Top 5 Best Rated Home Gyms
|Model||Rating||Type||Max Weight||Exercises||List Price||Pricing|
|Pulleys||N/A||100+||$2,699||See Best Price|
|Power Rods||210 lbs||70+||$1,599||See Best Price|
|Spiraflex||300 lbs||100+||$2,999||See Best Price|
|Bodyweight||650 lbs||200+||$3,795||See Best Price|
|Standing||300 lbs||70+||$1,499||See Best Price|
Home gym Trends 2018
When we look at the chart above, three home gym trends for 2018 stand out. First, strength training at home can now be lower impact. Replacing traditional weight stack resistance, new home gyms can deliver resistance with less jolt to your frame. They use flywheels and pulleys, or Bowflex power rods, or other means. When strength training is lower impact, you need less recovery time and can achieve your fitness goals more quickly.
Another home gym trend is sleek size. If weight stacks are replaced with other forms of resistance, a new home gym can be streamlined compared with the old-fashioned variety. As shown above, dumbbells are now sold with adjustable weights too, which can save time and gym space.
A third trend in home exercise is cross-training, and new gyms can help. Like older gyms they can help you accomplish abdominal crunches, pull-downs and other strength exercises — but additionally they can integrate cardio. Reach your daily goals for strength and cardio exercise with a single seamless workout session.