You know it’s January when you pull up to the gym and your favorite parking spot, you know the one your car can pull into on its own, and has spent countless hours in is taken. As well as every spot around it.
It seems though this is the reoccurring trend every January. As a gym goer myself I know that usage can increase by at least 25% in the month of January, and will die off by mid February. For those regular gym goers this can become frustrating, and of course you can waste all your energy being annoyed. Or you can encourage the resolutions others have made and workout at home?
Never one to waste energy, I chose the latter.
Having Verizon FiOS on demand, working out on a regular basis with the ability to change up my workout routine is as easy as pushing a button without leaving the comfort of my home.
Here are just a few of the types of workouts that are available via Verizon FiOS (with a monthly subscription):
Boot Camps ~ Boot camps have been on trend for a few years now, in my neighborhood alone there are several boot camp classes. Honestly they kind of intimidate me, all those women are so buff already. I can’t see rolling myself into a class, and being judged by others on my abilities.
A combination of a wide range of aerobic styles, giving you the opportunity to get a full workout in a short period of time….. From your living room!
Yoga and Pilates ~ When I think of Yoga I think of a calm stretch, relaxing my mind and spirit, while working out. Nothing about a crowded gym, or waitlist says a relaxing workout. Skipping the drive, and the parking lot, only to be greeted by a waiting list, I stay home and receive my strength training from a reputable source for Free with my monthly subscription.
Dance ~ Regardless of your dance of preference Verizon FiOS gives you the opportunity to choose from many different dance styles: Flamenco, Bellydance, Striptease, Classic Ballet, Jazz and Urban/Hip Hop dancing workouts. I can attest I was always in the best shape when I was out dancing every night, so you know the Hip Hop workouts are for me. Although I do plan to switch it up, to prevent boredom and ensure I stay on my path of getting fit.
I have been working out at home for the last two weeks, and it has been so much easier to come home after school drop off in the am, and choose via on demand my workout of choice. I also have the opportunity to choose the style, level, and length of workout that is right for me at that moment. Minus the stress, of searching for parking and waiting lists, not to mention I’m closer to my own shower:).
Do you workout at home via Verizon FiOS? What are the benefits for you, for working out from home?
Disclosure: I am a Verizon Ambassador and this is a sponsored post, as always all opinions expressed are my own.