If you’re sure you want to start a home gym, you’ll want to cover the main food groups: cardio, strength and flexibility


How should I kit out my home gym?

A Start by considering your space, your motivation and your budget. Wasting money on a gym membership you never use (but which gives you access to a wide selection of non-rickety machines) might actually prove to be better value than filling a room with metal.

If you’re sure, you’ll want to cover the main food groups of sweating: cardio, strength and flexibility. Naturally, start with the options we’ve reviewed on p76. Beyond those, an elliptical trainer, used in both

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