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The Latest In-Home Smart Exercise Equipment Offers a Gym-Like Experience from Your Home

June 17th, 2019

You may be looking for a gym-like experience in your own home simply because you like the added convenience, or there may be obstacles that prevent you from getting to the gym on a regular basis. Wherever you fall in this spectrum, investing in high-quality gym equipment can be a great investment in your health.

Fortunately, there are some truly innovative types of smart home exercise equipment available today. Check out a couple of the highest rated and learn what to expect from them. Remember that getting regular exercise is just one of the many steps you can take to improve your aging process.

The Mirror System

If you want lots of variety, you want to track a wide range of metrics, and you want to take part in both live and on-demand classes, then the Mirror System might be for you. Additionally, its slim design saves space and ensures your living room doesn’t end up looking like a gym.

When it’s not in use, the Mirror System looks like an ordinary wall mirror. When in use, it becomes a state-of-art screen that provides a wealth of exercise options. The mirror aspect allows users to keep an eye on their form while working out. The system comes with everything you need, including a wall mount, stand, resistance bands, and a heart rate monitor.

There are two primary disadvantages to this system. First, it’s on the pricey side. The system currently sells for around $1,500, with an additional delivery fee of $250. There are also ongoing costs: nearly $40 per month as long as you are using it. The second potential issue is that the Mirror System does not currently have an Android app, making it a poor choice for those who do not have iPhones.

The Peloton Bike

When it comes to innovative smart exercise equipment, the Peloton Bike is hard to beat. This high-end indoor bike is Wi-Fi enabled, and has a 22-inch touchscreen tablet that can stream live classes, on-demand classes, and even competitions. According to the most recent data, more than 500,000 people use the Pelonton Bike, the app, or visit Peloton’s studio.

As with the Mirror System, the primary disadvantage of the Peloton Bike is that it can be costly. Buying just the bike will run more than $2,000 (which includes delivery but does not include tax) and users then pay a nearly $40 per month membership fee per month (with the first year of membership being required).

Those who love the Peloton Bike appreciate that within the in-home smart exercise equipment sector, Peloton has more users, more content, and more instructors than any other system. In spite of its high cost, it may provide a savings to those who are currently spending more on in-person cycling classes.

What Exercise Program is Best for You?

Whether you’re just starting out in the world of exercise or you have a regime that you would like to bring home, either of these options could be great for you. At Renew Youth we offer solutions for women and men searching for the best way to improve their lives as they age.

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