Strength training gets a bad reputation. We often think it has to be this lengthy, intense process that takes hours to complete. That’s not the case at all – just a few minutes can have an impact! We also associate resistance training with the gym, but you can easily do a full-body workout from home.
I’m including a workout that you can do with minimal equipment. Grab a set of dumbbells, and you are good to go. If you have a variety of weights available, you will be able to challenge your body a little more. However, if you don’t have anything more than a set of dumbbells, this workout can still be impactful. (Slow your motions down to make the most of your weights.)
If you need wrist, knee, lower back or shoulder modifications, comment below. All workouts can be modified! Also, if you are interested in starting a resistance training program, but you need a little more instruction, check out my beginner’s strength training package. I work with individuals to teach form and create customized strength training workouts.
10 One-Arm Dumbbell Rows (per side)
10 Glute Bridges with Dumbbell
20 Walking Lunges with Dumbbells (10 per leg)
10 Lying Dumbbell Flys (on ground or bench)
10 Dumbbell Bicep Curls
10 Single-leg Bridges (per leg)
30-sec. Wall Sit (If you have bad knees, use a swiss ball.)