Anna Langridge from 1FitLife helps you get ‘fitness ready’ for spring by creating a home workout space for when you don’t have time, or don’t fancy going to the gym.
Home fitness equipment suppliers experienced significant growth at the end of 2020 during lockdowns. Many people were trying to keep themselves active and purchase fitness equipment to spice up their workouts.. Demand significantly outweighed supply. Luckily, stock levels are now getting back to normal.
Everyone loves a fitness gadget but space in our homes is at a premium, so what’s the best fitness equipment available for the home market but still compact enough to store tidily away after use?
We’ve tested various pieces of equipment on the market and a selection in different price brackets:
Kettlebells and Dumbbells
A functional and versatile piece of equipment that can work every muscle in the body. Make sure you execute the movements correctly by using a certified online trainer.
RRP: £8-£60 depending on weight and quality.
The Dorset based creators of this product worked in partnership with Fleur East to launch this versatile product. The W8 Gym has 10KGS of removable Dumbbells (2x 2.5KG Black, 2x 1.5KG Grey, 2x 1KG Coloured). It all packs away in a neat box too!
The Fitbench ONE has a bench top which elevates to eight positions for exercise versatility and doubles as a plyobox. The ONE features three wheels with 360-degree movement and locking feet. The product includes plenty to keep your workouts varied::
Two vinyl and chrome kettlebell – 18 & 30 lb
One slam ball – 15 lb
Three sets of FITBANDS
One 2-sided workout poster
Six sets of rubber-hexagon dumbbells – 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 lb
A little pricey but a home gym in one and great quality.
So whatever your budget there’s something out there for you, so clear a space and get summer body ready!