Affordable Fitness Equipment For Squeezing In An Effective At-Home Workout
You don’t need a pricey gym membership to get fit this new year. With this fitness equipment from Walmart, starting an at-home exercise routine has never been easier — or less expensive.
Price and product availability subject to change.
What To Buy Now
Xterra Fitness TR200 Folding Treadmill
Make your fitness a priority this new year by treating yourself to a home treadmill, like this one. This affordable option still has everything you’d want in a treadmill (like an LCD display, multiple speed settings and programs, and handlebar heart monitors), but for way less. Bonus: This folding treadmill is also on wheels, so you can easily store it away when it’s not in use.
Buy It! $350; walmart.com
ProForm 400 SPX Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike
Spinning is a great low-impact exercise that will have you feeling healthier this year — but there’s no need for expensive machines or boutique spin memberships to reap the benefits. Instead, opt for this ProForm Exercise bike. Its cushioned seat is fully adjustable to fit any height, and its pedals and brakes are designed to mimic a real outdoor bicycle. Plus, you’ll also receive real-time stats via an integrated display, so you can keep track of your progress.
Buy It! $299; walmart.com
Elite Boxing Gloves
Boxing is an incredible way to build upper-body muscles and strengthen your core (while also blowing off some steam at the end of a long day). These pro-style boxing gloves from Elite are are built with comfort in mind and made with 100 percent leather and shock-absorption material to protect your hands and wrists. Add this punching bag for an even better at-home workout.
Buy It! From $58; walmart.com
Nordictrack 50-lb Adjustable Dumbbell
Sure, you could buy a whole collection of dumbbells, or you could save space and money by opting for this adjustable version. Choose between 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50 pounds, and switch up the weight as you like. One of the most rewarding parts of starting a fitness routine is tracking your progress, and this dumbbell set makes it easy to see how strong you’ve become.
Buy It! $100 (orig. $167); walmart.com
BalanceFrom Resistance Loop Exercise Bands
From stretching to strength training, resistance bands are among the most versatile (and affordable) fitness accessories. The set of seven bands varies in resistance and comes in a convenient carrying bag with instruction cards. Keep them at home or use them on the go for a quick and effective workout wherever you are.
Buy It! $8 (orig. $12); walmart.com
Bosu Sport Trainer
Working to improve your balance helps to build core strength and protect against possible injuries. That’s why no home gym is complete without a Bosu trainer, like this one, which helps you tone and strengthen your body while also improving your stability and agility.
Buy It! $75 (orig. $99); walmart.com
Everyday Essentials Flooring Puzzle Exercise Mat
A home gym is nothing without the proper flooring. These interlocking tiles form an exercise mat (ideal for covering carpeting or hardwood floors) that has a textured, grippy surface so you’ll never have to worry about slipping. Plus, EVA foam is both lightweight and easy to assemble, so protecting your floors and yourself is a quick and simple process.
Buy It! From $11 (orig. from $20); walmart.com
Sunny Health & Fitness Foldable Exercise Bike
Don’t limit yourself to just a lower-body workout when you’re on the exercise bike. This full-body machine offers arm resistance bands, too, so you can also tone your upper body while you’re cycling. Simply adjust the pedal resistance to customize your workout as the machine monitors your speed, distance, exercise time, and heart rate.
Buy It! $159 (orig. $199); walmart.com
Gold’s Gym Adjustable Step Deck
Who knew such a simple piece of equipment could have such a positive effect on your health? Step decks are great for elevating your heart rate, burning major calories, and improving your cardiovascular health. This Gold’s Gym version is adjustable, too, and has a textured non-slip surface, so users of all fitness levels can customize it to their needs while reducing the likelihood of slips and falls.
Buy It! $28 (orig. $35); walmart.com
CAP Barbell Coated Hex Dumbbell
No at-home gym is complete without do-it-all dumbbells. The easy-to-use weights can target the arms, chest, back, abs, and legs depending on how you use them. This highly rated set has a hexagonal head shape that prevents the weights from rolling and durable, textured coating for a no-slip grip. Starting at just $3, we suggest stocking up on a few different pairs.
Buy It! From $3 (orig. from $13); walmart.com
Weslo Cadence G 5.9i Treadmill
You’ll never have to work out alone when you use this high-tech treadmill. When you sign up for its corresponding iFit membership, you can enjoy integrated, individually-tailored workouts with a virtual personal trainer, along with online studio classes sent to you throughout the day. If you prefer to work out on your own, this is still a great traditional treadmill, with joint-protecting Comfort Cell cushioning, pre-programmed workouts, and inspired-by-nature incline climbs. Plus, it can fold up and stow away, saving you money and space.
Buy It! $298 (orig. $499); walmart.com
SKLZ Self-Guided Exercise Fitness Kit
Everything you need to kick-start your at-home fitness routine is in this kit. It comes complete with essential equipment that will work every part of the body, from a stability ball to resistance bands to an exercise mat. Not sure where to start? Each piece of equipment features easy-to-follow workout instructions for an effective full-body routine — no prior knowledge necessary.
Buy It! $35 (orig. $68); walmart.com
Xterra Fitness FB350 Folding Bike
Less is best when it comes to at-home fitness and this folding bike will help get you moving without any complicated programming necessary. This wallet-friendly stationary bike offers eight levels of resistance, with heart rate monitoring to make sure you’re biking at a safe level and calorie feedback so you know how many calories you’ve burned. Plus, the display runs on batteries, so you don’t have to worry about another piece of equipment running up your electrical bill.
Buy It! $113 ($139); walmart.com