Correct your form
This is one of the most important tips for your physical health. Doing exercises incorrectly can lead to activating the incorrect muscle groups or even worse, injury. Our recommendation is setting a mirror up so you can inspect your form while completing your workout. Alternatively, you can set up a camera to record your form, this allows you to review the footage and see where exactly what you’re doing right and wrong.
One benefit of the increase in fitness content is the wide variety of genuinely reputable information and trainers you can now access online to cross check any advice you receive. Check out this blog post or our Instagram for instructions directly from Luke.
If you still have questions, or need extra advice for your workouts, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via Facebook or Instagram.
One bonus of working out in the privacy and safety of your home is that you can work out without a single person peering over, this means it’s time to get creative! So, it’s time to perfect those exercises you’ve been too nervous to in front of a crowd. Or set yourself some challenges you may have otherwise not attempted – more on this shortly.
One of the biggest hurdles (or excuses) we hear , is that people don’t have access to equipment at home. While it may be getting harder to find the right equipment, some of our customers’ favourite alternatives include cans of baked beans, milk jugs, bricks, water bottles or sandbags to add some weight and resistance to their exercises. Get creative and utilise what’s around you.
Check out Melbourne footballer, Jake Melksham’s, creative alternatives for weights. Although we do want to mention that myDNA doesn’t recommend using your children as weights. 😉
Also remember to take advantage of the technology at your fingertips. Record and track your workouts, use workout livestreams, follow along with video tutorials or jump on social media challenges, such as the see 10, do 10, give 10, which is a push up challenge circulating the internet.