Beginner Gym Equipment


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PowerLine PHG1000X Home Gym
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Body-Solid EXM1500S Home Gym
Body-Solid EXM1500S Home Gym
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Body-Solid G1S Selectorized Home Gym
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Powerline Folding Home Gym BSG10X
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PowerLine P1 Home Gym
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Powerline P2 Home Gym
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Body Craft M300 Strength Building System
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Going to a gym for the first time can be intimidating. You have to learn to use all the equipment, and how much weight you can lift on each piece. Aside from that, you're concerned that everyone in the gym is watching you. These are just a few of the reasons that many people just starting to lift weights and work out choose to have a home gym instead. With a well stocked home fitness center, you can achieve the same high level of physical fitness as you can in the local gym, for far less money and in the privacy of your own home. Beginner gym equipment gives you a chance to become familiar with how to use each machine in the privacy and familiarity of your own home.

To start a home gym, you can either invest in a single machine that offers a whole body workout, or you can opt for a simple weight bench and a few free weights. As you advance, you can add higher weights and more specialized machines, according to your needs. Beginner gym equipment should offer a low weight setting so you can learn the proper form before you begin adding heavy weights to your workout. Be sure to read the manuals that come with complete gyms, or watch a DVD or read instructional material to make sure you're lifting your free weights properly to prevent injury and get the most out of the exercises. Begin slowly. Remember, physical fitness isn't something one achieves overnight.