Best Home Workout Equipment

Best In Home Workout Equipment

Best In Home Workout Equipment

Need to start workout out but don't have access to a gym?

Or

Are you just searching for the best home workout equipment to add to your new home gym?

Here are some of 

The best at home workout equipment you can get in order to execute the best home workouts.

1. Assault Bike

Assault bikes are one of the best in home workout equipment you can have in your tool box when it comes to getting a killer conditioning session in the comfort of your own home.

The feel of the assault bike provides a smooth feel of resistance that is easy on your joints but challenging to your muscles and cardiovascular system 

You can either ride at one speed for an extended period of time or you can work in some different work / rest time intervals. 

Ex Workouts:
1. 20-60min of work at a comfortable pace
2. 15-30min of 30 seconds ON and 60 seconds OFF For a number of sets or for an allotted time.


2. Rower

Rowers are another great way to get in a tough conditioning session, what makes this piece of equipment different from a bike, is the motion of rowing will work more of your back and upper body than the bike. 

So if you prefer a upper body focused workout with conditioning added to the mix, a rower is a great choice to go with.

The feel of the rower also provides a smooth feel of resistance that is easy on your joints but challenging to your muscles and cardiovascular system. 

You can also row at one speed for an extended period of time or you can work in some different work / rest time intervals. 

If one of your main goals is to work on your conditioning or cardio, this is one of the best home workout equipment you can invest in. 

Ex Workouts:
1. 20-60min of work at a comfortable pace
2. 15-30min of 30 seconds ON and 60 seconds OFF For a number of sets or for an allotted time.


3. Climber

Climbers are another great way to get in a tough conditioning session. If you are looking for a different form of conditioning than running, biking, or rowing, this is a fun alternative.

Just like biking, rowing, and running you can work at one speed for an extended period of time or you can work in some different work / rest time intervals. 

Ex Workouts:
1. 20-60min of work at a comfortable pace
2. 15-30min of 30 seconds ON and 60 seconds OFF For a number of sets or for an allotted time.


4. Dumbbells

Adding dumbbells to your home gym is a perfect tool if you want to start strength training or building muscle. 

They add variety and resistance to your workouts due to the adjustable weight and possibility for exercise choices, and progressive overload so you can continually make gains every week, month, year. 

Here’s an example Dumbbell workout you can try.

Push: Db Flat Bench Press 3 sets x 8-12 reps

Pull: Db Bent Over Row 3 sets x 8-12 reps 

Squat: Db Front Squat 3 sets x 8-12 reps

Hinge: Db Deadlift 3 sets x 8-12 reps

Core: Hollow Body Hold 3 sets x 8-12 reps

5. Exercise Bench

Having a bench in your gym gives you the ability to incorporate even more exercises to your workouts. 

For example, you can use this bench to do incline bench presses, rear foot elevated split squats, glute bridges and so much more.

6. Barbell Rack

If you want to incorporate more weight and different exercises its a good idea to have a barbell rack, barbell, and some barbell weights to give you even more exercise variety and more weight. 

These are perfect for those who would like to build strength. 

7. Barbells

Here is the barbell that you'll use with your rack and weights. 

You can do bench press variations, squat variations, overhead presses, lunges, rows, deadlifts with these while implementing progressive overload to maximize your strength gains. 

8. Barbell Weights
Here are the weights that you'll be throwing on your barbell to take your strength training to the next level. 

Its a good idea to start with a pair of each: 2.5lbs, 5lbs, 10lbs, 25lbs, 35lbs(optional), and 45lbs.

9. Barbell Locks

These will help keep your barbell weights from sliding off during exercises. 

10. Foam Roller

A foam roller is a tool that you can use everyday.

Training days, off days, before or after bed, and even during the day while youre at work or home. 

This will help you loosen up any tight areas by bringing circulation to where you need it. 

In the long run, this can help you mitigate your chances of injury and add to your overall strength and functionality.

11. Swiss Ball

Having a swiss ball is great for increasing your balance, core strength, core function, and another great way to throw in some new challenging exercises into your training regimen.

You can do crunches, dumbbell presses, planks, and many more exercises on the ball to incorporate more core training into your workouts.

12. Medicine Ball

Medicine balls can be used to work on power, plyometrics, and core.

You can throw them, use them during aerobic or plyometric movements, or even do core exercises with them such as russian twists. 

13. Resistance Bands

Resistance bands adds another type of resistance to your training as well as more exercises you can do, such as standing or sitting banded pull aparts to strengthen your upperback / shoulder blades.

The main difference resistance bands have are the increase of tension during exercises is greated with bands than with a weight (Tension remains the same throughout any exercise).

14. Mini Resistance Bands

Mini bands are also a great tool to add to your gym as it gives even more variety for exercises choices.

These bands are great for doing corrective exercises and isolation exercises. 

Example Exercises:

Clamshells

Banded Walks

Isometric Shoulder external rotations



All of the products mentioned are tools that I use everyday for myself and clients ranging from complete beginners to proffessional athletes.

If you are serious about getting your home gym outfitted with the best tools to push you further down the path to your goals, here is everything you need. 

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