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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. From Sidestreets to Treadmills

    I'd always considered myself the out-doorsy type, and never taken much to gyms or workout equipment for that matter. About 2 months ago, I found myself skipping out on my daily jogs, by lack of motivation. After deciding that a gym membership might inspire me to exercise, since after all I would be paying $30 a month, I couldn't be happier with my decision. I go at least four times a week now, and exercise all parts of body that simply jogging did not sculpt. After about an hour on the elliptical, weights, treadmill, and crunches, followed by a 15 minute hot tub session, I've never felt so revived. I can also pay attention to the numbers of calories and miles I'm burning, and build plans for each week to exceed the previous. I have an entirely new respect for gyms and trainers now, and can't wait to start building my own home gym soon!

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