As you know, there are many different benefits and potential downsides to working out at either a gym, your home, or even outside (running, jogging, walking, etc.). This article lists and discusses the benefits to working out at home.
Want to be able to pick the time when you workout? Working out at home gives you more time options. Because many of us are in our homes before and after work, it is easy to squeeze in a workout when it fits into your schedule. You can make your own workout schedule and workout before or after work, or whenever it fits into your life.
How about money? If you want to save money, exercising in your home is a great way to save the money you would spend on gas, and on a membership fee at a gym.
I know that when I exercise, I have a habit of making this weird, unpleasant face when I am lifting heavy weights. In fear that I will look like I have a bad case of constipation, I exercise at home. I enjoy the privacy and being able to focus more on the exercise I am doing rather than how I look while I am doing it.
Not many would rather spend their time driving in their car over doing something they enjoy. Who can blame them? Why add more time to your daily driving when you could cut out the added minutes of commuting to a gym?
As listed, you can see there are several pros to working out in your own home. The first pro is that you have complete control over when you can exercise. The second pro is that you save cash because you don’t have to pay for gas to drive to a gym, or pay for a monthly membership so you can have access to a gym. The third pro is that you have complete privacy. No one watching you, judging you or worse, laughing at you. Fourth and final, you save time because you don’t have to drive to a gym.
If you want to workout at home, P90x is for you. Read the “How Does P90x Work?” page for more information, or read P90x horror stories.