CERRITOS, Calif. (KABC) -- Fitness experts say your workout regime should be fun, but that can be tough if you don't really like to exercise. That's where Strength Stack 52 comes in. The program can help you get your fitness on by making a game out of exercise.
Mike Volkin enlisted in the Army the day after Sept. 11. Overseas, he was put in charge of exercise for the troops.
He created a series of body weight exercises that work upper body, lower body and cardio all in one.
When he came home, Volkin turned these exercises into a series of games to help others stay true to their workout program, and that's how Strength Stack 52 was born.
The program offers several choices on how to play. There is a dice game, a card game and a high-intensity interval game as well.
Strength Stack 52 games cost between $20-$30.
The games are great for the park, your home - with no gym needed.
Strength Stack 52 makes games out of exercise