In this week’s episode we are diving into a great discussion with Meredith about working out in smaller spaces either in your own home or while traveling.
Staying motivated to exercise can come in many places, shapes and forms. Whether we are at home in our “home gyms” or traveling and find ourselves in a hotel room. Getting a little exercise in no matter where we are can keep us motivated and give us the confidence to know that we can still stay healthy no matter where we are.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
1). Why it’s important to know that you don’t need a lot of space to get a good workout in and Meredith’s thoughts on why this is important to keep in mind.
2). Some of examples of equipment to consider having in your workout space that don’t take up a lot of room and doesn’t cost much.
3). How you can use everyday household items as workout equipment and why you don’t have to go out and buy expensive equipment.
4). Some of the pros and cons that going to a gym offers and how that can also be translated into workouts in your home.
5). Why it’s important to keep the area you workout in uncluttered and the concerns about exercising on certain types of areas rugs that can cause falls or trips.
6). Some examples of the different kind of chairs you can use for seated exercises that provide the best stability and reliability.
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Senior Fitness with Meredith is a podcast covering a wide range of health topics for seniors with enriching episodes dedicated to physical and mental wellness, nutrition, positive spirits, and motivation for leading a healthy and active lifestyle.
Meredith Chen is an AFAA-certified personal and group fitness trainer and the host of the popular YouTube channel, Senior Fitness with Meredith. She has been training for over 15 years, has been endorsed by healthcare professionals and physical therapists, and has shadowed top industry experts to continuously create the best and safest content for her viewers and participants.
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