You don’t need equipment for strength training
Everyone can benefit from building stronger muscles, and that includes people who want to lose weight or who do cardio exercise regularly. “If you’re really looking to get healthier, you need to add strength training to your walking or running workout,” says Dwayne Wimmer, personal trainer and owner of Vertex Fitness in Bryn Mawr.
Do strengthening exercises 2 to 4 days a week. You can add these body-weight moves to your walking or running workout, or do them on their own for a quick toning session.