Best Home Gyms 2017- Top Home Gyms Review
Nothing beats the convenience of an all in one home gym. It is the ultimate "no-excuses" piece of workout equipment. No more driving to the gym and waiting in line for the equipment, wiping off other people's sweat, or trying to make sure you get to the gym before it closes. With your own home gym you can finally get the workout you want and have those six pack abs and toned arms you've dreamed of.
The best home gyms allow you to perform a full-body workout from the comfort of your own home. Most home gyms can perform 20 to 100 exercises for both the upper and lower body. With so many options on the market, it can be difficult to decide which home gym is best for you. Fit Gear Review has the top picks for 2017 along with in-depth reviews to give you all the information you need.
Some questions to ask when deciding what type of system is best:
- What are my goals? Muscle toning, Bulking up?
- How much weight lifting experince do I have?
- How easy is the system to use?
- How much available room do I have?
- What is my budget?
Our top pick is the Bowflex PR 1000. Based on it's relatively low price and excellent customer reviews, it is the best home gym of 2016. Good for both beginners and experinced weight lifters, it provides a full body workout along with a rower for cardio work. With a 300 pound maximum user weight, it requires a 100 inch by 78 inch workout area.
Our second pick for the best home gym is the Weider Total Body Works 5000. It is the most affordable at under $200 yet very versatile. This is more suited to a beginner or someone looking to tone up or lose weight than to a serious body builder. With a 250 pound weight limit, it requires a workout area of 71 x 26.5 x 49.5 inches.
Our third pick for the best home gym is the Body-Solid Best Fitness Sportsmans Gym. It is higher priced than our other picks and is suited to both beginners and more advanced users. It requires a workout area of 64L x 47W x 78H inches.
OUR TOP PICKS