Let's face it... most people who join a gym don't stick with it. Why? Because it sucks after a while.
Instead of feeling like you have to go to a gym to get a workout, make a few small investments, so that you can workout at home.
Pull-up bar - Works your back, your shoulder, and your arms.
Push-up stands - Works your chest, shoulders, back, and triceps...
For legs, you can do body weight squats.
For abs, well that should be a no-brainer.
As you can see, a full workout can be done at home. No more gym!
So how do you create a workout routine with this new idea?
It will look like this:
Push-up and pull-ups on the same day.
Squats and abs on another day.
Day 1. Day 2. Pretty simple.
Do one set of pullups to failure.
Do one set of incline pushups to failure.
Do one set of regular pushups to failure.
Take a day off.
Body weight squats to failure.
Standard ab crunches to failure.
1 set a piece.
1 set, that's right. That's all.
Here's the catch:
You have to move slow.
4 seconds up, 2 second pause, 4 seconds down.
Every week increase the reps by 1.
So here you go:
Day 1 - pullups and pushups
Day 2 - Squats and abs
Day 3 - Run (for 30 minutes)
Day 4 - Run again.
Repeat day 1.
This is a fast home workout, that will help you build muscle faster than the gym.