Saturday, February 13, 2016


Want to work out, but don't want to buy a bunch of equipment?  Or can't pay for a membership to a gym, or fitness place?  My husband and I have been wanting to get in better shape, but with me staying at home we needed to find a cost friendly way to do it.  However; we didn't want to just do your typical home workouts, so my husband found the book, The Idiot's Guide to High Intensity Interval Training at the library.  We liked it so much that we ended up buying our own copy.  You can buy it on

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It is filled with workouts that you can do at home, without equipment.  We do our workouts together now in our living room after the kids are in bed.  Another great thing, you can taylor the workouts to your schedule, only have 5 min, you can do just one round.  Have some more time then you can do a few!  This is great for us, because some nights it doesn't work to do a long workout.  

We did end up purchasing a couple yoga mats to do our workouts on along with the recovery streches.  But for only a one time purchase of about $35.00 we have been able to get more in shape, on our own time.

***Remember costs vary depending on location and store.  We paid around $35.00 when we bought our equipment, but that may not be what you pay, so make sure to do your own research.***

Like the idea of working out, but don't have the money to spend on another book and or some yoga mats?  Check out my friend Kelsey's blog post, she has a great way to work out without spending any money!

What's your workout routine?  How do you balance working out and spending money?  

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