If you would like to perform some or all of your workouts at home, it makes sense to use an in-home trainer. This is because the in-home trainer can work with you in the same setting and with the same equipment and conditions that you will have access to for your home workouts.
For example, the dumbbells and resistance bands you use at home might be different from the ones at the gym. Furthermore, the trainers at Home Bodies Personal Training quite often give you exercises that use your home as a "piece of equipment" such as: step-ups on the stairs, dips off a chair, or push-ups against a counter top. For advanced exercisers, the trainer may request that you purchase additional items that the gym doesn't even have, such as parallets or home rings. Being at home allows you to customize your workout and not pay for anything you don't need or use. And the best part is, the equipment is yours forever!
By using Home Bodies Personal Training, you will also enjoy the convenience of having the trainer come to you. If you only have a certain amount of time per week you can dedicate to exercise, working out at home just makes sense! The time you would have spent driving or changing into a "gym worthy" outfit could have been spent working out! The primary reason that people give up on exercise is lack of time. Research shows that, if a gym is more than 5 minutes away from you, your odds of sticking with it are pretty abysmal.
Home workouts do it one better! You can still be a member of a gym if you like, but it's a good idea to have an at-home "back up plan" for times when you can't, or don't want to, get yourself to the gym.