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Bring Your Fitness Resolution to Life


Dec. 30, 2019 Men's Health

If home is where the heart is, your home gym is where you make sure your heart (and the rest of your body) is the absolute healthiest it can possibly be. Whether you have a big house with a separate room dedicated only to sweat sessions or you have to rearrange your studio furniture to be able to stretch out, you can get and stay fit at home. Home gyms can make it even easier on your schedule to squeeze in your training, but having the right gear can make all the difference. The Men’s Health team tested out dozens of products in all kinds of different spaces to pick out the best home gym gear for any and every type of setup and budget. Check out the list to find the best picks for your space—then get ready to get to work.

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Any gym worth its monthly membership fee has rows of cardio machines. Your home setup should have a solid station to work up a sweat and push your heart rate, too—but you only need to get the best of the best. You’ll never have to wait in line for a treadmill again. Click Read More for the best equipment.

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This gear is unmatched when it comes to building muscle. Whether you have a ton of square footage or just a tiny corner of your room, these options allow you to save space while using different implements for truly diverse workouts. Click Read More for the best equipment.

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Sick of living in the stone age with ancient fitness gear and sore muscles after your workouts? These gadgets and recovery tools will bring your space into the 21st century—and help you to get stronger with less discomfort.

Click Read More for dozens of items to make 2020 a year where your resolution falls to you.

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