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SOOO many people ask if they can get the same amazing results when they workout at home and without

SOOO many people ask if they can get the same amazing results when they workout at home and without

SOOO many people ask if they can get the same amazing results when they workout at home and without a full gym set up. I want to let you know you 100% CAN! My #BBG program and the concept of minimal equipment came about because I was working as womens only, mobile personal trainer for a LONG time. Women would book me in to come to their house, with my own equipment, and train them in their living rooms, outdoors or lounge rooms. I KNOW you can do #BBG without a gym because I’ve trained women like that for years! ⁣⁣⁣
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You do need a few basic items to complete BBG but I have also listed some alternatives if you don’t have these available!⁣⁣
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✅Dumbbells – Two safe, heavy objects (3-6kgs each) such water bottles (filled with sand) milk cartons (filled with water haha) … or any other household items can be used – get creative⁣!⁣⁣
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✅Flat Bench – Any flat, stable surface will be suitable, such as a chair, ledge, park bench or sturdy box (this can also double as your step!)⁣⁣
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✅Kettlebells – You can fill a small backpack with household items OR ziplock bags full of sand (8-15kg) and use this as a substitute for a kettlebell! ⁣⁣
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✅Medicine Ball – Dumbbells held in each hand or house hold items of the same weight will work. The backpack idea (above) will work for this too! ⁣⁣
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✅Skipping Rope – There is no real substitute for this BUT if you are restricted for space, you could complete ‘air skips’.⁣⁣
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✅Barbell – You can use dumbbells or two heavy objects which are the same weight eg. I saw a lady use a broomstick with two orange juice cartons on either side ⁣⁣
✅Bosu – You can get rid of the bosu all together but you will need to modify the exercises accordingly e.g regular burpee instead of a bosu burpee.⁣⁣
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