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Step up to the challenge: How to turn your home into a gym using your stairs, sofa, and chairs

In the final part of our Reboot Your Body series, Eva Hall reveals how you can substitute household objects and your own body weight for gym equipment

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Eva Hall trains at home with bottles of detergent as free weights

Eva Hall trains at home with bottles of detergent as free weights

Eva Hall trains at home with bottles of detergent as free weights

There are two clear tribes forming as the pandemic rumbles on. If you're like my other half, who is currently bereft that he hasn't been able to run in three whole days due to an injured ankle, you're in Tribe 1.

If you're like me, and you're putting off working out until your new exercise mat arrives - because how else can you possibly workout at home without a soft, cushioned, Lycra rollout? - you're in Tribe 2.

Unfortunately for those of us in Tribe 2, there are myriad ways to work out at home with no equipment if you look at your soft furnishings as a circuit course.