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I don't walk and even when I plan to walk I just say I will do that tomorrow and I don't. So I say to myself I should try something at home. I don't want to buy anything, do you know any workouts that I can do easily at home and can benefit me as good as walking? I need to lose weight and get my stomach fit.

If you know any good website (even if I should pay) to see good workouts at home, please tell me about it.

Thanks.

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It sounds like you need motivation as well as a workout plan, there are several of those, my favs are dailyburn.com and dailymile.com –  BlackICE Jun 30 '11 at 18:13

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You can try You Are Your Own Gym by Mark Lauren Body Weight Exercise at home and you don't need to buy any gym tools.

You can start exercising it by doing ladders easily first then gradually getting better and better after you're used to its muscular endurance practice.

I got my core fitter/tighter by doing this. I couldn't lift my body to do just one push up a year ago, last night I just realised I can do classic push up correctly for 60 times and the total is apparently growing as long as I practice it dilligently. I'm also used to lunges and squats nowadays to make my feet stronger and I'm happy :-)

I do this exercise when I'm worried it's gonna rain on the road if I walk/jog outside.

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Running, jumping jacks, lunges, burpies, mountain climbers, squats, situps

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Can you add some more context and information to your answer? What makes these exercises a good replacement for walking outside: does it work out all the same muscles, effect heart rate the same, etc? –  Nathan Wheeler Jul 3 '12 at 18:36

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