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  1. Buying Strength Equipment for Your Home

    Whether you are buying free weight equipment, or universal home gyms that incorporate several stations and many workouts, the equipment that you buy should easily give you 15 to 20 years of workouts. Home gyms are made so well these days that manufacturers are providing legitimate lifetime warranties on there products. There's no electronics on gyms, so your main concern would be a cable snapping, or parts coming out of alignment. Typically the hardest part about owning a gym is setting it up and making sure you use it. The equipment itself with handle your workouts easily - unless you're 400 pounds and taking Dianabol before workouts. Today's gyms are constructed with durable 2" by 3" gauge steel framework and tensile strength, internally lubricated aircraft cables, fiberglass impregnated nylon pulleys with sealed ball bearings, chrome plated tubular steel and cast iron weights. There's not much that can go wrong on these machines and if something does, then call the manufacturer. Al

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  2. Home Fitness Equipment Tips: Your Home Gym Buying Guide

    Hippocrates once said, "that which is used develops, and that which is not used wastes away." That statement perfectly describes the human body and its need for continual exercise and movement. One must exercise and challenge themselves through intense physical conditioning and regularly working out if they want to be in top form. Exercises that increase our pulse, such as lifting weights on strength training equipment and using cardiovascular equipment such as exercise bikes and treadmills, are quintessential exercises for people seeking optimal health. Cardiovascular exercise on treadmills and elliptical machines, as well as physical strength training with

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  3. Track Your Progress in the Gym - It Helps!

    People love statistics, especially about themselves. There's just something neat about being able to track linear progressions of our own ability. Well, hopefully it's a linear progression. There is a strong correlation between being physically fit and keeping meticulous records of your results. For one, people who analyze their workout routine with regularity are more prone to understanding why their particular exercise program is working, or vice versa. In direct contrast, people who workout with a plan and people who do not track their results in some sort of database or note-keeping-system, are far more likely to prematurely discontinue their routine, than people who keep a running journal. Just think about it; if person A records their progress and person B does not, person A is going to be a substantial favorite over B, in terms of which person is expected to religiously adhere to their training regimen. Diligent record keeping will help you analyze

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  4. Nautilus Unleashes the Bowflex BodyTower

    Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, Bowflex®, one of the worlds most recognized brands of fitness equipment, just unveiled its newest piece of strength equipment and is calling it the Bowflex BodyTower™. The BodyTower™ is the first piece of strength training equipment released by Nautilus, Inc. in the last 5 years. With a reasonable price point and the ability to provide its users with an efficient, intense workout, the BodyTower provides a total body workout for its users. Designed with a wide base and adjustable bar, the BodyTower is a body-weight exercise tower. In other words, users use their own body weight to strengthen their legs, arms, back and core.  Nautilus wanted to make a workout tower that was more effective for weight loss and unparalleled in terms of its range of exercises. Nathan Roe, Nautilus' director of marketing was quoted as saying,

    The BodyTower uniquely focuses on strength training through muscle sta
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  5. Sarah's Workout Routine

    Okay, so now I really do have to start saving, because I want a Precor EFX 556 Elliptical at home, rather than having to go to the gym to use it. The gym isn't bad, actually it’s fine, with TV’s you can watch and a track and a basketball gymnasium—although there isn't a pool. And everything seems clean enough. But the stuff I need to take with me there, and keep on me, is crazy. Bottled water, my keys, my cell phone, my reading glasses (I can’t read some of the controls without them), driver’s license, my gym card, my Ipod, a few hard candies, my tissues. . . My pockets are stuffed full. If I were at home, this wouldn't be a problem. But I did exercise, and I suppose having a track there is good. It’s a good place to warm up. I did six laps, then headed to the elliptical, and started out easy at level 1, increasing the level every 7 minutes, till I got through level 4 for only 5 minutes, then went back down to 1 to finish off. It felt lik

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  6. Transform Your Body

    Use the BodyCraft X4 and its multiple weight training stations in order to get your body looking and feeling good. Transforming ones physique takes dedication, patience and the right attitude when it comes to exercise. Purchasing home fitness equipment for you and your family can really jump-start any fitness routine. Buying fitness equipment such as exercise bikes, elliptical machines, stair climbers and all sorts of other gym equipment. It is much easier to exercise regularly if you have gym equipment at home, versus actually having to go to a fitness center in order to get fit. Plus, just knowing you have fitness equipment at home, will motivate you to workout. For instance, my friend Nick Kallenbach was having a very difficult time waking up and making it to the gym as much as he wanted to. One day I told Nick that I thought he should buy a refurbished/used Life Fitness 9500 Next Gener

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