Equipment Guide, Home Gym -


If working out in the comfort of your home would suit you best, setting up your own home gym might be the perfect solution for you. With a home gym, you have the convenience of working out on your own schedule - available for you at all times and without the crowd. Plus, you have the freedom to design your own space and choose the equipment that best fits your fitness goals and budget. You’re basically the boss!

However, setting up a home gym can be quite a project, especially if you're not sure where to start. There are so many options when it comes to equipment and I know it can be very overwhelming deciding on it and finally buying it. This is our must-have list of home gym equipment you need and it doesn’t even have to be expensive!

  1. Deadlift Equipment: The deadlift is a classic strength-training exercise that targets your entire posterior chain, including your back, glutes, and hamstrings. To do a deadlift, you'll need a barbell and weights. If you're just starting out, you may want to invest in a set that includes a set of different weights, so you can gradually increase the challenge as you get stronger. We offer a variety of deadlift equipment options, including barbells and bumper plates.
  2. Kettlebells: Kettlebells are a great piece of equipment, that can be used for a variety of exercises, including swings, squats, overhead presses, etc. They're especially effective for building core strength and improving balance. Check out our kettlebells that can suit everyone’s fitness level.
  3. Weight Bench: A weight bench is a must-have for any home gym. It allows you to perform a range of exercises, including bench press, dips, and rows, etc. You can use it to step up on it, for Bulgarian split squats, and so much more!
  4. A rack: Deciding on a rack can take days, even weeks, to find the best model to suit your needs. You should think about the space you have available as well as your training needs, as they come in different dimensions and have therefore different specifications (like maximum load capacity, for example). Look through our range of racks and find the best one for yourself, but in case you need any help, don't hesitate to contact our team, as we'll be happy to provide assistance!

Including these few pieces of equipment in your home gym will set you up for success in achieving your fitness goals. Whether you're just starting out or you're an experienced athlete, these tools will help you get the most out of your workouts. Don't forget to mix up your routine and try new exercises to keep things interesting and challenge your muscles in different ways. Happy lifting!

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