Ever been stuck inside a closet?
The other week I went back home to visit my parents and walked into my old room to find everything missing.
My little sister shifted all the contents to a walk-in closet upstairs.
My room was no longer in existence. It was replaced with shades of purple and an extensive collection of hair products.
As I ventured into the closet upstairs to claim my belongings, I was overwhelmed by the space (not the one pictured above, unfortunately).
My child-like imagination instantly took over.
What if I got stuck in here forever? What if I couldn’t get out? How in the world would I get my workouts done?
Serious questions, I know.
But the entire scenario does bring home a very important point.
It shines light on the fact that it is absolutely possible to build incredible endurance even if you had very little room to work with. With the right tools (and skills) in hand, you can put together workouts to elevate your heart rate and engage your muscles in powerful ways without the need for much real estate.
Pretty crazy concept if you think about it.
It’s refreshing to know that running is not the only option, right?
This post explores this topic. Let’s begin.