4. What to consider when buying a treadmill
Buying a treadmill can be a great investment in your health so it makes sense to ensure you pick the best treadmill for you. There are a few points to consider when it comes to machine quality and usage requirements to avoid costly repairs later…Click here to read more
3. How to avoid failure with your New Years fitness resolution
80% of all New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February with one of the most popular resolutions every year, to get fit.
If you don’t want your fitness resolutions to fail, one of the UK’s leading daily newspapers - The Telegraph - has some tips to help make them stick… Click here to read more
2. 4 Questions to ask yourself when purchasing second hand fitness equipment
There are always bargains to be found when looking for second hand fitness equipment.
Once motivation levels drop owners usually want to get rid of their equipment because it takes up too much room and is a constant reminder of the non-exercise routine they now find themselves in.
To make sure you pay what it’s worth, we have compiled 4 questions to ask yourself to avoid the classic pitfalls of purchasing second hand fitness equipment and to ensure if second-hand is right for you… Click here to read more
1.What to consider when buying an elliptical cross trainer
If you are wanting a full body workout then the elliptical cross trainer is for you. Elliptical cross trainers help to tone and strengthen the arms, shoulders, upper and lower back, hips, legs, thighs and butt.
Usually the more expensive the elliptical cross trainer the higher quality and more heavy duty it will be.
They come in two main styles – front and rear drive so which elliptical cross trainer is right for you?... Click here to read more