Tips For Creating A Home-Based Work Out
By Vicki McGrath, Harbinger Advisory Council Member Reprinted by permission of Harbinger (www.harbingerfitness.com)
Space, Variety, Goal-Setting Are Key In Staying Motivated Each year, thousands of people invest in expensive home exercise equipment -treadmills treadmills , stationary bikes exercise cycles , stair climbers stair climbers , elliptical trainers elliptical trainers . In 1998, Americans spent $5.5 billion on home workout machines. Typically, enthusiasm runs high in the beginning, then declines. The high-priced equipment is used infrequently, then is moved to the garage to collect dust. Makes the phrase “healthy investment” quite an oxymoron, being neither good for your health nor your wallet.