With a bit of knowledge, it's possible to add a lot of muscle to your body by designing your own Home Workout Routines. The other good news is that you don't need to spend a ton of money on expensive equipment if you know what you're doing.
A terrific benefit of knowing how to design your own home workout routines is that you have absolute control over when you train. No need to wait for someone else to finish what they're doing at the bench press unit for example.
You can also design routines that are will work for you - you will always be your own best trainer with a little knowledge.
The first thing you need to know is which exercises to perform. Get that worked out, and then purchase the equipment needed to do those movements.
If you have a barbell and some plates, you can do dead lifts. This is perhaps the most effective muscle builder there is - they work your entire body from tip to toe.
I strongly recommend that you invest in a trap bar - this makes the dead lift even more effective, because it takes some of the strain off your lower back, which means it's easier to really work the big leg muscles before your back gets tired.
If you have the funds to spare, a power rack is an excellent investment. They're not cheap, but a good one will last a lifetime, and it will repay itself many times over.
If you can't afford a power rack then a set of old fashioned squat stands is a reasonable substitute. You may even find some second hand equipment, which is fine as long as it's solid and stable.
With the power rack (or aforementioned squat stands) you can now safely perform the barbell squat, the only exercise that comes close to the dead lift as a muscle builder.
I'd bet that if you asked any of the top bodybuilders in the world how they built their muscle mass, they would all have used heavy squats or dead lifts to build their bodies.
Also with the power rack, you can do the military press, a terrific upper body exercise that some rate superior to the bench press. Some power racks also have a chinning and dipping attachment, and these are two terrific upper body mass building exercises.
Next, I'd invest in a decent bench. With the bench you can now do the bench press, without doubt the most popular exercise in the world. The bench press can add slabs of upper body muscle. Some adjustable benches are solid enough when flat, but they can be a bit rickety when in the elevated position, so beware!
Do the bench press inside your power rack, and then you can train it really hard and in complete safety.
You can see that it's possible to design some really effective home workout routines without having to shell out loads of cash on expensive equipment. You actually don't need to do a lot of different exercises to build muscle - far more important is to get good at a small selection of compound exercises, and then add weight to the bar on a regular basis whilst using impeccable exercise form.
A well designed home workout routine, decent diet and plenty of rest and sleep is the secret to transforming your body and fast.
Understanding how to design and plan home workout routines that will work for your body is perhaps the most important part of bodybuilding.