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    So I’m 30 and a mom of three. Since turning 30 and having my third child l really want to lose weight and have more energy and just be healthy all overall. I work from home and have zero time to go to a gym, I can start by doing good home work outs- Im trying to get this going and I have no clue what I’m doing. I really want this to be successful so any advice is welcomed. I’m looking a squat machines, are they even worth getting?? or are regular squats better? I’ve seen where doing both are beneficial and I’ve seen that the machines are a waist of time. Any advice?
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    Originally Posted by erinham View Post
    I work from home and have zero time to go to a gym, I can start by doing good home work outs
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    It depends what your goals are if you want to lose weight then do cardio and combine that with a healthy diet. You also want to be in a calorie deficit if you want to lose weight. If your goal is to build muscle then start doing resistance training.
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    First off good job wanting to make a change and trying to find out how to go about.
    Yours is a harder task than most with children but can be done with some discipline.
    I would recommend bodyweight type movements first.
    They can be very challenging on their own.
    One training tool i really like are straps.
    Two main brands are TRX and Lifeline JungleXL.
    I have the lifeline brand and like them a lot .
    They can easily be hooked up in a closed door(and will not damage it)and use from there in your home.
    Of course other areas like garage rafters or high bars can used to set up.
    I usually don't recommend youtube videos but in your case they could be helpful if you decide to try them or just want to see what you can do.
    Forget the machine IMO you can get good leg work with the straps or a hip belt but probably best to go with the straps.
    Your diet also is very important do your research and combine it with your training with your goal in mind.
    Pictures every month will tell you if your on track with what your doing.
    Good Luck!
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    For someone who has 0 experience working out, I always recommend getting an Adjustable kettlebell or a set of one 8kg and one 16k kettlebells and a suspension trainer.

    You can make a lot of progress with barely any equipment and as you get more experienced, you can decide if you need more or different kinds of equipment from there. Not everyone needs (or wants) a squat rack, bench, deadlift platform, etc.
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