January is in most years the month when people take their good New Year's resolutions most seriously. For this reason, more new customers sign up at a gym in January than any other month. The cliché is that most of these memberships are cancelled soon after, but there are enough who take their resolution seriously.
What do these people do, though, when the gyms are closed and they can't sign up at all? In the summer, they could move the sporting activity out into nature, but this is hardly possible when there is snow and black ice. So they have no choice but to look for alternatives within their own four walls.
Not everyone has the luxury of being able to set up a complete training room in the basement. The size of the apartment in particular makes it necessary to look for space-saving accessories that can be taken out and stowed away again for training purposes.
Here we would like to introduce a few products that combine compactness and effectiveness.
Dumbbells are handy. They hardly take up any space, but can be used for a large number of exercises. This dumbbell set even comes with instructions for the 20 best free dumbbell exercises for developing biceps, triceps and shoulder muscles. These instructions are illustrated in detail and explain the workout process in an understandable way.
There are many reasons why gymnastics exercises are better performed on an exercise mat than on a carpet. In addition, exercise mats are inexpensive and easy to store. If you like to watch a training video to visualize the exercises, you can simply set up the mat in the living room in front of the TV.
At first glance, the punching bag may take up too much space in many homes. However, there is a simple solution to this: after the workout, undo the carabiner and unhook the bag and stow it away. Of course, punching bags are not quite cheap, but this investment is worth it, because boxing is above all an effective workout for strength, conditioning and coordination!