The best home exercise equipment to buy in 2021 – Health News Today

When gyms shut down in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, we learned that an expensive gym membership and a certified personal trainer aren’t requirements for achieving our fitness goals. Without access to weight rooms and cardio machines, it became obvious that building out some kind of home gym could help us stay active and healthy during quarantine times.

Whether you plan to never return to the gym, or will be there day one when it reopens, having some gym equipment at home is a smart move. But what exactly is worth buying for your home exercise setup? 

The options are seemingly endless, from high-end smart workout equipmentrowing machinestreadmills and ellipticals, to budget-friendly and space-saving options like foam rollersresistance bandsweightsyoga mats and kettlebells

No matter your fitness level or fitness goal, whether it’s to burn calorieslose weight, get your heart rate up, build muscle through strength training or just get healthier, we’ve got the best home exercise equipment you can buy.

Editors’ note: Because many people are now exercising at home due to the pandemic, some of this fitness equipment may come in and out of stock. Availability on Amazon and other online retailers is subject to change, but you can still find some of this home gym equipment at some brick-and-mortar stores.


Not only can this system attach to pretty much any door, but you can anchor it to rafters, trees or outdoor posts as well. No matter where you set it up, you can use it to practice and master TRX’s seven “foundational moves” (pushing, pulling, lunging, hinging, squatting, planking and rotating), all of which are meant to target core and full-body strength. 

The system’s accompanying exercise guide and online workout list help make it appealing to newcomers to TRX and seasoned practitioners alike. And, as CNET previously reported, this particular training system is fitness-trainer…