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    Is it real to do sports at home?

    How to choose a set of exercises for sports at home?
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    The hardest thing is to motivate yourself.
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    • Choose your workout — Cardio, strength training or a mixture of both
      Choose 10 different exercises — For cardio, focus on exercises with different levels of intensity. For example, you might alternate a high-intensity exercise (such as jumping jacks or burpees) with an easier move (such as marching in place). For strength training, choose pushes, pulls, front-of-leg, back-of-leg, and core movements, such as squats, lunges, pushups, and dips. Exercise ideas: Step by Step Cardio Exercises, Step by Step Bodyweight Exercises
      Choose the length of each exercise — Beginners might start with 10-30 seconds or 8-16 reps, while intermediate or advanced exercisers might go for 60-90 seconds or 20 or more reps
      Get Ready — Set up a timer or use a stopwatch, turn on some music or your favorite TV show and start with a warm-up
      The Workout — Do 1 circuit if you're a beginner or short on time. Do 2-5 circuits for a more intense workout
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    Everything depends on you. If you have enough motivation and all required gear, it will not be a problem. My friends and I have already built a small gym in my garage. Also we are going to make a small fighting arena in the courtyard to train jiu-jitsu as all BJJ gyms are closed now becasue of COVID. We found some mats at
    Will see what we have as the result but in any case, our trainings continue.
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    • Choose exercise that you enjoy
    • Choose more than one type of exercise
    • Vary the intensity of your exercise
    • Choose exercise options that fit your lifestyle
    • Choose to exercise with a friend
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    I prefer to play too but mostly computer games. So, this time I decided that it is better to use which is a wonderful solution in order to play better and to achieve success in this game.
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    It is possible but requires great self motivation. Concerning the set of exercises there are many fitness apps or Youtube videos
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    yes, you can play different games at home. I would like to recommend to play tennis at home. you can master the skills by exploring tennisunit.com
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    Hello. In general yes. But still nowadays all sports professionals use some kind of doping to reach their best results of course in combination with talent. I work out in the gym to keep fit and sometimes go on steroid cycles to build muscle. Basically, I buy everything at because they have good prices and a wide range of products. One of my friends with whom I go to the gym advised me this site.
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    This particlular reply is the best. Like Rudi233 said, you have to know your goal in order to choose which workout is best for you. You can't have a goal of gaining weight and end up frequently running on the treadmill. Whatever the goal is, just pick a suitable training for it and attach some cardio to it. Cardio is necessary but the goal of the workout should determine it's intensity.

    He said it all. This is just an addition to what he said.
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