Creating Your Gym at Home

Using cans or bottles as weights, using chairs and stools, hitting the stairs, getting fitness DVDs or video games, investing in cheaper fitness items and using technology are some suggestions of Natalie Castro, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida and Brian Betancourt, Exercise Physiologist at the same place, in order to create a home gym.

They suggest using things around the house or doing some outside exercises like walking or jogging.

Also, they recommend eating healthy. “We don’t have to buy the most expensive fanciest food,” she says.

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