Different methods motivate different people. I find going to the gym harder on my ego, schedule & budget. Working out at home, I'll do! I scrounged stuff. soI don't think I have more than $75 in the whole collection.
I have a set of resistance bands (a buck a piece from a thrift store), 2, 3, 5, & 8 lb handweights (2nd hand cheap), weighted balls & a stability ball (sale at Ross' Dress for Less), jump rope (thrift store)& a $25 Craigslist NordicTrack skier. My "mat" is interlocking foam tiles from Costco. Found a bunch of great exercise videos on...cough...VHS for .33 at a thrift store.
Had a treadmill before & loved & used it, but had to downsize for a move. Started gaining when I didn't have walking so handy. I'm planning on adding a future treadmill that I'll be able to afford thanks to no gym fees. I need cheap, close & easy.
- 10/19/2010 4:30:13 PM