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How to Make Working Out at Home Fun


Even though many people opt for working out at the gym or doing sports, no one says you can’t just workout at home. It’s far more convenient, time manageable, and let’s face it, cheaper. But working out at home can get boring rather quickly if you don’t spice it up. After all, it’s a familiar environment with only yourself as company. So make the most of your workout at home to keep it interesting, exciting, and help you to stay consistent. When you create fun workout routines, there’s no room for thoughts such as “I’ll just do it tomorrow.” Here are ways to create a workout at home that you’ll stick to.

1. Find the Program that Fits You

First thing’s first, choose the right workout regime. What works for someone else may not work for you, and that’s okay. There are a lot of options to choose from, so make sure you do your research. Once you figure out what you like best, you’ll have the right motivation to keep going.

The right regime has a lot of impact on your mood and will keep you striving forward. The reason it has this impact is that it’s a personal program designed only for you. That means that you’ll be able to ace it in no time.

2. Working Out at Home: Music is Essential

Never forget the music. It has the biggest effect on your mood and energy while working out. Choosing upbeat and happy music will give you more energy while exercising and will push you through the hardest exercises.

You can even come up with a special workout playlist. Make a collection of songs that you can’t sit still while listening to them. Choose something that makes you want to dance. It’s even helpful to think of your exercises as part of the choreography. That way, you forget you’re working out and have a blast instead.

A workout at home doesn't have to be boring


3. Get the Right Equipment for Working Out at Home

To do a proper and fun workout at home, you need more than just your body. Equipment is an essential part of any workout, regardless of the place where you do it. The type of equipment you need depends on your goals. Though, there are a few useful and necessary pieces of equipment for every woman working out at home.

First, there’s the squat box, which is a great option usable in different ways. It’s highly adjustable and allows you to do more advanced exercises, regardless of not having heavy gym machinery at home. Next, if you’re working on building up strength, get some resistance bands to help you along the way. Finally, no equipment kit is complete without a proper mat. It’s the thing you’ll probably use most often while exercising.

4. Don’t Do it Alone

Just because you’re working out at home, doesn’t mean you need to do it alone. You could always ask a friend to join you for fun workout routines. That way, both of you have company and support by your side. It’s helpful to have the same skill level as your friend, so both of you can grow together.

Having company means always having someone to talk to about exercising, as well as having someone to motivate you to keep moving forward. Of course, you’ll get to be the support for your friend, too. It’ll be much easier to stay on track and reach your fitness goals if you do it together. Plus, if you work out together, you can switch the venue from time to time. Switch the environment from your hosting the workout at home to it being at your friend’s residence and vice versa. Doing so can sprout new motivation and will certainly pull you out of a slump you may have hit.

Fun workout routines with a buddy

Have fun workout routines by doing them with a friend! Image created by When Women Inspire.

Conclusions on Fun Workout Routines

As you can see, working out at home doesn’t have to be boring at all. There are many ways to entertain yourself and keep active. Remember that you are the biggest support you’ll get, so be kind to yourself.

Always move forward and focus on what your accomplishments so far. Thinking of what is yet to come will only make you feel like you’re not doing enough. But the key to a good workout is to pace yourself and be consistent. We’re confident you’ll exceed your own expectations now that you know how to workout at home and create fun workout routines too!

About the Writer

Mianna Korben is a passionate writer currently living and dreaming in Europe. She is a strong believer that both mental and physical fitness go hand in hand; you can’t have one without the other. And like any other girl, she is guilty of falling in love, over and over again, with premium makeup, fashion and champagne.



  1. thecharmingjay October 24, 2018

    I’ve had to change my routine to working out at home and doing things you like, having an area & good music are all things that help me get it done. Love the post1

  2. Sue Dreamwalker October 24, 2018

    I have a favourite piece of rock music I used to do Zumba exercises to, I also have two hand bell weights.. :-) I don’t do it every day, but it helps keep me fit.. er…. :-)

  3. Inside the Mind of Isadora October 24, 2018

    I’ve got You Tube on my tv in the living room. There’s plenty of room and the bigger screen helps you feel like you’re right there in class. I try to do a new video every week to keep it from becoming boring. There are chiar exercises too for when my knees decide they aren’t happy.
    Plus, afterwards, you can shower and start your day energized. At night, if I don’t exercise in the morning I do a yoga video. There are so many options.
    Isadora 😎

  4. popsiclesociety October 24, 2018

    I work out at home and I love it 😍

    1. Christy B November 9, 2018

      Yay! Do you have a go-to playlist of songs? :)

    2. popsiclesociety November 9, 2018

      I use SoundCloud ☺️

    3. Christy B November 12, 2018


  5. KB October 24, 2018

    I love to workout with music :)

    1. Christy B November 9, 2018

      Ohhhh, any favorite songs?!

  6. crunchfitnessblog October 24, 2018

    Check out my fitness blog for more such content

  7. paulliverstravels October 25, 2018

    I have two different exercise play lists for yoga, two for martial arts, and two for body weight exercises. Most of the body weight exercises I do I got from Mark Lauran (books available on Amazon).

  8. dgkaye October 25, 2018

    Love your great tips Christy, Thankfully, there’s a gym right in my condo building which makes it oh so convenient for me to go to 3 times a week. :) xx

  9. OIKOS™-Publishing October 25, 2018

    Great presentation, and wonderful advice! Shame on me, i should do more workout. ;-) Thank you! Michael


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