You’ve decided that working out is the best option for you, but the gym thing just isn’t going to work out. Either you do no time, or maybe it is just the simple reason that a gym membership adds more money an already tight monthly budget. The first thing you need to consider when developing your home exercise program is how much time can you realistically devote to working out. This will help you make the most time efficient fitness regime.
Next, decide which exercises you are going to do. Remember to keep it simple. For exercise options, you want to make sure you have at least one exercise for each of these muscle groups: Quads (squats, lunges, box jumps), Butt and hamstrings (dead-lifts, step ups), Push (bench press, dumbbell press, push-ups), Pull (pull ups, dumbbell rows), and Core (planks, mountain climbers).
Once you pick a few exercises from each category, try changing up your routine up by choosing a different exercise from each category every subsequent week in order to get a new full body workout as you progress with your goals.
Be sure to document how many reps you’re doing of each exercise so that you can monitor your development and make adjustments as needed for continuous challenging. If you’re looking to tone certain areas keep your reps in the 12-25 with no or lighter weights range and in the 7-10 range (with heavier weights) if you’re looking to add bulk.