Home gyms once meant a bench and a few dumbbells. Today's sophisticated units can offer multiple stations and dozens of workout options. Users choose from dumbbell exercises and horizontal bench exercises to sports specific routines and rehab exercises. Go for presses, inclines, squats, rows and more.
Because space at home is at a premium, these gyms are often designed to fit against a wall or into a corner. Easy change-outs are built in, making for efficient workouts. Larger units support multiple users or allow a single user to move easily from station to station. Comfort and safe operation are hallmarks of these solidly-built, highly adjustable units.
Complete home gyms include a wide array of workout options in a compact space. Mechanical resistance is often provided by adjustable weight stacks connected to cables. Selectorized home gyms targets specific muscle groups and dispense with the changing of cables and weight plates, making transitions between exercise types even easier.
Available space is always a consideration when selecting a home gym. Also consider ease of assembly. While all are built for stable use, the weight of storable units should be kept in mind. Range limiters and resistance options can lead to deeper muscle penetration. Home gym accessories, such as lat bars and leg press options, are available for many units.
Choosing a home gym is where your fitness dreams meet state-of-the-art equipment.
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