameras on.
Zoom workout sessions have been a brilliant success. You meet people who are all on the same fitness journey as you are, and everyone swaps tips and asks questions on how they could improve. It’s much better than doing your sets and reps alone in your living room.
Mimicking Movements with Sport
Some of the exercises we do are for specific sports. For example, here are some sports that use specific movements that we often consider as part of our workouts.
Rowing: the rowing machine in any gym is very popular. It works out your legs, core, arms, back and forearms. Why not just take up boating or rowing, anyway? See if there is a local sprint rowing club that is near you and how you can join.
Hill hiking: climbing machines are often seen in gyms, particularly near the treadmill. It gives your calves and quads a great workout. So, why not just join a local hill hiking club instead? It’s the real thing, you get fresh air, and are blessed with great views of the rural parts you never get to see.
To stay fit, you need to stay creative. Which one of these ideas are you most likely to try? Let us know how you get on if you do!