Diksha is unstoppable, progressive and quite fearless when it comes to training and in every aspect of her life.
She has been practicing strength training for more than 2 years. Recently, she won "Mrs. India Earth" at runner-up position and was also awarded the subtitle of “Mrs. Body Fit.”
One of the most convenient features of cross-training is the flexibility and ability to practice in different locations. A big relief is that every time you need to work out, you don't have to rush to your good ol' gym which we all agree can get not just boring and monotonous but also quite heavy on the pocket. Well, thank god for Cross-Training. It's accessible, fun at the same time.
1. Practice at Home
For a beginner, a pair of dumbbells, kettlebells, a stability box, a plyometric box, a medicine ball is enough for you to perform a lot of variations from the comfort of your home.
2. Practice in a Club
Along with the above list of equipment, add barbells, plates and pull-up bars to complete a club set for you to perform efficiently.
3. Practice Outdoors
The resistance band is the apt product to perform outdoors since it is easy to carry around and can be hung on to a variety of objects, say a tree for example. If you don't want to carry around a lot of items, a resistance band will serve the purpose because you can perform a variety of exercises with it.
4. Practice in a Cross-fit Box
A CrossFit Box is essentially a Crossfit Center that consists of a variety of equipment. It doesn't require a lot of machines but more individual equipment like tyres, dumbbells, pull-up bars, a fit bar etc.