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There are several ways in which home based exercises can be categorized. The home based exercises in question here are those that can be performed at home. They include the various free hand exercises as well as those that require the use of various types of equipment. We talk of these as being home based exercises in order to distinguish them from those that are ‘gym-based.’ Of course, that distinction can be complicated by the fact that there are people who have gyms in their homes. So a question would have to arise as to whether the exercises performed in those domestic gyms qualify to be referred to as home based exercises. That can lead to a situation where someone can argue that the only genuine home based exercises are the so-called free hand exercises (which are performed without using gym equipment). But many personal fitness experts are flexible, and they are willing to classify the home-based exercises that are carried out in home gyms as being home based exercises too.
Now, the first way in which home based exercises can be categorized is on the basis of the equipment used in undertaking them. This is where you have, on the one hand, exercises that are performed using machines (and that can only be performed using machines). The machines in question here are those which are found in gyms – treadmills, stationary bicycles and so on. It follows that the exercises in question here can only be performed by the people who have home gyms. Then we have exercises that are meant to be performed using pieces of equipment that don’t quite qualify to be termed as ‘machines’ like the various ‘weights’ that we see people lifting. We have yet another category of free hand exercises. Most of these are not performed using any machines. Things like press-ups/pushups for instance are very good examples of free hand exercises.
The second way in which home-based exercises can be categorized is on the basis of the purposes for which they are undertaken. There are some exercises that are performed for strength-building purposes. There are others that are performed with the objective of facilitating weight loss. Further still, we have exercises that are performed with the objective of facilitating the buildup of impressive muscles. Some of these turn out to be free hand exercises. Others turn out to be the sorts of exercises that are performed using machines. Whether they are free hand exercises or exercises of the variety that is performed using machines, the only thing we look at in figuring out how to classify them under this criterion is the objective for which they are undertaken.
The third way in which home-based exercises can be categorized is on the basis of the body parts they target. We have some exercises that target the abs. We have some others that target the muscles. Then we have others that target the cardiovascular system. Again, some may be free hand exercises. Others may be exercises that are performed using machines. But when classifying them using this criterion, the only thing we look at is the body parts they target.