Exercising at Home

Carlos Fernandez, Exercise Physiologist with Baptist Health South Florida, says at home you can do bodyweight, squats and push-ups. "You can do a lot of single leg stuff if you get to that level, a lot of core stuff at home. If you get a pull-up bar, very inexpensive, put that on the doorframe and workout," he points out.

Brian Betancourt, Exercise Physiologist with Baptist Health South Florida, highlights a small home gym is a very inexpensive thing, you can buy suspension trainer, bands for suspension trains and rings that you can hook up to a door.

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