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Want to build an at-home gym but you’re also on a budget? Here are my go-to items to collect!
You don’t need fancy equipment to build an at-home gym. And, you don’t need to buy everything at once.
We’ve been building our home gym for about 3 years now and we’re not done yet.
There are still things I want to buy and add to our gym, but our budget dictates we take things slowly.
At-Home Gym Equipment You Can Buy On A Budget
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Dumbbells are the first thing I would add to my at-home gym. You can easily get one set at a time and build up until you have what you need.
A jump rope is the 2nd piece of equipment that I would buy to add to my at-home gym. You can take this piece of equipment with you anywhere.
Next is a yoga mat! You don't need anything fancy, but having something to lay on that's not just the ground definitely helps.
If pullups are your goal then one of these will be very beneficial for you! And, it's cheaper than getting an entire machine or stand.
I love these for many reasons. I've used them for glute work, push-ups, and even chest workouts with dumbbells.
These are fantastic. You can get an entire workout in with this single piece of equipment. It's compact enough to bring in your trunk as well.
These are handy to have if you workout indoors. Attach them to a door and get your workout in. Be sure to read the instructions!
Battle ropes will wear your arms out in a quick minute. Give these a shot if you want to toast your arms and shoulders!