That's why it's important to utilize the space you already have (along with some light spending) to turn an extra room or space in your home into a small home gym or workout space. That doesn't mean you have to run out and buy boxing and uppercut bags for your empty guest room (unless that's the kind of workout you're looking for, of course) but just a few small changes can make your space ready for whatever kind of workout you're interested in.
The most important thing is to not strain yourself. Make sure you have mats to warm up and stretch on (which can double as a space for yoga). If you don't want to splurge a huge amount on expensive equipment, then save money by getting resistance bands, jump ropes, medicine balls, and other light exercise equipment. Sometimes all that actually matters is having the space itself, since you can use chairs and other household furniture for squats, dips and pushups and you can use those for free. Despite how difficult it is to maintain a fitness schedule, don't let the importance of exercise and keeping yourself fit fall tot he wayside just because you don't think you have the space or time to stay healthy.
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