At Home Training
Training at home isn't going to be better than training at a gym, but it doesn't have to be bad.
In fact, we can and should get after it when training at home with limited equipment. If you have a fully stocked gym at home, that's great. Go hard. If not, you can still get after it. You just have to be a little creative.
I've put together some resources that I hope you'll find beneficial when looking to train at home without equipment. You can find an entire playlist of at home, no equipment needed exercises here.
I've also put together a few how to videos on how you can make different types of at home weights.
HOW TO MAKE AN AT HOME WEIGHT
HOW TO MAKE A LARGE AT HOME WEIGHT
HOW TO MAKE A SMALL AT HOME WEIGHT
HOW TO MAKE AN AT HOME MED BALL
You'll find a bunch of programs in this section, including one designed for General Athletic Development, one that is a bit more Baseball Development specific, and even one for those who are New To Training.
I highly recommend preparing your body to train, so I've included three different Warmup/Movement Prep options as well.
Some of the exercises might be challenging to implement. That's part of the fun! If you don't have a partner for Partner Squats, pick another variation from the List of Exercises. If you don't have a car for Car Deadlift Isos, try to lift some part of your living quarters that you can't lift (or break).
If you run into any roadblocks along the way, knock 'em down! And if they won't budge, feel free to reach out at any time and we can knock them down together.