Space-Saving Home Fitness Equipment At Exercise.co.uk
When it comes to working out from home, one of the biggest obstacles is space. Some people might have garages and spare rooms to convert into home gyms, but that's not the case for everyone. And whilst a home gym or home fitness equipment is more convenient than the gym, it's only the best option if it fits.
Here at exercise.co.uk, we have a range of foldable and space-saving home fitness equipment designed so you can work out from home and not lose any of that precious space.
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When it comes to space-saving home fitness equipment, there's plenty of cardio to choose from. Whether you prefer cycling, running, rowing or a bit of cross-fit, we have foldable options for all of them that will fit into your home however you want. Perfect for beginners or those who want to add more movement to their day.
When it comes to exercise bikes, there are plenty of folding options out there. These are perfect to fold up and tuck away, either in a cupboard or behind the sofa. That way, you can get fit whenever you want, anywhere in your home, and not lose the space that other exercise bikes would take up.
For cross trainers, being foldable is not usually a feature. But at Exercise.co.uk, you can grab our BH Fitness Easyflex Folding Cross Trainer as a way to try a different type of workout that targets the whole body without losing too much space in your home.
With the fold-away legs, you can put this machine away once you've finished and workout anywhere you choose.
Foldable treadmills are more common to find than some other cardio machines. However, whilst they often fold away, they don't always save as much space as you'd like. So for people with a bit more room, we have treadmills with foldable running tracks so you can lift them up and out of the way.
In addition, we also have treadmills that fold completely flat with transport wheels, perfect for those with no space at home. They can slide under the bed, behind the sofa or a cabinet. These are the ideal way for those in flats or with kids, etc., to use fitness equipment without it getting in anyone's way.
Rowing machines are notorious for taking up space, but there are foldable, space-saving options. Whilst they don't always save you the world of space, like some treadmills, the seat and bar fold up to make space around the machine. So if you're into rowing, there are always options for you.
It's not just cardio fitness equipment that can be space-saving. Whilst there isn't as much strength equipment out there for those with little space, there are a few options you can choose from.
Space-saving weight benches are easy to get your hands on as many fold completely flat. This is perfect for anyone wanting to build muscle instead of doing cardio. However, many of the weight benches that fold away don't come with a lot of extra features. If you're looking for a bench that provides more variety and can hold more weight, there are some bench/weight rack machines that can also be folded away to save space.
Believe it or not, there are even foldable power cages for you to get for your home. These might need a bit more storage space than other items, but being able to do a full-body strength workout on a power cage and then fold it away afterwards can be a real game changer for some people.
Finally, accessories. These are the perfect space-saving home fitness equipment. Whether it's small toning weights, weight plates, yoga equipment or resistance bands, all of these can be stored away in draws or cupboards, ready and waiting for when you need them.
There are even foldable trampolines, perfect for a fun workout without losing any room in your home.
When it comes to space-saving fitness equipment, there's something for most workouts and most homes; it's just a matter of finding what suits you. If you like anything in this article or have questions, please feel free to contact us in the live chat to the bottom right.
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If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pain, or any other abnormal symptoms, stop the workout at once and consult a physician or doctor immediately.