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What Sporting Goods to Choose for Home Fitness?

Poor environmental conditions, constant stress and a sedentary lifestyle make problems with the spine, heart pathologies and the appearance of excess weight. However, there is often no time to visit sports clubs, and not everyone can afford to install massive equipment at home, that’s why it’s time to buy sporting goods.

How to choose?

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If a person has made a firm decision to have a healthy lifestyle and play sports, then you should not go to the store and buy the first sports equipment that comes across. Before buying home equipment, you should consider many nuances and study the main characteristics of the proposed models – only in this case you can choose the best model.

Jump rope

The undeservedly forgotten jump rope is the simplest and cheapest projectile, which can be compared in terms of efficiency with a full-fledged simulator. The fact is that this “toy” gives a rather high aerobic load on all the muscles of the legs, back, buttocks, abs and arms.

Hoop

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For those who want to get rid of extra volumes, a hoop was invented. The modern sports industry has seriously modified it, providing the inner surface with a large relief. The tubercles act on the waist, have a massage and draining effect.

In order for the result not to be long in coming, you need to practice daily for at least 30-45 minutes.

If a person does not have initial physical fitness, then the first time the training should last 5-7 minutes with short breaks.

Strength training equipment

To lose weight at home, you can purchase many compact simulators. But with power options, the situation is not so simple, because almost all the necessary equipment takes up a lot of space and simply cannot be placed in typical city apartments. Available options for simulators are only bars and dumbbells with weights.

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