• Buying fitness equipment can often be a baffling ordeal, try these tips to a stress free purchase.
  • Consider the noise level – How noisy is the equipment? Do you live in an apartment? Can your partner still hear the TV?
  • Size – Will the equipment comfortably fit in the space you have set aside? Will it stow away in a cupboard?
  • Cost – Is the equipment within your budget? Will you get the usage from the equipment?
  • Refund policy – What is the companies refund policy? If the product is defective can you easily return it?
  • Buy something you enjoy – If you hate the idea of running then don’t go out and buy a top of the range treadmill. Get a piece of equipment you will look forward to using.
  • Buy from a knowledgeable retailer – Get advice if you need it from the retailer, they should have a good working knowledge of the products they supply.
  • Buy some travel equipment – If you’re away on business or on holiday it’s always useful to have a jump rope and some resistance bands this will ensure you don’t have to miss your workout.
  • Have Cardio and Strength equipment – If you’re kitting out a home gym you need both Cardio and Weight equipment to ensure a quality workout routine.
  • Buy the best you can afford – Don’t scrimp on fitness equipment, buy the best you can afford and it will pay you back for years to come.
  • Do your research – Research the product fully before you decide to purchase.