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The Best Swimming Pool Exercise Equipment

November, 2016 • By

Do you suffer from joint pain and are looking for a way to exercise that is easy on the joints? How about if you live in an area where the climate is warm and doing cardio outside is just impossible to do? Or maybe you just like being in the pool? Well if you answered yes to any of these then you may want to look into getting some swimming pool exercise equipment.

Exercising in the pool is easy on the joints due to the buoyancy making you lighter, keeping any impacts at a minimum amount of force. The cool water may also help ease pain on inflamed joints. It also has some other noted benefits such as improving your lung efficiency, improving mental health, and targeting muscle groups you wouldn’t otherwise hit during traditional cardio like running. Also, if it’s too hot out you can still push yourself cardio-wise in the cool water. Whatever your reason, here is a list of some of the best swimming pool exercise equipment you can buy.READ MORE


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12 Great Choices For Exercise Equipment For Kids

November, 2016 • By

With winter coming up one big concern for parents will be keeping their kids active while having to keep them indoors to protect them from the cold. One way to do this is to buy exercise equipment for kids. There is fitness equipment made specifically for children, and the majority of them can be set up indoors. That way kids can stay inside, play, keep fit, and not have the risk of getting frostbite. The following list will go over 12 different choices you can make for exercise equipment for kids. None of them are necessarily better than the others, it’s up to you what you think will be the best choice for your child’s fitness. READ MORE


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8 Quality Exercise Equipment Mats

November, 2016 • By

If you are going to buy home gym equipment then one of the first things you will need are exercise equipment mats, unless you like dents and scratches in your floor. It seems no matter how careful you are, sooner or later a weight slips off and bangs onto the ground. Now whether or not that weight does any damage is up to you. If you leave your floor bare you may put a dent in it. If you are on a concrete floor you could chip the floor or the weight. Either way nobody wins.

Getting a good set of exercise equipment mats can prevent floor damage from happening. Not only can exercise mats protect your floor, they can provide superior grip compared to bare hardwood, tile, or concrete. This grip can be the make or break difference between you setting a new record on your squat or falling on your ass. Some of them are even made to help dampen vibrations, making your workout quieter. This way to can sneak in a workout at night without waking anyone up! Here are a few quality choices for equipment mats if you are looking into setting up a home gym.

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