Doctors’ Tips for a Great Home Workout

House Method
by Sarah Vates & Matilda Davies

Exercising at home can help you foster a healthy mental space by creating judgment-free zone and eliminating comparison syndrome, which can get in the way of a successful workout...

Dr. Stacey Pierce-Talsma, Chair and Associate Professor of the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department at Touro University California, recommends setting up a space where you can easily focus on your workout. “I turn my phone off (unless I’m listening to a new podcast while working out!). Distractions happen when working out at home, and having our BFF call, an email come in, or a news alert only distracts you from getting your workout on!”

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