Still Reach Your Fitness Goals With A Budget-Friendly Home Gym

Starting a home gym is easy when you can find the equipment at a good price. Take a look at these affordable products that can get you started.

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ProForm 6.0 RT Treadmill

Treadmills can be very expensive and take up a lot of space. But if you're strapped for cash and room, this affordable treadmill can fold up and be stored out of the way when not in use. There are 16 programs to choose from, so you can try out a new workout every day without worrying about getting bored. Other features include upper-body resistance bands, adjustable incline, heart rate monitor, and an MP3 port. If you're going to invest in a home gym, you want to stock it with exercise equipment you'll actually use, and this budget-friendly treadmill is one of our favorites. ($400; bedbathandbeyond.com)

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10-Piece Dumbbell Set With Floor Rack

Tone your arms with a dumbbell set that can take your workouts to the next level. Weights range from 1 to 10 pounds, allowing you to feel the burn for a variety of exercises. Did you know that low weights with high reps can actually be more effective when it comes to toning your upper body? Don't feel like you need to add 30- or 50-pound weights to your arsenal to build muscle. This 10-piece set also comes with a floor rack, so you can keep your new home gym organized at an affordable price. ($165; jet.com)

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Best Fitness Ab Bench

One of the most important, but often neglected, aspects of fitness is core strength. This single ab bench comes with three incline positions, allowing you to complete a variety of core- and back-strengthening exercises. An ab bench can replace a lot of single-use machines you might find at the gym. You can even up the intensity of your crunches by incorporating dumbbells or medicine balls. This low-cost ab bench will be a staple in your new home gym. ($155; jet.com)

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Ader Vinyl Kettlebell Set

Kettlebells are good weights to have because they can be used in cardio, strength, and flexibility training. If you want to challenge yourself with a little more weight than the dumbbell set, these kettlebells come in 12, 15, 18, and 20 pounds, so you can alternate in between reps. Kettlebells are a good start to get the most bang for your buck for your home-gym equipment since different kettlebell exercises can target shoulders, back, hips, glutes, legs, arms, and abs. ($133; amazon.com)

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ProForm Aerobic Stepper

Step up and stay in shape—without breaking the bank—with a new stepper. This aerobic stepper can be adjusted at 30, 41, and 46 cm tall. The non-slip top will help keep you stable whether you are completing stepping or jumping exercises. You can really work your legs by implementing this stepper into your workout regimen. Not sure where to start? Find instructional videos at www.ifit.com/videos for exercise routines you can complete in the comfort and privacy of your home. Implement this stepper into your workout and find instructional videos at www.ifit.com/videos for exercise programs to fit your needs. ($60; jcpenney.com)

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Chin-Up Bar

As long as you have a doorway and 20 bucks, you can get a quality workout with affordable equipment. Pull-ups are a great upper-body workout and can take place right in your doorway with this chin-up bar. The rubber ends keep the bar stable, minimizing the risk of falls, and the adjustable design fits most doorways, extending up to 36 inches wide. The soft foam pads cushion your grip for a more comfortable workout that won't tear up your hands. This chin-up bar can also be mounted low for sit-ups. ($21; kohls.com)

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Magnetic Rowing Machine

You don't have to live near water or own a boat to get an excellent rowing workout. Rowing machines offer a great calorie-burning cardio workout that may be a nice change of pace from your typical routine. This machine has magnetic resistance and nine pre-installed workouts with the ability for you to add your own custom programs to keep you motivated. The built-in screen lets you track your stats and heart rate. Portable and affordable, this rowing machine easily folds up and can be stored away when not in use. ($21; kohls.com)

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P90X Pro Grip Exercise Ball

An exercise ball is an affordable piece of equipment with multiple uses. Do crunches, lift as a weight, or sit on at your desk to improve your posture. This exercise ball has a stable grip and durable construction for good control. A pump and instructional guide is included, too. Strengthen all parts of your body with this versatile exercise ball, and get the most out of your workout with these exercise routines. ($45; jcpenney.com)

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Exercise Gym Mat

This 10-foot mat was made for gymnastics, but its versatility makes it a very good addition to a home gym, too. Opportunities are endless with a mat this size to do yoga, Pilates, or work out to your favorite exercise video. This mat is also ideal for stretching, push-ups, and crunches. You can even protect your floor by lifting heavy weights on this mat to avoid scratches on the floor's surface. Easily fold up and store this mat when you're not getting your fitness on. ($70; jet.com)

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High Density Foam Roller

Just because you're exercising at home doesn't mean you get to neglect some post-workout TLC. After your at-home sweat sesh, relieve your sore muscles with a foam roller massage. This inexpensive roller can provide firm support for all body types and is great for reducing tension and knots in your muscles, especially after high-intensity training. Bonus: Foam rollers can also be used for strengthening and flexibility exercises. Use on your back, calves, hamstrings, glutes, and other parts of your body that need a little extra love. ($9; prosourcefit.com)

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