10 Household Items You can use as Exercise Equipment

Who says you need to spend thousands on a home gym? Check out these 10 household items you can use as exercise equipment and start breaking a sweat without breaking the bank!

1. Soup Cans

Use as hand weights and select bigger cans when sizing up in weight.

2. Laundry Detergent

Use as a kettlebell.

3. Kitchen Chair

Use for tricep dips.

4. Beach Towel

Use as a yoga or workout mat.

5. Stairs

Use as a stair climber.

6. Bag of Flour

Use as a heavy weight and can also double as a kettlebell.

7. Sturdy Chair

Use for barre exercises that are great for focusing on your lower body.

8. Wall

Use for wall sits and standing push ups.

9. Soccer and Basketballs

Use as a medicine ball for arm and ab exercises.

10. Backpack

Use as a weighted vest.

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Amanda Stewart

As a mom of two littles, Amanda knows firsthand the struggles of balancing a busy schedule with a healthy lifestyle (hint: it involves coffee...a lot of coffee). Having successfully shed the baby weight (and more!) by implementing a balanced, realistic lifestyle focused on nutrient-rich foods and daily workouts that vary between cardio, weight lifting, and pilates, Amanda loves to hear what's worked for others. Overseeing HealthyWage's winners relations, where she gets to chat with participants and learn about their weight loss journey, Amanda enjoys helping our winners share their success and hopefully inspiring others. If you've achieved success with HealthyWage and would like to share your story, please contact Amanda at [email protected]

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