Post # 46
I prefer working out at home or in the park. Noone looks at you, you feel free and comfortable. I started by doing just simple exercises, but now i feel it’s not enough. My wedding is coming and i MUST get fit. Wanna be the best on this day! And I’ve heard that trampolines help a lot with losing weight. I’ve ordered one from amazon. It was a bit difficult to make a choice, but I found a review on best rebounders (if you need – https://hikezone.org/top-7-best-rebounders-mini-trampolines/), so I could pick one for me. And I’m so exited about it! I guess, in some time I’ll make a whole gym at home 🙂
Post # 47
I went to a gym for years but it became kind of boring and routine. I didn’t trainers to liven things up, but these days I focus on walks with my dog and lots of Bar Method classes which I enjoy in a sort of masochistic way. But I think all skaters (or former skaters) must have some masochistic tendencies.
Post # 48
I’m an odd one out- I love going to a gym. I love the fact that it meant making time for myself. I really liked that it was away, a separate place, than work or home when I was feeling stressed. I’m also a bit fan of the machines and cardio equipment because I just feel like I get a better, more intense workout. Working out always felt/feels like my personal time, and listening to music while working out was a great escape.
I havent belonged to a gym since I moved from MO to TX (3 1/2 years), but I do work out at our complex gym. While very small, it has all the necessities and, best of all, is away from my apartment, so it’s still just my time.
Post # 49
I go to the gym multiple times a week. I feel like when I workout at home I end my workouts early and don’t work as hard.
As far as motivation at the gym goes: for lifting weights I listen to music and have a plan for what exercises and how many sets I’ll do. Then for cardio I watch a tv show on my phone.