Build the Habit Into Your Daily Routine
Starting an effective home workout routine is not as easy as turning on a video or purchasing a shiny new piece of workout equipment, George Foreman III, a boxing coach and founder of EverybodyFights in Boston, told POPSUGAR.
"If you really want to succeed with a long-term program, start with a small commitment to something you can do anywhere," he said. "Build this small commitment into your morning and evening routines, right before something you would never start your morning or go to sleep without doing." For example, every morning and evening before brushing your teeth, perform 20 push-ups and 20 squats. "Eventually your body will crave the activity and it will be hard to start and end your day without it," Foreman said.