How To Create A Robust Home Gym When You Don’t Have A Lot Of Space
You don’t really need a lot of room to create a great home workout area. Just a few square feet can be used to for a combination of cardio, strength and bodyweight training. A total-body workout space can even fit smartly into a corner of a studio apartment.
- Combines challenging cardio and strength training in one space
- Equipment with a modern aesthetic won’t look out of place
- Several different training tools ensure workout variety
- IC7 indoor cycle
- Medicine balls
- Studio deck
- Yoga mat
The Platinum Club Series Treadmill is designed to keep you engaged during your workouts. It includes integrated HD TV, compatibility with entertainment apps like Netflix® and YouTube® and it even syncs with your Apple Watch®.
The premium console helps you take your mind off of your workouts if that’s your preferred method of exercise. The Plantinum Club Series is the top-of-the-line when it comes to home treadmills.
Just Like at The Health Club
The Platinum Club Series (see above) is found in premium health clubs, but so is the Club Series+ Treadmill. The rugged cardio unit withstands plenty of miles at the gym, and it can definitely hold up to whatever you put it through at home.
Consider the Club Series+ Treadmill to be a trusted running partner for a very long time.
Close proximity to a TV makes it easy to stay entertained or follow an on-demand workout. Self-powered equipment like the IC7 indoor cycle eliminates cumbersome electrical cords and makes placement easy. Accessories like kettlebells, dumbbells and medicine balls can be used for a nearly limitless variety of strength and functional training without requiring large pieces of strength equipment.