Four Favorite At-home Workout Tools

Updated: Sep 14

Are you ready to buckle down and get fit this fall?


I have had many people ask me for links to my favorite at-home, workout equipment and I am NOT going to leave anyone out! Here are my go-to items below.

I believe in keeping things simple, but it's taken me a while to find my favorites! I use this equipment for my online programs and small group fitness classes—light weight and convenient! Click on the photos or the name of the item and you should be redirected to the site!

First, is the Versa Loop. They are inexpensive and it's nice to have some extras for a workout buddy,  the suitcase, cabin or just incase it breaks down over time.  I love this one for glutes and legs, but there are other ways to use it for your upper body, as well! In fact, it is awesome for stretching! Check out my Instagram for those moves!





I also love the versa tubing. Both the medium/red and heavy/blue are great tools for the upper body!





5 and 10# hand weights will give you lots of options for strength training!


If you want to go a little more advanced, you could try 6 and 12# weights. Regardless, if you have a set of 3-6# weights and a set of 8-12# weights, you are golden! 

I love, love, love the stability ball if there is a little extra room in your budget! I would go with the 65" .




Please message me if you have any questions! I know this can be confusing. The goal is to get going this fall! Now is the time and I am happy to help! There are so many options with this equipment! In fact, I have opened up some spots for complimentary discovery sessions the next two weeks! I would love to hear from you!  In good health,


Susan Jensen

Health Coach & Personal Trainer

susan@swanfitcoach.com

swanfitcoach.com


Disclaimer: This program is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness or disease. The information provided in this program is for general educational purposes, has not been reviewed nor approved by the FDA and is not intended to take the place of advice from your medical professional, licensed dietician or nutritionist. You are solely responsible for your health care and activity choices.  Participation in this challenge does not constitute a client-coach relationship.