Create-a-Consistent-At-Home-Workout-Routine-Class-A-FitnessGoing to the gym for a group class is a great way to build a consistent workout routine. So when you’re not able to make it to the gym for your regular classes, it can throw a wrench in that consistency.

Working out at home is a great alternative! So, here are a few ideas on how to create a consistent at-home workout routine:

1. Modify your fitness goals.

When you’re doing the majority of your workouts from home, you might have access to certain pieces of equipment. If this affects your fitness goals, shift your focus to what you have available, and modify your goals accordingly. Creating new fitness goals based on your at-home workouts establishes a sense of purpose for your daily workouts, which helps you stay consistent.

2. Schedule your workout.

When you’re at home, there are plenty of things around to distract you from getting in your workout. Rather than waiting until you feel like it, schedule your workout into your day and stick to the schedule. Try to work out at the same time each day to help you maintain consistency.

3. Engage with your community online.

Getting support from your fellow workout buddies helps you stay consistent, as well. Even if you can’t work out with each other in person, there are a lot of online tools to keep you connected. Try some online classes, start a group chat, or meet up for a quick video call.

4. Use your in-person support system.

In addition to your online community, use the support network that you have right there with you. Include your family in your workout routine so that you can all be consistent together. You don’t all have to do the same workout, but sharing what you’re working toward with each other increases accountability and motivation.

5. Use a workout journal.

Keeping a workout journal creates some structure and organization around your workouts. Instead of working out on a whim, tracking your workouts in some way helps you stay consistent. As you become more consistent, you’ll notice how you’re making progress and continue improving over time.

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