Home gyms offer the best full body workout from fat burning to muscle building. Small enough to fit in the spare bedroom, they offer a full gym workout for a fraction of the space. Now the only question is which home gym is the best home gym for you? Take a look at some of the best home gym options for every budget in 2016, then all you need to do is decide whether you want to buy or rent your gym equipment.
Inspire FT2: A functional trainer that offers just about everything you need to get in shape. For a little more than $4,000, you get the complete functional trainer including the leg extension and leg kit. It includes a bench, pull up bar, Olympic bar and dual independent weight stack so you can focus on one side of your body at a time. The dual pulley system combined with a smooth bearing system means you can focus on the exercise rather than manipulating the equipment. This set also includes a Smith Machine to help you keep track of your progress every step of the way.
Inspire M3: The Inspire M3 welcomes you to the world of multi-gyms. Retailing for just uder $4,000, this multi-gym has something for everyone. Made of commercial grade 11 gauge steel, it's as solid as you need it to be. A pulley system combined with ball bearings allows for smooth, gliding movements. This gym also includes an overhead crunch station as well as a leg curl station
M1 Multi-gym: When you need to workout, but you also want to save space and money, the M1 Multi-gym is the perfect solution. It fits perfectly in any corner of the room and offers some unique features. Because this multi-gym uses 50% cable resistance to work the muscles, users have to rely on more than strength to get the job done. Stability counts as youlearn to balance the weight while you maneuver it using the six pull point. Adjust the telescoping seat so you can do exercises sitting or lying down. This multi-gym retails for less than $2,000, which is less than a year's membership at some gyms!