Both at home and the gym. At home I'll go for a run or do an exercise video. Sometimes I go outside on my porch and do stretching and take my small weights and do strength training.
Fitness Minutes: (82,214)
3,392 4/21/13 11:29 A
Fitness Minutes: (288)
20 4/21/13 10:36 A
I prefer to work out at home. I work in a hospital with a schedule that is all over the place. I use Jillian Michaels Body Revolution. It's 30 minutes a day 6 days a week. I hope at some point that the hospital will put a gym in, Lord knows there are a ton of us that need it!
Fitness Minutes: (4,277)
28 4/21/13 10:00 A
Both! The gym where I go to college is free, and I have plenty of fitness equipment/resources at home as well. I prefer to do my strength training at the gym though.
Fitness Minutes: (34,007)
1,215 4/21/13 8:28 A
I workout at home, go to Zumba at a community center and go to a bootcamp once a week. I'm in college so I have free gym access but I never go
Fitness Minutes: (12,976)
829 4/18/13 4:25 P
At home and walking outside. I find gym memberships to be a waste of money.
Fitness Minutes: (3,449)
310 4/18/13 4:15 P
Fitness Minutes: (4,491)
552 4/18/13 3:59 P
I do my cardio mostly at the gym: Treadmill, Elliptical, Stairstepper. I do my ST at home: ChaLEAN Extreme, or Jackie Warner. I also do cardio at home to maybe add an extra day: HIIT, Turbo Fire, TapoutXT, I have many DVD's to chose from to keep it fresh.
Fitness Minutes: (5,128)
681 4/18/13 3:47 P
I have a gym membership, and that's what I did through the winter. Now that it's nice outside I've barely used the gym - I run outside and do strength training (I only use body weight) after my runs, either outside or when I get home. I'm starting to consider canceling my gym membership.
Both. I run at home, very occassionally do ST at home, and go to the gym when the weather is bad to run and primarily for ST.
Interestingly enough, I joined the gym because I had no motivation to work out at home. Now I'm doing good if I get to the gym twice a week for my ST sessions. However, in order to get the ball rolling, I was at the gym 3 times a week for several months.
I do not have any fitness equipment at home other than my own body. So I run and walk outside and I do ST using my own body weight.
Fitness Minutes: (1,638)
69 4/18/13 12:45 P
I can't work out at home. I'm never motivated alone as I am around my peers in class. I wouldn't push myself as hard.
Fitness Minutes: (7,796)
85 4/18/13 12:26 P
I'm actually a mix of home, gym and work.
Home - If I work out at home, I'm generally walking around my neighborhood. From my house to the closest major road is exactly 5 miles. I love being outside and I love the fact that the community was built for walkers, joggers and bikers (sidewalk, trails, etc.). If I'm inside my house and I want to work out, I generally use my Xbox Kinect (Kinect Sports or Dance Central).
Work - When I'm at work, I do a lot of walking. I walk from the train station to my job (1.5 miles), walk during lunch (2.5 miles) and walk from my job back to the train station (1.5 miles). I work in downtown DC, so the area is very pedestrian friendly and there is always a lot to see (I work 2 blocks from the White House).
Gym - As much as I hate having a monthly bill for the gym, I am a member of LA Fitness. From my experience, I've never been able to lose a good amount of weight without doing some weight training. The gym is the only place I can go to get access to the weight training equipment (I'm not cluttering up my house with exercise equipment). Also I like the gym because of the elliptical trainers, it gives me a more intense cardio workout than walking and takes less time. The gym also gives me a place to exercise when the weather is bad or I feel like working out at night).
Edited by: MACSMOOTH at: 4/18/2013 (12:47)
Fitness Minutes: (55,450)
7,222 4/18/13 12:09 P
HOME. I have a bunch of different DVD's and mix them up each month. I have been doing this for the last 2 1/2 years.
I recently ended my YMCA membership since it is getting nice out in the hopes that I would just go outdoors. I am curious to know how many people work out at home and how many people work out at the gym and what activities you do? Thanks!
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