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Exercise Equipment falls into two categories based on the type of exercise provided: cardio equipment or strenght training equipment. Both types of exercise, along with stretching, are essential to a balanced and effective fitness routine.

Cardiovascular, or cardio, exercise helps to keep your heart healthy and burn fat by raising the heart rate. Cardio exercise equipment includes stationary bikes, treadmills, elliptical trainers, and stair climbers. Regularly varying the type of cardio machine you use will help you to exercise more effectively by routinely exercising different muscle groups.

Exercise equipment for strength training is more varied. Free weights, weight machines, and balancing or resistance equipment can all be used for strength training. Weight training helps to build muscular strength and helps to maintain the results of cardio exercise.

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Do you hate paying for an expensive gym membership? Or perhaps you are a bit introverted so you prefer to work out in private. Or maybe you hate having to go to the gym and sharing equipment with so many other people.    There are a host of reasons why a person might prefer working out at home rather than...

Bowflex TreadClimber Review

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Bowflex TreadClimber is one of the most popular selling brands when it comes to workouts. We have had questions about it and thought it would be a good idea to do a review style informational piece on it so you have all the information before you spend your money on maybe another piece of equipment that you may or may...

Body Shaker Vibration Plates

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A newer more advanced technology using vibration stimulus emerged late in the year 2000 and became known as Whole Body Vibration (WBV) training. It’s actually not that new as the technology was developed in the 1960’s by scientist working on the prevention of osteoporosis. At that time it was known as Rhythmic Neuromuscular Stimulation and was also used to train...