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In this section you will find all of our home gym reviews and the most important information to decide, which home gym to buy, too:

1. Level of Fitness

If you goal is to get bigger and put on more muscle a home gym with weights, would be great. If in contrast your aim to improve your toning and to lose some weight a set of kettlebells would do better – in this case you actually don’t need a home gym. A mirror and some kettlebells, together with some instruction will be a better choice.

2. Needed amount of stations

If you are the only user of this station, you actually don’t need multiple station. You have all the time in the world for your workout. You should buy a home gym with more stations in case you are not the only user. In this case the other person doesn’t have to wait for you and/or makes you nervous. The same applies if you are unsure about the amount of weight stacks. More than one person – more than one weight stack is the rule.

3. Place or size of your home gym

If you have just limited space in your home – Ok, it’s always limitied as long as you don’t have a separate fitness room. You should have an eye on home gyms that is small, but offers all the features that you need, and all the exercise you know from the gym.   Please check the reviews in detail. There is no evaluation here, because the equipment is different.

Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym

Body-Solid Dipping Station

York B530 Heavy Duty Incline/Decline Bench

York B540 Heavy Duty 2in1 Bench and Squat Stand