Workout Tools You Can Use at Home


No matter how committed you are to your fitness journey, chances are you’ll still miss a gym day because… life happens. 

We are living in such a fast-paced world that maintaining that work-life balance is becoming increasingly difficult. In the process of coping with the demands of the adult world, we often neglect our bodies.

This should lead us to question our priorities. Do you prefer having millions with your health suffering? Or can you live with just enough so you can better take care of your body? But choosing one over the other is probably not the best solution.

Work stress is closely linked to weight gain so it is highly encouraged to stay active despite our workload. The next best step you can do then is to put your gym equipment right where you can easily reach for them – at home.

There is a variety of gym equipment that is not only top of the range but also compact enough to fit the cramped space of your homes.

Adjustable Dumbbells

For beginners, choose a basic dumbbell that has adjustable weights so you won’t strain your body. You can adjust these weights from 2kg to 25kg.

Home Gym Suspension Trainer

Suspensions trainers are best for a newbie. You can do a lot of full-body exercises with this equipment, like squats and lunges. This helps you utilize your body weight in doing workouts, resulting in an improvement in your balance. 

Motorised Treadmill

Treadmills are the most convenient way to do cardio at home. There is already a wide range of treadmill types out in the market that you can choose from. Some treadmills have LED and smart touch consoles, while some can even be connected to your phones through apps that keep track of your run.

Speed Rope

Probably the most compact gym equipment ever developed, a skipping rope can be your best option if bigger equipment is heavy on the pocket.  All you need is space and good stamina, which you can develop with regular rope skipping. On top of that, it can burn A LOT of calories.

Balance Ball

A balance ball should be your number one choice for core and balance training. Not only is it cheap, but it is also incredibly versatile. It can be used to improve your posture and reduce those flabs in your abdomen.

Punch Bag Set

Boxing may look fun when you watch someone hitting that punch bag, but it takes quite a strength. It’s a good cardio workout and it develops your focus and stamina. It doesn’t require much space, but mind safety wherever part of your home you decide to put it.