IN-HOME WORKOUTS

Achieve a healthy lifestyle right in the comfort of your own home.

With the events of 2020, we totally understand if you shifted your gym workouts to being in-home workouts. While working out at home is a safer alternative, maybe you don’t have all the equipment you need and perhaps you have questions and surprisingly YouTube just doesn’t have all the answers.

Revive Fitness is proud to announce that we have all the equipment you need to make your in-home workouts a complete success. When you request an in-home workout one of our personal trainers will come to your home with the exact equipment you need for a heart-pumping workout. Some of the equipment available includes:

  • Dumbbells

  • Bands

  • Ropes

  • Boxing Equipment
     

Plus, you’ll have the expertise of a personal trainer right in your living room coaching you through your workout session.

We’re ready to come to you to make sure you stick to your goals!

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If you’re interested in our in-home workout equipment, please contact us today!  

Easy In-Home Workouts You Can Do Anywhere

If you’re looking to mix up your in-home workout routine or perhaps you’re ready to shed some of the quarantine weight, here are some basic exercises you can do literally where in the comfort of your home.

  • Sit-Ups: We’re getting back to the basics, but nothing beats a good ol’ fashion si-up. If you’re starting out, try doing 20 at first and then work your way up to 50.  

  • Crunches: The close best friend of the sit-up, crunches dig deeper into the abdominal muscles. Again, shoot for 20 and then work your way up to 50.  

  • Squats: Make sure your back is straight and your feet are apart. Then drop that bottom to about your knees and push back up. See if you can do 20 squats, or two sets of 10. You’ll start to feel your heart picking up at this point! If you’re looking for a challenge, grab a kid and have them sit on your back while you do your squats.  

  • High Knees: This is another great exercise to get the heart going. Simply jog in place, but bring your knees up as high as you can. Do this for about one minute.  

  • Jumping Jacks: Another classic, yet effective exercise to really get your heart going. With each jump make sure your hands are above your head each time and do jumping jacks for one minute.  

  • Burpees: A love-hate exercise of many, this is where you move from a plank to a jump with your hands in the air and back down again. Here’s a video of how to do a good burpee!  

  • Push-ups: We couldn’t forget this classic. Nothing like a set of push ups to work out your upper body. Is your kid still around? Bring them back and have them sit on your back for some more resistance.
     

Before and after your in-home workout, it’s important that you stretch. Stretching before your workout gets your blood moving, improves your balance and posture, and gets you mentally prepared for the workout. And doing some stretches after the workout helps relieve your muscles from any tension and reduces any risk of injuries.  

 

Be sure to stretch your legs, arms, shoulders, back, and neck. Check out our videos about stretches and other in-home workouts by clicking here.