Home Gym Guides

You can totally get fit at home with minimal equipment. However, if you are able to invest in your home workout space, it can definitely enhance your workouts an expedite your results. That's why I put together these buying guides to help you find the best home fitness equipment for your needs!

  • Woman on a rower - best budget rowing machines under $500
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    The 7 Best Budget Rowing Machines Under 500 Bucks

    A couple of months back, I posted about all the best cardio exercises you can do from home that don’t involve hitting the pavement or leaving your house. I listed rowing as one of my go-to forms of cardio. That’s because I’ve been supplementing my cardio with rowing workouts for a few months now, and it’s been fantastic! In addition to increased cardiovascular health, it’s also a full-body workout. But, I get that finding the right rowing machine can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to rowing and on a budget.  Just about anyone will tell you that the Concept2 is one of the best home rowers on the market. …

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    The 7 Best Exercise Mats for Hardwood Floors

    There are a ton of benefits to working out from home; no expensive gym memberships, no long commute to and from your workouts, and privacy to exercise where you’re most comfortable. That said, there is a little planning – and a little equipment – that goes into a functional home exercise space. Related: the Ultimate List of Home Gym Essentials And I’ve always said that if there is one most essential piece of equipment for your home gym, it’s a sturdy, quality exercise mat.  Especially if your workout space is on a hardwood floor. Trying to execute floor exercises like modified pushups and situps on a hardwood floor can be…

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    The Ultimate List of At-Home Gym Essentials

    A few weeks ago, we talked about how you don’t need a gym membership or a paid fitness program to get fit – you achieve fitness entirely on your own, in the comfort of your home. Aside from the cost savings, working out at home has other benefits. There’s more privacy, less commuting time, and you can blast whatever music you want without needing to channel it through headphones. The beauty of a home fitness space is that you can design it any way you want. It can have all the bells and whistles, or just the at-home gym essentials.  I’ve tried a ton of products over the years and…