If you follow me on my social media accounts, you’ve probably already noticed that I’m currently on a workout hype. My behavior lies on both ends of the spectrum – on either extremes. It’s either a NO or GO for me. Sometimes I get really down and not workout for weeks. But there are days that I live and breathe working out. Right now, I’m in the second mode. I always share my workouts on my social media accounts because I know how it feels to be so clueless about exercises. I once started that way, too, even ignoring the dumbbells as much as I could for fear of looking muscular because then I didn’t know better (more on this later). I’m also not a very secretive person. In fact, I’d like to believe I’m the complete opposite. I like sharing stuff with others because.. well, I’m not sure why, but it’s in my nature.
Anyway, I’ve already posted several workout programs on my blog yet I never focus too much on equipment. And it’s so odd that I never realized this until Rae, a fellow blogger and friend, pointed it out to me. I mean, really, Bae? You blog about exercises but not what you actually use when exercising?
So to make up for that, I’m writing this blog post! *throws confetti*
Disclaimer: Let’s keep this on a personal level since I know most of my readers are not extreme gym goers. In fact, let’s tackle equipment that you can use at home. Now, you’ll have one less excuse for ditching that “Home Workout” video on YouTube. 😉