TV Workout – No Excuses

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You don’t have time for workout? Just another excuse and nothing more!


People like to rely on lame excuses in order to feel better, but the truth is that postponing and avoiding won’t get you far no matter how good your excuse is.

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As you can see from title “TV Workout”, there are no excuses, it is all up to choices we make and path we follow.
If you are one of those people who say “I don’t have time for workout”, “I’m so tired when I come home from work” and so on, than I guess this short article won’t help you much, but I’m still going to give it a try.

All I’m trying to do here is to show you how easy it is and how little time and space you need to get your ass moving. Yeah I talk dirty, but that is just how I am.

Now back to reality check:
Q: How much time you spend watching TV?
A: If you have time for TV, than I’m sure you can spare few minutes for workout.

Q: How much time you spend on computer doing nothing productive (Facebook, Twitter…)?
A: If you have time for computer, than you have time for workout.

Q: How much time you spend on phone texting/calling your friends just to waste some time?
A: Again, if you have time for phone, than you also have time for workout.

These are just 3 examples, and trust me I could go on and on, but I’m sure you get the picture.

So what can you do, which exercises can you perform?
When it comes to exercising at home and being limited with equipment… guess what… yes, that is just another excuse.
Most of the bodyweight exercises don’t require any equipment at all, and many of those for which you require some kind of equipment can be done at home using chairs, couch, kitchen cabinet, bath tub…

Here I have prepared simple workout routine that can be done on couch, chair or anything similar and you can do it during the commercial breaks while you enjoy watching your favorite TV show.


  • Leg raises
  • Triceps dips
  • Scissors
  • Leg pull-ins

Do 10 reps for each exercise during the commercial break or every 20 minutes. You can also do push-ups, squats, crunches and other bodyweight exercises.

This will not take you a lot of time and it is not some extreme workout, but this is still better than nothing.

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