Letshego Zulu
3 minute read
3 Aug 2020
5:00 am

How to build a functional gym

Letshego Zulu

A yoga mat and skipping rope won’t break the bank and are an excellent start if you want to train at home.

Home gym. Photo: iStock

Saving money is a major factor during these Covid-19 times. Finances are a huge challenge – many people have lost their jobs and the lucky ones are surviving on pay cuts. So the last thing on most peoples’ minds is buying any exercise-related equipment or gadgets. Gyms remain closed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a good training session. With that said, there are alternatives for training on a budget. Functional training is proving to be the most cost-effective, budget-friendly way to keep in shape. Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, improve your strength, or gain muscle...