Kettle balls are great for so many exercises and do not take up much room. An great example for an exercise using a kettle ball is of course Kettlebell Swings, Shoulder Raise and Plie Squats holding the kettle bell in my middle of your abdominal area.
Medicine Ball $7.99
Excersise/ medicine ball are great for both stretching and numerous amounts of excersise. Like the Stability Ball Roll Up which I absolutely hate that I love.
Yoga Mat $12.99
Yoga mats are everything. I obviously use my mat for doing yoga, but also for stretching or letting your kids use it as a toy mat at a picnic. Of course you could just use the floor but when it comes to actual floor work it could get pretty uncomfortable.
Resistance bands $8.00
I love resistance bands! From the day I purchased these bad boys, I haven’t been able to workout at home without them. I take them to the park with me and they are awesome to wrap around a tree trunk and get to working. These bands are so portable and versatile.
Foam Roller $9.99
I personally have a hard time with keeping myself accountable when it comes to stretching. The foam roller definitely helps make it more fun and is amazing for your muscles. The pressure from your body weight rolling on the foam roller helps release a little something called Lactic Acid. Now Lactic acid is good for you to a certain extent… once too much Lactic Acid builds up in your muscles, that’s when extreme soreness comes in to play. Sometimes your body produces more than you can burn. Being sore is a sense of accomplishment to me but not when it hurts so bad that I literally can not roll out of bed. Trust me, stretching helps!
Yoga Block $6.99
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Loving those prices and you can get some stuff from 5 and below for the cheap cheap people lol
Yes girl, maybe i’ll make a video shopping for workout equipment at 5 Below? Hmmm…. 🙂
Love this post! I have all of the above items you mentioned and enjoy them all. Thanks for including pics of them as well as prices! I think a set of light and/or medium weight dumbbells also come in handy, but the resistance band can always substitute too.
You are absolutely right, I have a set of dumbbells myself so I totally should have mentioned them. Thank you for your input, Pricilla. 🙂
I have really been wanting to work out home since I’m home all day with my two kids! I just never knew where to start! Thanks for sharing!
It’s definitely not the easiest, even with having this equipment at home. You have to find the perfect timing and the kiddos have to be in the mood to allow Mama some time to workout. Just remember that any workout done is better than no workout. 😉