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11 Workout Moves You Can Do with Everyday Objects You Have at Home

Reader's Digest Logo By Sharon Feiereisen of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 12: Celebrity trainers Amanda Kloots and Tal Cohen know a thing or two about staying in shape no matter where or how busy you are. When she's not training clients at Studio B in New York City or filming workout videos, Kloots is traveling the globe for special events. Cohen picked up his stay-in-shape-anywhere skills when he served as a combat soldier in the Israeli army. Here the two personal and group fitness trainers show us how to use everyday household items to sneak in a full-body workout when you can't make it to the gym. That can help keep you healthy during this nasty flu season in at least two ways—avoiding germy places (the gym is a hotbed) and boosting your immunity with exercise. Check out these tips from doctors for avoiding colds and flu.

Workout at home

Celebrity trainers Amanda Kloots and Tal Cohen know a thing or two about staying in shape no matter where or how busy you are. When she's not training clients at Studio B in New York City or filming workout videos, Kloots is traveling the globe for special events. Cohen picked up his stay-in-shape-anywhere skills when he served as a combat soldier in the Israeli army. Here the two personal and group fitness trainers show us how to use everyday household items to sneak in a full-body workout when you can't make it to the gym. That can help keep you healthy during this nasty flu season in at least two ways—avoiding germy places (the gym is a hotbed) and boosting your immunity with exercise.
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