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Hampson Hampson
Thu, Aug 20, 2009 01:08
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Weight Free Workouts
Okay, so I have been looking around for a weight free workout and there has been no luck. I do not have the funds for weights, resistance bands etc. I want to improve overall fitness as well as a little toning just without the weights.

Can anyone offer my a plan or point me in the right direction.

Thanks


smtuerk smtuerk
Thu, Aug 20, 2009 15:08
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Hey Hampson,

I have two suggestions 1) take up cardio that seems to free anywhere (i.e go to your local high school track, or mapmyrun.com) 2) I don't much on the topic but i herd that you can use house hold materials as weights... you might want to google that.

Hope this helps

negron27 negron27
Thu, Aug 20, 2009 17:08
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hey
or jus go to youtube.com and jus do some cardio on there believe me you will find something

ehuebner77 ehuebner77
Fri, Aug 21, 2009 13:08
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Suggestion
Hi! With my Cable service I have an On-Demand section that has free fitness movies on it, if you have cable you may want to check that out. They have all kinds of stuff from yoga to Bollywood dancing!

suicide suicide
Mon, Aug 24, 2009 23:08
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tv
the fitness channel is a good source also if you didnt know it I will tell you a secret. "The library" yes i said it you can check out fitness videos for... FREE I know uncanny right also see if you can grab a yoga video will help out nicely.
scott

ChristRan ChristRan
VA
Thu, Oct 1, 2009 14:10
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tried yoga yet?
it sounds like yoga could be a good fit for you. do you have any experience with it? not only will it increase strength and flexibility, but it will also increase core strength, and tone will improve from there. if you're unfamiliar with it, maybe you can look up some free instructional classes or pick up a book, or maybe even ask some friends if they have any experience.

vyskol vyskol
Fri, Nov 6, 2009 09:11
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sure
There are many effective exercises you can do that do not require weights. Pushups, pullups, squats, etc.

That being said, spending a couple bucks on a set of dumbbells is probably one of the best investments you could make. And they're really not that expensive. Look around and keep your eyes open.

In the mean time, type "body weight exercises" into Google.

Good luck!

OgMomma2012 OgMomma2012
Mesa AZ
Mon, Jan 4, 2010 21:01
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We're in the same boat, my friend!
Hello, I just joined today. I had the same problem you have right now. I googled "free at home workouts without weights" and I got a few good sites.

thecolorpink thecolorpink
Tue, Jan 5, 2010 08:01
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re
Theres many excersies you can do. Push ups wide and narrow, squats, lunges, all different kinds of ab excersies. Pilates would be good for you too. Very good for strength. Or just go yard saleing and look for a cheap set of dumbbells.

fibropain fibropain
Tue, Jan 5, 2010 12:01
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fibromyalgia & workouts
any body with fibromyalgia know of the best work plan to use first?

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