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Gym equipment doesn't have to be fancy and expensive. As long as it can help you perform to the best of your ability, it's doing its job. This array of home gym equipment — including an ab wheel, kettlebells, a stability ball, and more — won't break the bank, but it'll still allow you to lift and tone in the comfort of your own living room.
Sandbags are similar to dumbbells, kettlebells, and medicine balls for strength and endurance exercises except for one thing: The sand inside shifts around during movements. This adds an extra challenge that activates your less commonly used muscles. For cardio bursts at home, pick them up and slam them down on the ground over and over again. These Hyperwear SandBells are made of neoprene, so they're gentle on your floors.
If you've seen these straps dangling at the gym and were immediately intimidated, don't be: The TRX system is designed to help you get more out of bodyweight exercises. This specific exercise tool that you can hang up at home helps you master pull-ups, dips, and muscle-ups thanks to its comfortable, ergonomic handles.
Resistance bands are a fit chick's BFF because they can be utilized anywhere, in every routine, especially at home. Made adjustable and durable, incorporate them as a means of resistance or muscle recovery. For less than $10, these bands will last you for years of intensive training and lower-body muscle gains. Booty-band training sesh, anyone?
These slippery sliders do wonders for your core, but that's not all! Featuring a free workout guide, you'll learn how to incorporate them into upper body moves as well as leg and back workouts. They're an excellent alternative if heavy weights aren't your thing, or if a gym membership doesn't fit your budget! It's a full body workout that'll take up hardly any space in your house.
It's possible to get the bum of your dreams with this at-home squat machine by The DB Method. Let the machine guide you through the perfect squat, and yes, you'll feel the burn. This machine folds up in a pinch, so it's easy to store and keep it out of sight if you don't have a specific area designated to your home gym. Plus, it worked for Khloe Kardashian.
Foam-rolling after a workout comes with serious benefits, including muscle tension relief, increased range of motion, and injury prevention. Loosening tight muscles using just your body weight is like an effective massage without the hefty price tag.
There's a reason why gyms — from CrossFit boxes to boutique fitness studios — still stock this P.E.-class staple: Jumping rope is an easy and fun way to warm up and get your heart pumping. Plus, it takes up practically zero space. This adjustable one is just $10.00!
This soft, nonslip mat is perfect for practicing a yoga flow on low-impact days, and it works equally well for a boot camp-style bodyweight routine or post-workout stretch session. With over 9,000 positive reviews on Amazon, you can feel at peace knowing you're bringing home a tried-and-true mat that will support you through your practice.
Practicing pull-ups in front of an audience can be daunting — no matter how judgment-free your gym claims to be. The ProSource doorway trainer is great for private upper-body sessions, with 12 grips and different handles to perform various exercises. Made from high-grade steel, it can hold up to 300 pounds, no problem.
Netflix binges just got better with this at-home elliptical that's far from the clunky, humungous machine you'll find in the gym. Peddle here, peddle there! This adjustable trainer lets you go forward, backward, and target your lower body in a few different ways. The miniature machine even features a fitness monitor, so you can track how many strides per minute, total exercise time, and how many calories you've burned. Couch potato, who?
Love it or dread it, the incline bench is a classic tool for a variety of core work. Adjust it to the angle at which you perform best to hit different muscles in your arms, chest, and back during strength-training routines. Don't worry about the size — this one folds down for easy storage.
With an ab roller, you can sculpt the muscles in your abs, back, arms, and shoulders in one killer move. Kneel on the mat with your knees hip-width apart. Grip the handles — users love the cushiony foam — and roll forward, engaging your core. You may never do a single crunch again.
This punching bag comes with everything you need to start working on your boxing game — gloves and hand wraps, a bungee cord, and all the necessary parts for hanging the canvas bag. It's awesome to have for a kickass at-home routine, but it's also a gem to work off a bad mood.
Calling all those with back issues! The Swiss ball is a great resource to help you protect the spine, especially when doing exercises like crunches. Lie on it and perform countless exercises —from situps, to pushups, to bridges — where your feet would actually be placed on top.
Depending on your fitness level, choose from 10- to 50-pound kettlebells to swing at home. You can burn up to 20 calories a minute, depending on how hard you work. It's a fun and easy way to clean, press, and strengthen your way to a toned body.
The vinyl coating on these weights is floor-friendly, so you don't have to worry about them scuffing up any hardwood in your house. The dumbbells vary in weight and price, so decide if you want one pair, or both a heavy and light option, so you can strength-train on your schedule.
This 11-piece set includes five bands, from 5 pounds of resistance to 35 pounds, cushioned soft-handle grips, a door anchor, two ankle straps, and a (waterproof) carrying case. Add the amount of resistance you want to your workout, right at home!