Is training at home not fun and challenging enough, or are you not doing it because you think you can’t make any progress with training at home? You can most definitely make progress IF you are willing to work hard and push yourself.
For many people, training at home is a lot less fun than working out at the gym, but what is the alternative at this time? Gyms are not open at this moment. In addition, a positive you can take away from this situation is how much progress you can achieve during this time, now that you have MORE time to exercise.
It’s really empowering being able to use this time you have to the fullest, especially in a time like this where we are indoors and at home most of the time, there are a lot of opportunities to develop yourself, in all areas. You can use this as an opportunity to get better coming out of isolation. We can all do what we need to do now, workout at home, stay active, create results and thank yourself later for not losing progress when you can train at your favourite gym again.
It all starts with the way you think, also known as your inner stance or mindset. If you look at home training as ineffective, it becomes really difficult to actually train effectively. One tip is to make a weekly and/or daily schedule and write down a routine that you will follow before you start training, just like you may have done when gyms were still open.