I have a fulltime job and work out 2-3 days a week. I do consider this an avant garde venture so being able to even take a shower isn’t ideal. That being said, what gear do you recommend if money upfront is a concern? Running shoes, plyo box, weight belt, kitted out with everything will be fine for me.
This is not designed as medical advice – consult your doctor before following these tips or starting any new health routine that may interfere with your medications or health condition. The information on here was all taken from various sources including TEDx Talks, private email conversations (I’m still working on my own trainer background), websites like NerdFitness and Reddit, fitness blogs like StrongFirst International and ChrisPryorFitness Online Training Courses , videos on YouTube of CrossFit classes done right(the first one by Jason Witt)and various magazines like Men’s Health (apparently the magazine has changed the structure of their articles but some important bits were lost in translation). If there is anything wrong with any info please leave it in the comments below to help improve accuracy & readability!
So given your description…don’t worry about dollar signs; just buy yourself something decent. I personally am spending $1200 for 1000lbs of free moveable weight at the beginning of August who knows what that will go up to after tax savings etc…Life happens! Just start walking….new gym
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