With only two months of training experience I'd suggest not to try training technique at home on your own yet. In the beginning it's all about getting propper technique, and for that you need surveillance of the execution of your techniques by a coach. At your stage it could happen too easily to do your technique wrong when doing it alone and then get used to that wrong technique. And it's much harder to untrain a wrong technique and correct than training a new technique from start. Better wait a couple more months until you've really incorporated the propper technique, then you can train it at home.
In the mean time what you can do alone is training your general fitness which will also help you at training your technique as you won't tire as fast when training in the gym (fatique is a big enemy when training technique).
really? that kinda sucks all i wanna do is practice as much as i can