Those trying to get in shape have no excuse to put it off.
For former 2004 Miss Alabama contestant Liz Spiller, fitness doesn’t begin and end at the gym. It goes wherever you are.
Spiller works with Nutrition and Aerobic Training Services president and Total E Fit inventor Natalie Heckert, whose E Fit gym is a traveling gym that people can use in conjunction with Spiller’s furniture fitness program.
Meaghan Murphy, fitness director for Self Magazine, also supports using furniture as a means for fitness. Self’s Turn On, Tune In and Tone Up workout is similar to Spiller’s Furniture Fitness program with several workouts that can be done at home. Murphy adds that push ups, lunges, arm curls and squats, some of the Self workout’s featured moves, are some of the best ways to stay in shape.
"At Self, we’ve always had the philosophy that you can work out wherever you are. Our workouts can be done anywhere. Why splurge on a gym membership when you don’t need money to stay in shape?” Murphy asked.