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When you are purchasing exercise equipment for your home gym there are many options to consider. For cardio equipment, you may wish to have a treadmill or elliptical. Weight training will require you to purchase dumbbells and a bench. Dumbbells and exercise machines can be expensive when purchased at regular retail prices. Alternatives to retail include discount dealers or purchasing used equipment. There are other supplies that you may wish to buy for the new home gym as well. The following are key terms to consider before you make any purchases.

  • Heart Rate Monitor - A monitor that measures your heart rate. Treadmills and elliptical machines may include heart reate monitors that you can grip onto. A more effective monitor is one that is sold separately that attaches to your chest.
  • Body Mass Index - A measurement that is used to determine how healthy your weight is based on your height. The formula is your weight in pounds multiplied by 703 and divided by your height in inches.
  • Maintenance-Free - A term that refers to treadmills that have a laminated deck. A treadmill without a laminated deck may require you to lubricate with wax on a regular basis to maintain operation.
  • Dependent Motion - Typically refers to a stair master or elliptical in which stepping down on one stair will raise the other stair.
  • Courses - These are included on exercise equipment as predetermined workouts. Courses are designed based on difficulty. As the workout starts to become easy, you can move to a more difficult course to keep the exercise fresh.
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    Soloflex Inc
    570 Ne 53rd Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    (503) 640-8891
    Sports Authority
    18085 Nw Evergreen Pkwy, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 614-8316
    Sports Authority The
    2780 Sw Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 644-9800
    Fitness Shop
    12012 Sw Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 641-8892
    Bike N Hike
    10120 Sw Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 646-6363
    Exercise Equipment Northwest
    11685 Sw Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 644-0615
    Shaw Ogie Fitness
    6800 Sw 105th Ave Ste 206, Beaverton, OR 97008
    (503) 649-2800
    Aer Fitness
    14915 Sw 72nd Ave Ste 100, Portland, OR 97224
    (503) 646-8433
    Premier Fitness Products
    3407 Ne 113th St, Vancouver, WA 98686
    (360) 574-6524
    Sports Authority
    1766 Jantzen Beach Ctr, Portland, OR 97217
    (503) 978-1141
    Exercise Equipment Northwest
    1206 N Hayden Meadows Dr, Portland, OR 97217
    (503) 286-1292
    Fitstudio by Sears
    700 Sw 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204
    (503) 241-6422
    Northwest Fitness
    1338 Ne Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
    (503) 231-1330
    Play It Again Sports
    8101 Ne Parkway Dr Ste A1, Vancouver, WA 98662
    (360) 260-9440
    Jfit Com
    11304 Ne 66th St Ste 101, Vancouver, WA 98662
    (360) 896-1300

    Retail stores that sell exercise equipment, carry a variety of workout machines and weights. This makes it possible for people to purchase the items that they need for their home gyms. In addition to the traditional dumbbells, stationary bikes and treadmills, many consumers also purchase products for pilates and other popular fitness routines like yoga. Many exercise equipment retailers can give you access to a variety of cardio machines, including treadmills and elliptical machines. Treadmills and elliptical machines are useful for people who would like to lose fat through cardio and high intensity workouts. The store might also sell free weights that you can use to improve muscle strength. However, the specific type of dumbbells, weight benches and free weights that a dealer stocks, can vary from dealer to dealer. Many exercise retailers will also carry equipment that can help you stretch your muscles to make your body more flexible. This could be an important part in your personal or sports training because flexibility can help prevent injuries. You can learn more about stationary row boats, mats and other items that retailers sell by searching online for their websites. These websites might give you access to a store’s full catalog and inventory of exercise and health equipment. The websites should also help you determine whether the company sells used products as well as new machines. Used machines are often sold at cheaper prices, so you could save money by purchasing from these stores. You might also want to search for consumer forums to read reviews of the retail stores and the exercise equipment that these dealers sell.
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