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7 awesome ways to stay fit without using a gym

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Some people find going to the gym a daunting task, or they may not want to commit to a long-term membership that they know they won’t stick to. With these tips, you can no longer use a lack of gym membership as an excuse to be lazy so lace up your running shoes, put on your workout gear and get going.

 1.    Find a boot camp

A boot camp such as Prestige Boot Camp is a great way to find a network of people who are all working toward the same goal as you. This means that you’ll always have someone by your side to stay motivated while getting a great workout either in or outdoors. Whatever your preference, you should be able to find a boot camp that operates in or outdoors.

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 2.    Embrace the outdoors

Exercise doesn’t always have to be done inside a gym. When the weather is looking good, get yourself outdoors for a run around the block or train in a park and use the equipment available to strengthen your core, improve your endurance or gain muscle.

 3.    Work out at home

There are so many workout tutorials available online that you can use to exercise regularly at home. One of the most popular fitness activities you can do in the comfort of your living room is yoga because all you need is your body and a mat. At home, you can work out to whichever level you choose which makes it an appealing choice for many.

 4.    Try a fitness class

No matter your level of fitness, finding a class in the area where you live shouldn’t be difficult. Fitness classes can be specialised for weight loss, toning up, gaining muscle or improving strength and endurance and can provide you with support from others in the group.

 5.    Challenge yourself with stairs

Jogging up and down stairwells is a great cardio workout that you can do without stepping foot on a treadmill in the gym. Try running 6-12 flights of stairs as fast as you can, for as many times as you can with three minutes in between. Do this three to four times a week to keep on top of your weekly cardio regimen.

 6.    Turn household tasks into a workout

The key to turning your household chores into a workout is by focusing on those that will burn the highest calories. Scrubbing and vacuuming can be made into a fun workout, especially if you put on some upbeat music to accompany it. Talk about hitting two birds with one stone.

 7.    Head to a park

Parks are full of things that you can use just as well as gym equipment. To train your upper body, head to the monkey bars for some pull ups or use benches to work on your core. The trick with a park is to be creative.

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