Safe And Socially Distanced At Home Strength Workout Tips


It's the second week of the new year and a lot of you guys are still sticking

strong to your new year resolutions. 

Although, with Covid-19 still a threat, it can be tricky to hold true to one resolution in particular; working out!

Our team at Wave Soda is bringing you a blog post today that will illustrate some inventive tips for strength workouts that you can do from the comfort of your own home. 

Plan Ahead

Over the past few weeks we have discussed ways to revamp your new year and create refreshing resolutions. Some of the tips we have discussed are practicing discipline, and staying consistent

Well, this tip isn't so different! As you are working towards creating a strength regime at home, it helps significantly to plan out your week in advance. 

In a recent Wave Soda Blog post we demonstrated the effectiveness of creating a theme for the year and inventing achievable goals. Similarly, scheduling your strength workouts in advance will help you keep a schedule and stick to your new year resolution.

Keep At It

Studies have shown it takes 21 days to build a habit. That may seem like a lot, but when you look at it on a calendar, that's only 3 weeks! If you are already working on a new theme this month, you are almost halfway there!

Even when it's hard, if you keep putting in the work you will create positive habits and increase your strength in just a short time. 

Make Progress

The easiest way to make progress is by keeping track of your workouts and the weights you are using. 

Write down your exact workout, and then next time you train add more reps or more weight. This way you are always growing and strengthening!

Surround Yourself With Positive Influences

At Wave Soda we believe that putting the right people around you will greatly help you to achieve your goals and stay disciplined!

If you are needing inspiration on workouts, mental health tips, clean recipes, or just some lifestyle rejuvenation, stay up to date on our healthy soda blog