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Welcome to the second part of this series! Part one you can read about here. This was just the introduction to being more active with little steps I practice everyday, even if I am having a hard day physically, I always try to move around in some way.
Having physical limitations can make normal exercise almost impossible at times, and it can get very frustrating. Or perhaps you just haven’t exercised in so long, you can’t find the motivation to start.
That is where easy home workouts come in! I live out of town a little bit, and we don’t have any gyms around or options for classes. When my husband and I lived in California, we lived next to about five gyms, and I had hundreds of class options for anything I could think of. It was really nice and I must say, I miss it!
Texas is very spread out and not as hard core on fitness, so the last few years I have been playing around with different affordable home workout programs to see which I liked best, which ones were actually effective, and which ones I could do even with bad rheumatoid arthritis.
The AWESOME thing about these affordable home workout programs is they work even for healthy people that enjoy working out. They are great for everyone!
If you follow me on snapchat (alexisroch), you have probably seen a few snippets of these here and there. I try to do a few of these a week!