So you want to start or continue working on your fitness, but you're really sick of interval training and pointless bodyweight circuits.
The good news: you CAN still hit your specific goals even at home. Yes, that includes strength and hypertrophy. If you're a gym bro, hypertrophy means "gains." If you're anyone else, it means "shaping and toning."
The bad news: not all at-home workouts are equal. Endless mountain climbers are not going to give you a great butt, and burpees won't give you strong legs.
Whatever your goals are, you can achieve gains in the right direction even if you can't go to the gym. The key is to select the right exercises, and to do them at the right intensity, for the right sets and reps, and progress them appropriately over time. Confused? No need, I've got your back.
Here are my favourite exercises for strength and hypertrophy that you can do at home.
1. Single-leg squats
2. push up variations
4. pull ups
5. hip thrusts