Whether it is fortifying the heart or losing some weight and chisel that body, kettlebells are the buzz of workout equipment. You are free to use them anywhere, from the gym to the garden. However, you should know that you will need some space to move them around to their fullest range, so do not go near any windows. The resistance part of the training means you will burn away calories without knowing. You can hope to burn around 1,500 calories doing a 60-minute session with the kettlebell. Moreover, they are cost-effective and come in all kinds of colors. This should be enough to make kettlebells your new best workout buddy.
2. Multi Gym
Most multi-gyms originate from different equipment with different weights that are coupled into one unit. You can quickly work out every muscle with one of these, and the real catch lies in the fact that you can keep one at home if you have space. To make your workout more challenging you can also develop your circuit routine with the various weights available or target specific areas. The options are all laid out there for you, which makes it a versatile piece of workout equipment.
3. Rowing Machine
If you are a fan of putting runner shoes on and doing a good cardio workout, you could do much worse than look at the rowing machine. This offers a great all-around workout, that will include your legs, arms, shoulders, core, and shoulders, all at the same time. You can also change the intensity to suit your tastes, and again this piece of workout equipment is something you could have in the house or use in the gym. It’s fast, simple and worthwhile, but do make sure not to strain your spine.
4. Vintage Medicine Ball
Now, they give out a great feel at home. However, while being a super neat item to have in your porch to show your friends, more importantly, it will help you work on your core region. You can do a variety of exercises with them, from a set of sit-ups which require throwing the ball upwards, to twists and turns to work your obliques and abs. Having one of these gives you no excuse not to strengthen that core and get neat abs.
5. Resistance Bands
They are so simple to use and store it’s absurd, but resistance bands are easily neglected. They are available in varying resistance, and the real catch is that you can modify them and their resistance level to suit whatever exercise you want. You can use them to work on your upper and lower body, as well as work on your flexibility and resistance to injury. The beauty of this workout equipment lies in their versatility because you can take on a variety of exercise and integrate it into the activities that you’re already doing. Also, you can use bands anywhere.