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WorkOutGoddessNTrainingWorkOutGoddessNTraining Posts: 6Member Member Posts: 6Member Member
If anyone has any pointers or advice my ears are open. Im a mom of two fulltime with rarely time to get to gym so all my workout are in home which makes progress take longer. Any tips????


  • BoondockpatrolBoondockpatrol Posts: 6Member Member Posts: 6Member Member
    Start each day thinking today is "Day One" - Day one on the path toward your goal or day one on the path away from it. Good luck!
  • WorkOutGoddessNTrainingWorkOutGoddessNTraining Posts: 6Member Member Posts: 6Member Member
    Thanks will do !!
  • LyndaBSSLyndaBSS Posts: 2,974Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,974Member, Premium Member
    Welcome to the community! <3

    If you haven't already, read the stickies at the top of the getting started forum. Very informative and helpful.

    Good luck with your journey!
  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 389Member Member Posts: 389Member Member
    I work out completely from home. I have a basic weight bench , dumbbells , free weights and a Spin Bike. and good old Push ups and crunches and walking at a fast pace outside. I personally hate gyms..they are a hassle. as far as progress, I have lost 63 lbs since April myself, so if anything , progress has been great for me. Good luck
    edited August 12
  • Siege_TankSiege_Tank Posts: 769Member Member Posts: 769Member Member
    The biggest thing I have learned is to embrace that feeling of being hungry, and not fight it or count the minutes until you get to eat again, but try to see it as a positive, as a sign that you're burning fat and heading towards your goals!

    I work out from home too. My Barbell is my go-to for squats, deadlifts, weighted hip thrusts, bench and overhead presses. It's completely doable. Also, stretching is so underrated, it really does wonders! Good luck :)
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