As the saying goes, “All Rivers flow to the Sea,” you can achieve your fitness goals by following one of the many available approaches. These approaches have different forms of workouts, diets, supplements, time schedules, venues, etc., that will suit your goals and your convenience specifically. In this article, let us dive into one of these factors, viz., and the venue.
When we say ‘the venue’ we mean the place where you do your workouts. There are different venues such as the gym, your home, a park, a field, an empty parking lot, etc. The list becomes endless. But the most popular and frequently used venues are the gym and one’s own home. So, let us explain you the pros and cons of working out at these venues.
With a few essential types of equipment such as a treadmill, a cross trainer, a stationary cycle and few weights and the knowledge, you can certainly work out at the comforts of your home. Let us list the pros and cons of using your very own home for workouts.
If your goal is general fitness and that even if you visit a gym, you would do some simple stretches and mostly cardio exercises (treadmill, cross-trainer or stationary bike), we suggest that you can do these in the comforts of your home provided you have the right infrastructure. Else, you need to consider working out at the gym strongly.
Simply put, the gym has one purpose and one purpose only, to help you achieve your fitness goals. Then, let us list the pros and cons of working out in the gym.
So, if you are determined to utilize all the resources at the gym to achieve your more than primary fitness goals, provided it is either close to your office or home and can accommodate the work out times in your daily schedule, you should consider working out in the gym. We agree that you have to give some, but what you get back in return is in multiple folds.