8 Fun Methods to Avoid Home Workout Monotony


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8 Fun Ways to Avoid Home Workout Boredom. 1. GIVE STREAMING OR VIDEO WORKOUTS A TRY. When you’re social distancing, packed workout classes — even ones held outside with lots of space 2. KEEP PROGRESSING.


Use supersets. When you do a superset, you perform sets of two different exercises with no rest in between. The idea is to combine exercises that work different parts of your body, so one muscle group gets rest while another is working. Supersets are both challenging and will allow you to spend less time working out, which can help prevent boredom.

There are plenty of ways to escape the house and not open your wallet. For starters, a simple walk around the neighborhood can be a great way to relieve boredom. Grab your phone.

21 things to cure quarantine boredom besides going for a walk. With Houston’s stay-at-home order in effect through April 30, it may be a little hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. 4 Ways to Avoid Home Workout Boredom Video Workouts and Streaming. There are tons of streaming fitness studios and video workouts available online and many Keep Progressing.

Make sure you keep making things harder and you become fit. You can add a circuit to your workout or Reward Yourself. Fitness boredom presents a real obstacle for many people.

On the other hand, you can create a workout experience that won’t include tedium. In turn, you can enjoy the rewards of improved fitness and even learn to look forward to your fitness routine. Seven Effective Tips To Avoid Fitness Boredom. Changing your routine is the quickest remedy for workout boredom, and one of the easiest to put into action.

If you’re used to the treadmill, try the elliptical or stair climber. If you use weight machines, switch to free weights. Test a different path on your outdoor run or walk. Social distancing can sound like a fun excuse to get out of work for a while, but once boredom starts to set in, you’ll probably start to miss your daily work routine.

X Research source In addition to helping you pass some time, working remotely may help to ease some of your anxiety about the financial impact of social distancing. To avoid boredom, it is important to stimulate our minds. Learning new things is an excellent way to do this.

When you are older or caring for an elderly person, learning a new language is a great option as it doesn’t requires physical exertion. You can use websites like Duolingo and iTalki to learn new languages for free. 6. Start a book clu. It’s a great cardiovascular workout, and helps improve confidence and body tone. Duo training This style of training is for two people.

Each person provides resistance for the other, and you both get a workout at the same time. This is also a good way to motivate each other to stick to a fitness schedule.

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8) Focus your mind on each exercise.

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The following are seven of my favorite workouts.

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My main challenge was to find a form of exercise that I would stick with.

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I even went through a spell when I thought I could just work out at home and follow all the different workouts I pin on Pinterest.

“Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life” by Melanie Shankle, Ree Drummond
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by Melanie Shankle, Ree Drummond
Zondervan, 2017

Spending time in the gym also meant a lot of fun for me.

“This Love that Feels Right...” by Ravinder Singh
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by Ravinder Singh
Penguin Books Limited, 2016

For the first time in my exercising life, I was never bored.

“I Feel Bad About My Neck: and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman” by Nora Ephron, Alfred A. Knopf (Nowy Jork)
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Knopf, 2006

D) Dumbbell Walking Lunge 4x20 steps Rest 60 seconds EXERCISE SETS X REPETITIONS E) Barbell Seated Calf Raise 4 x 10 A) Sumo Deadlift 4 x 8 (emphasize eccentric) Rest 90 seconds B)

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I enjoyed the privacy and solitude of working out at home.

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Hachette Books, 2012

Exercise 1 is just that, an exercise.

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Exercise was always my main goal, but prison gossip was my version of CNN.

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  • When I started running two years ago I decided that it had to be a habit, so it is. I go out three times a week regardless of the weather or the temperature, although icy pavements can make me think twice. Even if it’s boring, I still go out. Up until a couple of weeks ago I listened to podcasts while I ran, but now I prefer to run without my earphones so that I can hear anyone approaching who might not be social distancing.

  • Thank you so much for this! I will need it in just about 5 weeks. Oral surgery has officially forced me to relax. I am trying to hit my goal of achieving Level 5 in the Garmin Badge system. 17 more points….argh.

  • I’m having one of these days today and was not gonna go for a run but you guys inspired me to try one of these things (will try zombies run) and go! Thanks!

  • I try to run every other day but my calves feel like there gonna explode I wear compression socks to help but it doesnt help I also stretch before and after no change I’ve been running for over 6 weeks not getting any better why do my calves hurt so much?

  • Cross training. I found it difficult to return to running when I took a day or two off, so my recovery breaks ended up being a week or more off running. Then I would just get really down on myself, and running started to become much less enjoyable even when I did get back to it. When I started cycling again on my days off running, I found it much easier to return to my running schedule. And, the cycling seems to help my recovery so running itself feels much better and more enjoyable.

    I imagine any sort of cardio cross training that takes the impact out but keeps the aerobic training going, would work. I think cycling is such a good pairing because it gets blood pumping into the muscles and sretches out the fibres that need to recover most while removing the impact. Also, running greatly improves cycling endurance so cycling itself becomes more enjoyable.

  • You guys inspire me a lot. Just ran my first half marathon today around my house. And I’ve been running less than a year. Keep up the great videos

  • It’s good to mix in other activities like swimming, hiking and cycling. In fact, I got into triathlon because I was bored with all the hot running with no good races during one summer. Also, we do running challenges in our FB group to keep things interesting!

  • I pretend I’m Eliud Kipchoge (really) my favorite part is when I’m at the end of the run by my house and I start pointing at my neighbors and at the sky like he did running 1:59. It also gives me a good laugh at the end cause I imagine how goofy I must’ve looked ��

  • We are doing virtual Parkrun relays which has been fun. Perhaps you could release a running channel podcast where all of you shout at me to go faster….thanks for the inspiration, always a highlight of my week to tune in!

  • I came round to the idea of making my runs fun & more enjoyable about a year ago after a hard years running long races, i’d lost my mojo & found taking a new approach to my running really helped. Be sure to stop now & again & take in the views ����

  • I’ve never been bored of running. I look at my running shoes and I want to go out for that run. But I do want spice things up. Right now, I aim to run my first marathon in late 2021, and I want to do it in under 4 hours. No point in dragging it out for longer than absolutely necessary. So, I now have a plan to achieve that goal with guidance of a running coach. Every day of the next 18 months is planned out for me. Never a dull moment. It will be a fun journey and the marathon at the end of it will be the cream on top. I will enjoy running it because I will be prepared.

  • This video came at exactly the right time! I’ve started listening to podcasts, your last video gave lots to try and they’ve really helped keep things fun. I find I run further without realising it. I’m definitely going to try running every street in my area and Strava running art! Great ideas, thanks running channel!����

  • “Maybe go for a run later in the day”. Kate has obviously never been to Georgia and run in 90 deg/90% humidity weather. We have all kinds of motivation to get up before dawn, here in Sweatopolis.

  • Have you ever felt a bit bored with running? How did you overcome it and make your runs more enjoyable? Let us know in the comments below!

  • Them: how Not to get bored.
    Also them: naked faces in different toy balls and talks and feeds them.
    Me: psychopath?? Or just weird maybe?!?!?

  • The best thing to do is to imagine yourself at the end of the day. If you won’t run, you will think you were too lazy, but if you do run, then you can be proud that you did it and have a nice shower after your training.

  • I was motivated during March and April as the Wings for life race was still going to happen. I loved the race and I ran so much quicker and longer than I would usually do. Would anybody know about an app that involves some kind of “catcher car” function?

  • Yaa ofcourse everyone whoever is watching these kind of videos nowadays are because of the covid. So please stop filling the comment section with comments like ‘ who is watching this during covid’ ��������‍♀️��‍♀️��‍♀️��‍♀️

  • I’ve noticed I am becoming complacent during the end of lockdown, I thought it was just me, thank you for this video it’s been a real help!!

  • To ‘celebrate’ the longest day last weekend and to try to recover my running mojo I was up for my first run at 4.30 a.m. and then did the same one mile route each hour until sunset at 9.30 p.m., 18 runs in total. I also wore a different race t-shirt for each run. Fastest mile 11.45, slowest 12.47, happy with that. Strange times call for strange actions!

  • I am going to try the zombie run! I often get bored running on my own so I try and run with someone. The only problem is I’m such a chatterbox that my poor running partners can’t keep up with the conversation as they are all out of breath. But it definitely helps me though!

  • Definitely the best tv show to watch while in quarantine I’m in quarantine right now and school is closed I’m stuck in my room with stacks of homework

  • Our coach has set virtual races as challenge for us, I tried a few and found them really motivating. There is very simple rules to follow such that we have to be alone when running them. We send the results of our run to the coach and he publishes them with a ranking. Simple yet fun it is like the weight watcher principle applied to running where you share your victories.

  • I keep on rotating my routes. There are 3 lakes around where I live, within 5 kms apart. And then there is my apartment complex with a perimeter of 1km. And on weekends, mostly Sunday morning, I run on the road since the vehicular traffic is lesser. Even in that I keep changing the routes by going into different by lanes

  • Since this lockdown has started I decided to do couch to 5k which was a god send when not knowing where to start and also gave me something to strive for and it encouraged me now I’m able to run 6k in 39 minutes and I am striving to being able to run 10k and hopefully a bit further on a half marathon next year.

  • I don’t really get bored running but what I’ve started doing recently is trying to get myself lost. I turn down roads I’ve never run down before and have a nosey at all the houses as I’m running. It’s paid off I found a pub I never knew was there. I just have to wait for it to open now.

  • I found that finishing at a local [small] coffee shop has helped recently. Finishing a run which ends with coffee and chat has helped locally and as of yesterday a little bit further out. Its the small things that help and I am glad its just not me!

  • When I started running I used Nike Running Club App and in particular the Guided Runs! Those are amazing. I’m not using NRC as often as before, but whenever I feel blue or down I play one of those Guided Runs (caveat most of them are short runs)

  • Ellen is the woman. I’ve taken all of Ellen’s Tips. I’ve jumped out my comfort zone and now I’m going live on how to enjoy this days on our YouTube channel so follow my progress. I would love some support and feedback.

  • realy no! surely people don’t get bored with running. I’m like bear with a sore head if I can’t get out. It’s the only thing in this crazy world tbat keeps me sane.

  • I reached my goal yesterday of running a 5k in under 30 minutes. Now I have 25 minute 5k as my next goal! Love you guys and this channel!

  • Thanks for the suggestions! In 2008 I started running backwards and it became a bit of a social experiment, because people would approach me and ask questions. Also I would run face to face with my friends when we shared runs. It lead to a half-marathon in 2009. I also know of at least one person who juggles while running. Go crazy!

  • And if you want to listen to more Anna while you’re running, I can definitely recommend Jenni Falconer’s Run podcast. The episode with Dick and Dom is pretty good too.

  • I have to tell someone so why not my favorite group of fellow runners. I am now the proud owner of a pair of Hoka Bondi 6!!! Gonna break them in tonight and can’t wait. I really didn’t NEED them but my nikes were getting old. This has sparked a new desire in me again! Everyone have a great day!!!

  • Our homes are the new jail cells which will turn to concentration camps if the media and their government stooges try to keep this insanity up for several months.

  • True crime podcast while I’m out on a run is always exciting. Nothing to help motivate you than hearing about people being kidnapped and murdered while running.

  • My friends and I have been playing Dungeons and Dragons during our runs. We do mini-workouts at different points in the run to simulate going on quests and fighting monsters. It makes me excited for the next adventure rather than tired for the next run.

  • When i get bored of road running i hit the trails, be it in the woods, hills or mountains. The thing about trails is the terrain is always changing so it keeps the mind active and you must always be alert for tree roots and being in nature is just so good for the mental health aswell!!!!!

  • Great ideas. Thank you. My mom and I run at the same time but not together. I live in Ohio she lives in San Francisco. We text each other on the way out and call when we are done.

  • I really have never heard a runner say they get bored of running. If someone gets bored then I can only guess it’s a lack of motivation or they don’t really know why they run.
    A runner may not feel like running. That is 99pct a sign of bad health or exhaustion and then they also should not run.

  • My running club have come up with a good idea…..twice a week they put up a ‘scavenger list’, so when you run next, you have to try and find everything on the list and take a photo of it. Could be a yellow car, a hanging basket or a dog poo bin!! Etc Makes your run a bit more interesting and fun ��

  • guys do not be bored on quarantine, Be thank full because what if the tables turned and you were outside for 4 months so guys be thankful

  • The Running Channel

    Love your video, yea I get like that some times, (go to my favourite park) which is quiet quite, (not many runners/people) do 1 minute fast effects (downhill) 1 minute recovering for 30 minutes, although find 50 seconds to 1 minute in my fast effects the toughest bit,

  • I’ve been doing a lot of Zwift running on a treadmill lately. It takes away the normal boredom of TM running and kept me going over the lockdown. You don’t necessarily need a smart treadmill, there’s lots of ways to get Zwifting on a standard system e.g. foot pods, Runn sensors and Apps.

  • I have an idea, get four people together of mixed ability who love running. Have each of them with lovable and unique personalities. Then get them to record videos about running. I think it’d be great. I’d watch it. Just stuck on what I’d call it…

  • I am a new runner and last week I ran my first 5km and 3 days later 8 km. I am obssessioned. I always want to running…it’s a vicious�� but I know that I need to rest at least 1 day hehe

  • Running alone I am starting to struggle now. I miss the social aspect of parkrun for example. I’ve still not done any run events either! Started running in Jan, signed up for 3, 1 cancelled and 2 pushed back! So frustrating! I’ve not run for almost a month now and I’ll be honest I overthink just getting out there

  • It was almost mentioned in there! Why not try some backwards running as an alternative challenge? Find a smooth and wide route through your local park to start with and if you enjoy it there’s a World Champion being held in North London in July 2021 giving you something to train towards.

  • You guys are awesome. Thanks. Being here in Peru we have only just been allowed to run again in the last 3 weeks and we can only run (with a mask) within 3km of our house and so these tips are really helpful.

  • Too active dog is the best motivator when running. No matter of the weather, time of the day my dog wants to run 😉 the only chance to cheat her is a very long walk, but not always it’s possible LOL

  • I started running December 2018 and my very first 10km was a trail race. I started road and trail running because I loved taking part in races whether it be road or trail (loved trail more purely because of some of the locations I got to run around). I never found motivation a problem last year when it came to training because I had races and times I wanted to achieve, not to mention all the training sessions I could do with my running club when I joined them in July last year. I was a bit of a lone wolf runner for the first few months of running and enjoyed it. I never had any set training sessions to begin with and just tried to run a 5km and 10km faster each time. I eventually started downloading some audio guided coaching sessions from the Nike Run Club app, which again I enjoyed quite a lot. After I joined my running club and started becoming more of a social runner, I was finding that I didn’t really like lone wolf training as much as I did before. I had so many big plans for my second year of running. I was going to do my first marathon in April in Newport, my first 15 miler over the Mendip hills and my first 50km ultra. I have always been motivated in my training by races I have signed up for and a virtual race just isn’t the same as an actual race day with hundreds if not thousands of people. With no races and no club training I’ve completely lost all motivation. I do have one friend I can run with now but he always wants to run 10 to 15 miles on a trail route and I just have no love for trail (in fact I actually have a hatred for trails at the moment). I really need to find some people from my local area that likes road running as my club have been absolutely useless (I will not be renewing my membership next year). I like some of your ideas but again I just can’t get myself out the door


  • Advice for runners getting back at it after an injury? I just recovered from a sprained ankle and am starting to run again. Scared of reinjury or discovering my fitness level has substantially decreased!

  • I’ve felt this so hard lately! No races or goals to shoot for and general exhaustion got me feeling sluggish and unmotivated, and this is not the first time The Running Channel has read my mind and released an eerily relevant video

  • If I really don’t feel like running I bribe myself by finishing at Crosstown Doughnuts in Shoreditch, probably not the most sustainable of habits but I think exercise + doughnut is better than no exercise + no doughnut

  • Sorry but I can’t believe in this time when so many in America are about to lose their homes, or can’t get their medications or are going to be evicted from their apartments, that listening to privileged celebrities complain that they are bored is something people think is a good idea. Here’s a good idea how about if all the rich celebrities banded together and demanded that all the banks forgive the mortgage payments for at least 90 days, no exceptions, or they will pull their money out of them. Or maybe they can pool their resources and create a nationwide food bank that operates out of Amazon or some other huge corporation, that distributes food and necessities to the needy and infirm. White privilege is alive and well in Hollywood and they could be doing so much more right now than sitting around whining that they are bored. Makes me sick to my stomach!

  • I’m trying to run every street in my small town in 2020. My guess is it’s around 300 miles total. Going down new streets keeps things fresh

  • Good people of The Running Channel. Thank you so much for the great content you keep posting. It made me like running more and more and make my adventure on a Half-Marathon (even if i will have to make it by my self). However I’m struggling with the HR stuff. On the easy runs should i aim to to the Zone 3? or Zone 2? Because on zone 3 i’m nearly out of the pace i should keep (i’m aiming for a 2:04 HM so easy runs between 6:47min/km to 07:18). Should i run slower? Thanks

  • I don’t think I get bored with running, though sometimes I’m unmotivated. This is when habit or discipline helps— even unmotivated, it’s easier to run than not to run. On mornings when I’m not motivated, I tell myself I can just go one mile and quit. 99% of the time, I end up running further than a mile.

  • my local running club decided to set some challenges to help keep members moving they were set for all abilities, so far they’ve been fun

    1. Do a 5k run

    2. Do a 8k run or walk entirely off road

    3. Do a run which consists of 5 laps of somewhere or something.

    4. Do a run wearing anything with the club logo on it

    5. Do a 12k run or walk

    6. Do a run in the pouring rain photo required, especially at the end!

    7. Do a 5k run where each km is quicker than the last

    8. Do a run where the road names spell your initials (at least 3) or your first name, or all your name if you are keen!

    9. Do a run which has over 200m elevation gain in it

    10. Do a run which includes running past or around a lake
    all challenges must be done on individually on separate days and consist of a minimum of 3km

  • Kd Lang Tools for Peace and their associates..
    They publicly promote peace & love and their newsletters sign off
    “in kindness”
    But actions speak louder than words.
    Their undisclosed cruelty and abuses cause alot of long term harm & damage emotionally mentally & physically to their unsuspecting victims.
    While behind the scenes they insist on others lying denying and covering up what they really do to people..
    Abuse is not kind loving or peaceful, it’s abuse.
    What kind of values do you want your kids or any kids to learn & pass on?

  • I have been doing some virtual races:-) did a 5k virtual race yesterday and my 5k time is getting faster. Im a ten K runner, so been learning how to pace a pace 5k.. kept it interesting. Will be fun to receive medals in the post:-)

  • esto es increible, I dont understand… people are sick and you are together laughing…. you are triying to pretend thta nothing is going on… and dont care about yourselves and your families

  • ok please tell m where to get that busy book with the kitchen and the living room and the washing room and the kids room and all that i want it so bad!!!

  • I only get too run on a weekend so try to do at least a 10k and a 5 k. I tend to go around 530am in the summer months it works for me at the moment ��

  • My advice: watch a running channel video on the day you are meant for a run, you will then want to get out running. I have said it now so I need to stick with it now.

  • Ellen: Quarantine? I’ll give you some tips about how to survive!
    Me: (after watching it) Okay, now I’m motivated af Let’s make a video performing the 100 Most Iconic Songs of ALL-TIME!

  • Strava art ���� I accidentally planned a rather rude route on the app. It’s a fantastic hill session it’s just not PG. I haven’t run it… yet…

  • I don’t have any friends who are willing to go running with me or they just can’t keep up with my pace so my dad “coaches” me on his bike. He makes sure to give me hell and it’s honestly the most fun I’ve had with him. He truly makes my runs more fun. Thank you running channel for your tips I’ll definently try some of those today.:)

  • Motivation doesn’t last long, discipline does. If we just keep looking for the next kick to run we will run out eventually. So I think the “why” is very important. Gives you the sense of commitment and the discipline to do what you need to do even when you’re not feeling doing.

  • Any HS students having trouble with there writing assessments,  hmu. I’m currently in quarantine as a college student but can help out if you’d rather spend your time improving yourself.

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  • Struggling to be totally honest, finding myself stopping and walking a bit, something I never did before, but will keep going as I have always loved running

  • Im currently bored of running. I think its because im in a rut. Diet is getting bad and my times are therefore getting slower. Im running more because of lockdown but getting nowhere and its very disheartening. I think an event to look forward to would be a big help

  • I really had to push myself during lockdown to run solo. Audible was a godsend! And now, running with my pals….nothing is better than a run and a rant with friends.

  • Day 58 of quarantine in beijing, playing minecraft for 2 hours and eating and drawing but still isn’t bored dont be sad I’ve been quarantined longer than u:p

  • I’m appalled that Ellen is NOT practising self-isolation! She has a full audience!! People can be carriers of the virus and not know it. Shaking my head.

  • Great video,without a race to train for my running has suffered,one of my teenagers barely leave her bed let alone house,but my 16 year old son comes on his bike,it’s great to have the company and so far we haven’t crashed.

  • I live right next to Atlanta, a really amazing city of neat little neighborhoods. We also have the most urban forest of any major metropolis in the US (so, a surprising number of trails, even in the heart of the city). One of the joys of running for me is using my Saturday long run to explore parts of the city I’ve never seen. Last year, I set and completed the project of running all the streets in my town. Got to know it really well.

  • 1 Can’t do the workout my back hurts because I fell off a tree 4 days ago and hurt my back
    2 organising my closet doesn’t kill my boredom
    3 can’t work on my goals at home
    4 I have a girl
    5 no
    6 I’m not allowed to go out it’s corona
    7 I’m underage
    8 no place to volunteer at because everything’s closed

  • Ever tried orienteering for the where? The great thing is, before you go, you don’t know where you’ll be going! And it’s a race! Download MaprunF, load up a map and give it a go.

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