:: Fitness - Exercise Equipment
bicycles work the legs through the pedaling motion of
a bicycle. Some models are used sitting upright, others recumbent
you walk or run at varying speeds. Some models simulate inclines
of various degrees, and many incorporate timers.
Nordic ski machines
simulate the motion of cross-country (also called Nordic)
skiing and exercises the legs and arms simultaneously.
/ climbers duplicate the motion of climbing up a flight
of stairs. Some add upper- body exercise by simulating a pull-up
climbing motion with the arms.
trainers are sort of a cross between a ski machine and
a stairstepper, and put your legs and feet through a circular,
machines work the back, arms and legs.
Strength Training Equipment
weights are among the most common forms of home exercise
equipment. Free weight equipment included dumbbells,
weight becnhes, free
weight cages, exercise
& attachments and more...
Multi-station machines, also known as "home
gyms" typically use resistance created by either
rubber resistance or cables attached to plated weights or
Bands and tubing are lightweight ways to strength train at
your home, office or while on the road.
Miscellaneous Fitness Equipment
rate monitors provide motivation, feedback and help you
monitor exercise intensity.
Exercise or stability fitness
balls have proven very effective for balance and flexibility
Equipment based on the patents of exercise pioneer Joseph
Pilates produces both strength and flexibility benefits.
Strollers are for parents who want to run with their little
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