The Top Five Reviews
In order for a piece of equipment to make it to the top five list it needs quality, value for the money spent, and ability to achieve exactly what you bought the equipment to do. These are the primary factors that will get any equipment on this list.
While most pieces of home exercise equipment retire under the bed to gather dust, a select few continue to keep their owners sweating.
1. Smooth Agile DMT X1
Quickly gaining popularity are these new style of elliptical trainers that allow for varying range of motion. Some complaints of traditional ellipticals are numbness in the feet after as little as 20 minutes of use. The dynamic range of motion created by Smooth's series of DMT machines address this problem... More
2. Total Gym 1000
Used in rehab and exercise facilities around the world. It's perfect for anyone looking to tone and strengthen their physique. Other more expensive models offer little extra to justify the large increase in price. Stick to the very reasonably priced 1000 model. Here is an example of an "As Seen On TV" produt that has stood up to the test of time... More
3. Iron Gym
The Iron Gym meets and exceeds the basic requirements to get on this list. This piece of equipment just goes to show you that you don't have to spent a fortune to get a good workout... More
4. Vision Fitness T9200
Many companies can produce a treadmill that will stand up to a brisk 30 minute walk 4 times a week, but it takes a company like Vision Fitness to produce the quality of treadmill that can handle running on a daily basis. The T9200 could stand up to many commercial grade treadmills and still come out on top... More
5. Perfect Pushup
Here we have an example of a product that will outlast most exercise equipment. They are durable, reduce risk of wrist injury, and well priced. Another nice thing about these is that you don't need to have a dedicated weight room or portion of your garage to keep these around for the long haul... More