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Author: Rita Liotta


Choosing the right fitness equipment is the first step many people take toward better health and fitness routines they can live with. If you make your choice wisely, your exercise equipment will provide years of healthy workouts. From simple hand held free weights to an elaborate home gym, the range of available fitness equipment is staggering and can often be confusing and complex. In this article, we’ll look at some of the most popular types of powered fitness machines and manual (non-powered) exercise gear. We’ll also give you some general guidelines for selecting home exercise equipment.
 
What type of exercise is best for you?

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This is often the hardest part of the selection process – thinking about the how you want to work out. To make an informed decision, you need to know that there are two basic types of exercise: aerobic and weight bearing. Aerobic exercise (also known as cardiovascular training) raises your heart rate, boosts metabolism and puts your body into “fat burning” mode while you do it. Aerobic exercisers include:
 
  • Treadmills
  • Elliptical trainers
  • Exercise bikes
  • Recumbent bikes
  • Pedal exercisers
  • Rowing machines
  • Ski machines like the NordicTrack
  • Stair steppers
 
Weight-bearing exercise, (also know as strength training) develops the large muscle groups of the body and actually increases the muscle mass in your body. Types of strength training machines are:
 
  • Home gym
  • Workout bench
  • Incline bench
  • Barbells
  • Hand weights (dumbbells)
  • Weight sets
  • Weight benches
  • Abdominal exercisers
 
Since muscle burns more calories than fat, building lean muscle plays an important role in weight loss. The more muscle you have, the more fat you’ll burn during a cardio workout. Your workout program should include both types of exercise to build endurance, burn fat and develop muscle mass. Next, you’ll need to select equipment that suits your lifestyle and available time.

About the Author:
Rita Liotta is a successful freelance writer offering guidance and suggestions for consumers regarding fitness equipment, home gyms, treadmills and exercise bikes. Her many articles give information and tips to help people save money and make smarter decisions. At www.1st-at-fitness-equipment.com

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