It started as a one-month challenge, but due to popular demand the same great format is now an ongoing program, and even better than ever!
Whether you've done a previous Tone at Home challenge, or you're just getting started, there's a lot to get excited about! Plus, you get your first week absolutely free!
What You Get
- A full catalog of dozens workouts, with new workouts added every week! This style of workout is what helped me get back into shape after having my baby - the workouts are tough but can be modified for people of every skill, ability, shape.
- Additional cardio recommendations for those that want to go the extra mile.
- All workouts are designed to be done at home, in your own time - the only equipment you'll need are some dumbbells and a set of resistance bands.
- Video demonstrations showing each movement, pointers on form, and alternative options if you need to modify.
- Weekly checkins with me via e-mail to help keep track of your progress and keep you accountable.
- Access to the private Facebook group to be a part of a community of others that are working right alongside you!
Your first week is absolutely free, so sign up now!Sign up for free!
What You'll Need
Check my Amazon list for suggested equipmentI'll update it as products come in and out of stock.
- Dumbbells: You'll want two pairs of dumbbells; one pair of light and one pair of medium. For me, that would be 8 lbs and 15 lbs, but the specific weights are going to be different for everyone. Just make sure you have two pairs (four total dumbbells).
- Mini Resistance Bands: These are so great for home workouts because they're small, cheap, and extremely versatile.
- Long Resistance Bands (optional): Sometimes called pull-up bands. These are great for stretching and I will include them in a few workouts, but mini bands can be substituted. Get one with 25-50 lbs of tension.
- Kettlebell (optional): I will sometimes have movements that use a kettlebell, but these can be modified if you don't have one. You will still be able to complete all of the workouts without a kettlebell, but it can help add some variety to your workouts. If you do get one, I'd suggest getting one a little heavier than your "medium" dumbbell weight