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things to Consider before buying a home gym

Before buying a Home Gym…consider this:

-There are virtually dozens of home gyms available for purchasing.
-Each home gym does so much advertising that its a matter of which one you see first to like it best.
-The gym you choose might not always be the best, be it in terms of price or the right work out.

To pick from the wide selection of home gyms it is important to do some shopping around. Do not buy the first home gym you find, there is too many choice out there to be impulsive and buy one straight away. Here is a list of the things you should note down when you are looking for a home gym:

In no particular order:

-Space your Home Gym takes up.
This is definetly important, if you live in a small apartment you do not want your home gym to take up all your space. There are some home gyms available that can be folded and hidden under your bed or put in a closet. Very comofortable.

Of course price is important. A lot of gyms try to fool you by showing low monthly prices. But what you really want to see is the total price, because as we all know monthly prices add up and you might end up paying more than you need to pay.

-Trial Times?
It is best to buy a home gym that offers a free trial period with a Full Money Back Guarantee. When you are on the free trial period work out as the gym says and if in one month you don’t see results… it is not because you are doing something wrong. It’s because of false advertisment, return it!

-Work out time
Consider the amount of time the home gym says you have to work out. If it seems like something too small it is probably false and will require more effort than that. A general good workout time is from 15 to 30 minutes. Of course the less the better, if you are on a tight schedule like most of the working population.

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