I work out at home through my whole life I've only been to a gym once are twice
Ya I love too doing in home and alone , good feeling.., just rock,no show off
I don't miss the gym at all. Yeah, equipment... Right... But I hated the whole situation. I'd rather stick to my "lame" wo's.
I only work out at home or the park where I take my kids from time to time. I'm sure I shouldn't be allowed to work out in public ^_^
I love the gym. Only problem I have is I'm self conscious about how I look. And when people stare at me, I become too nervous and give up. But there are days when no one is there and I work hard.
I only workout at home and outdoors.
The ONLY time I miss the gym is when there's a couple feet of snow on the ground and I really want to get a good walk in.
I workout at home , if i could afford gym i would go too. I want to get a pull up bar , barbell and dumbell set , ab wheel, new yoga mat . I want pulleys dunno if u can get them for home though . I have a gym ball and dumbells and a yoga mat that's it. At least in the gym you'd have everything there :)
Hey there :)
I do also work out at home on the one hand because I can rather feel free knowing nobody's watching me and on the other hand because I simply haven't got the time to go to the gym, since I am still in school and my timetable is sort of a mess
But anyway. If you feel like going to the gym for training or aren't quite sure where to work out, I think you should simply go and try ;) if you'll then find it unappealing, you can still stop and return to working out at home.
I miss the gym. Havent gone in a week. I do little home work outs here and there but nothing gets me pumped like the gym atmosphere of iron and energy and will power.
I really hate people watching while I twerk on the elliptical at the gym
Right now I work out only at home, unless you count walks around the park and such. I'm starting a couple of fitness classes next week, and I'm hoping that it will help me get over my gym phobia a bit being in a structured class setting rather than 'at sea' among all the confusing machines, and all the people who probably aren't watching me at all but I FEEL LIKE are all watching and judging me. The one class is only five weeks long, and I'm thinking after that's done I'll sign up for the Y - the local one has a beginner's area that sounds a bit less threatening.
My home workout area is nice, but very small. I've got a treadmill and am looking into a little folding exercise bike, and I've got a tv with chromecast in there that I can stream my workouts to from my phone. It would be nice to have more room and to have more equipment, though. It would also be AWESOME to finally get over that feeling like I'm back in high school being humiliated in phys ed.
The nice thing about working out at home, however: I can't weasel out of my workout by protesting that it's too cold/hot/rainy/snowy/etc to get up and go out to the gym. :)
Well, going out in a gym need time.yiu know a little preparation for dress and makeup.lol..so i workout at home in a closed room where nobody can see me.sometimes i try tough poses which i can'nt do properly but i keep trying so that i could reach a certain kinda flexibility.so i like doing Wos at home.
I do all of the above. I go to Upper Limits (indoor rock climbing gym in IL and MO) three days a week for ten hours plus another hour on yoga night, then come home for two or three hours of kickboxing, my three alternating days I'm at the park which has a decent track too.
I have been working out at the gym. For some reason it motivates me a little more to complete my workouts.
I always exercise at home. I found this app and an app called Sworkit very useful. Probably the two best there are out there, either the free or paid versions. You don't have to work out at a gym to get a good workout, to lose weight, and tone up. I tend to do pilates more than anything anyway. Guys are more into lifting weights. Women like yoga and pilates and dancing and stuff. I think that as a general rule, more men like to go to the gym while more women prefer working out at home.