In a perfect world, we’d all have all the time we need or could ever possibly want to train and play. Sometimes life does us a solid and grants us that kind of opportunity, but for most of us, that’s far from the case. Unless you’re lucky enough to work at a gym, are so successful at whatever you’re doing with your movement that other people are paying you to do it, or have the space and money to install equipment in your home, you’ve likely got to fight and sacrifice things to make room for consistent training. Training outside or at a gym is ideal, of course, but getting to a gym or outdoor training spot as often as we’d like is a herculean task when we’re also trying to balance full work schedules, family time, other pastimes and personal projects, social activities, and the general burdens of ‘adulting’. So what are we supposed to do?
Train at home.