BIGWORDS Exercise COOLection: At Home Exercise Equipment To Help You Work Off Those Halloween Goodies
You know how it goes. You start by dipping into the candy bowl at Halloween parties. Then Thanksgiving hits and you’re basically obligated to overdo it. From there, it’s all downhill, with holiday parties and all of the eating and drinking that goes along with them. Before you know it, it’s time to slip on your sparkly party dress for New Year’s Eve – and it doesn’t fit.
But it doesn’t have to go down like that. You can put on the brakes now. Below are some items you can pick up to get started on those New Year’s resolutions a bit early – and ensure that you can keep those unwanted pounds at bay over the holiday season.
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Lunges, squats, pushups, crunches … the Bosu does it all. If you’re looking for one piece of versatile exercise equipment, this is it.
Sick of sit-ups and Russian twists? The ab wheel helps you work all areas of your stomach muscles for an all-over floor workout.
Too poor to join a gym, but looking for a way to get a versatile upper body workout? The workout bar enables you to do pull-ups, dips, crunches, chin-ups and more from the comfort of your own home.
They might look simple, but resistance tubes are great for an all-over body workout, including upper body, abs and lower body.
A staple of any home gym, the exercises you can do with a fitness ball extend beyond just ab exercises and include a variety of tough moves for your glutes and upper body.
Strength training is a critical component of any successful fitness plan. So, get lifting!
They’re way harder than they look. Trust us.