Build your own home gym – Part 3

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BodyCraft SPT-MAG Indoor Club Group Cycle

We’ve gone over the basics for building a home gym over the last two days, starting with suspension trainiers, and as your workouts evolve, moving more into strength training with adjustable dumbells, barbells, and kettlebells. That’s great for your strength workout – but what about cardio?

There are a number of products that are great for your home cardio workouts, depending on the amount of space available. The smallest footprint product is either a bike or rower. Indoor cycles such as the Schwinn AC Performance Plus Carbon Blue are exactly like what you’ve been using at your local gym – great for cardio without breaking your budget!.

If you’re not into cycling, but are also stretched for space, consider getting a full body cardio workout with an indoor rower. Rowers like the BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine also give you a great workout, but when you’re done, can be folded up and moved out of the way, conserving floor space.

But, what if you are a runner? Treadmills like the TRUE M50 Treadmill might fit the bill. The sleek compact foot print of the True M50 Treadmill is one of the smallest in the industry, maximizing space in your home.

If you’re looking for fitness equipment for your home to help you get started on your new fitness program, Fitness 4 Home Superstore carries a wide variety of the industry’s top cardio and strength equipment, including treadmills, ellipticals, rowers, home gyms, and adjustable dumbbells & weights. Visit any of Fitness 4 Home Superstore’s 3 Valley locations to learn more!

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Bob Lachniet is the owner of Fitness 4 Home Superstore. He has been in the fitness equipment commercial and retail sales industry for over 25 years and has been owner of Fitness 4 Home Superstore since 2005. Bob truly cares about his customers and wishes to educate them on what is the right piece of equipment for their particular circumstance.

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