Fitness 4 Home – Blog

Welcome to the Fitness 4 Home Superstore blog. Besides diet tips, healthy recipes, and different ways to maximize your workouts, we also strive to help you make the best buying decisions for your home fitness center. Learn about new fitness equipment, what types of equipment may work best for your fitness goals, and the differences between the types of equipment we carry. Our stores are centrally located, and close to Gilbert, Tempe, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Glendale, Peoria, and Ahwatukee. So, please enjoy our blog, and if you have any questions about our industry-leading cardio and strength equipment, as well as our fitness accessories, we are here to help. Learn more at one of our stores in Scottsdale, Phoenix, or our I-10 Superstore, Arizona.

ginger salmonRead more +03 February 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Diet, Lifestyle

Healthy Recipe – Ginger Salmon

Looking for something with a little more “exotic” taste, while also simple to make? Try this recipe for Ginger Salmon – and get some extra omega-3’s as well! Salmon is nutritionally dense, which means you get a lot of nutrition packed into less calories. So, adding salmon to your diet is good for keeping up with
Product Spotlight: Spirit CRW800 RowerRead more +02 February 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Fitness Equipment, Rowers

Product Spotlight: Spirit CRW800 Rower

When you decide to improve your health, your first step doesn’t have to be pounding the pavement on a grueling, long-distance run. If you join a gym, regular rowing workouts are an ideal way to work toward maximum physical fitness. Using a rowing machine can help to build and tone your muscles, strengthen your cardiovascular
Protein: Why It's An Important Part Of Your Fitness PlanRead more +01 February 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Diet, Lifestyle

Protein: Why It’s An Important Part Of Your Fitness Plan

Is your fitness plan goal to loose weight? Maybe gain muscle. Have extra energy, Or, maybe just to eat healthier. Regardless of what your goals are, one thing is common between these goals is your diet – especially protein. Protein is an essential macronutrient that is involved in a wide range of bodily functions, including
Care for Your Home Gym EquipmentRead more +31 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Flexibility & Strength Equipment

How to Care for Your Home Gym Equipment

Home fitness equipment is usually an important purchase. It’s something you buy for a critical purpose, one that is highly relevant in your life—such as getting in better shape or improving your health. That means this equipment is something valuable to you, and you want to ensure that it stays in the best possible condition,
Why Belly Fat is so Hard to LoseRead more +30 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Abs and Core Equipment, Fitness Equipment, Flexibility & Strength Equipment, Training

Why Belly Fat is so Hard to Lose

It seems that no matter how hard you exercise, how much you diet, how hard you work, your belly fat doesn’t seem to change. Love handles, which you know as those pockets of fat on your torso’s sides, never seem to go away. Here’s why belly fat is so hard to lose – and how
Workout RoutineRead more +27 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Lifestyle

Perfect Workout Snacks

To perform your best, you need food for fuel. Here are three easy ways to add healthy fuel to your workout. Are you looking for power foods to fuel your workout? First – you should try to consume about 45 grams of carbs for energy, and 8-15 grams of protein for muscle growth, whether you
Rower of the Month: Spirit XRW600 RowerRead more +26 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Rowers

Rower of the Month: Spirit XRW600 Rower

Rowing machines are a very popular way to get a great cardio workout. Using a rowing machine can help to build and tone your muscles, strengthen your cardiovascular function and increase your stamina. Rowing machines are particularly effective for older fitness enthusiasts because they place no strain on your back and joints. This month, we’re
The Best Home Exercises For Building Your ChestRead more +25 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Fitness Equipment, Flexibility & Strength Equipment, Training

How Doing Drop Sets Can Improve Your Muscle Gains

It’s easy to get caught up in a routine – and that also applies to your strength training workouts. But, the problem with settling into the same routine for each workout, is your body gets accustomed to what your asking it to do. That’s when you start to plateau, and your workouts become less effective.
Read more +24 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Treadmills

The Perfect Home Treadmill Buying Guide

Of all the pieces of home fitness equipment available, people buy home treadmills more than nearly any other type of fitness equipment. They are easy to use, functional, and are a great way to manage weight and burn calories. And, with the summer heat in Arizona, a home treadmill is the perfect way to stay
Intermittent EatingRead more +23 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Flexibility & Strength Equipment, Training

Ways to Build Bigger Biceps

Every guy wants bigger biceps. OK, maybe “The Arnold” isn’t that concerned about the size of his biceps, but otherwise, who doesn’t want to build bigger biceps? Seems pretty simple as well. Just do barbell curls until you pass out from exhaustion. Actually, there’s a better way. So, rather than limiting yourself, try these tips
Dried Fig and Fruit SalsaRead more +20 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Lifestyle

Healthy Recipe: Dried Fig and Fruit Salsa

This unique twist on salsa is filled with both color and flavor, and offers a blast of Mediterranean character. It is packed with Vitamin C, Vitamin A and potassium, and also serves as a great source of fiber. Best of all, it is very simple to prepare. (Recipe courtesy of Produce for Better Health Foundation)
Legion LP-FT100 DAP Functional TrainerRead more +19 January 2023 By Bob Lachniet in Fitness Equipment, Flexibility & Strength Equipment

Legion FT100 Primus Series DAP Functional Trainer – Now at Fitness 4 Home!

The Legion LP-FT100 Primus Series Dual Adjustable Pulley Functional Trainer features a weight stack that delivers a 2:1 resistance level to provide lower starting resistances for less experienced users. It allows for high-speed movements for sport-specific training. This functional trainer features solid-steel weight plates of 200 lbs on each weight stack. The top weight plate

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