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Home training equipment

I was not expecting so much traffic from my last post "Training in the time of corona."

The equipment that I linked there is mostly sold out on Amazon.

This post is more about "what's available" than actual reviews. I'm not listing prices because they have changed with demand in some cases. These bands are generally under $30, and the suspension trainer under $50.

Here's a quick breakdown of my recommended home training equipment. Unfortunately I don't have experience with these brands, but these products are available and are similarly designed.

These are very versatile. Multiple bands can be clipped easily to the same handle to increase resistance. You can get a great total body workout with this set. There is also a Heavy Duty version.


Each of these bands have their own handles. This can be convenient if you are changing bands quickly. All those handles can get bulky in the bag.


These are very user friendly, relatively light resistance, but can be "wrapped" together for much more tension.


There are still quite a few suspension trainers available- the lower-priced, home-gym-level ones are running out. The more highly priced ones tend to be more durable over time with lots of use.

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