Although it is entirely possible to work out at home, it is nonetheless highly recommended to get coached in order to improve under the best conditions. If you are a beginner, it is an essential prerequisite for preventing bad habits from forming, particularly on the technical side. However, practicing at home is a good supplement if:
You want to add new workouts to your sessions at the gym.
You want to keep working on specific skills or techniques at your own pace.
You want to intensify certain aspects of your workout that you feel are insufficient during your usual time (ex: cardio, physical fitness…).
That said, let's get to the heart of the matter!
Advice by Sport