(PRWEB) March 19, 2014
The Home Workout Ideas website was created to assist those who prefer to perform their exercise workouts outside of the gym, whether that is at home, outdoors, or whilst on the road. As part of its latest published content was a report and a series of reviews aimed at helping the site’s readers find the best suspension trainer for performing an effective workout at home.
The guide includes a comparison of the most popular pieces of home exercise equipment of this type, as well as comparing the features and value for money of the products. A number of writers were involved in the compiling of the review, each of which had hands on experience with the products. Those carrying out the reviews were all at various levels of fitness, allowing the needs of those with a range of experience with exercising to be covered.
“Taking part in this series of reviews was great fun, but also very challenging,” one of the writers at the Home Workout Ideas website proclaimed. “I’ve not done any training of this type before and using the suspension straps was a real eye opener,” he continued.
The guide to help determine the best suspension trainer available focussed on the top selling products of this type, and put each of the included items through their paces to find out which one was the best. Some of the models included were products from TRX, Woss, and Rip 60, as well as the ever popular Lifeline USA Jungle Gym XT trainer.
“Although the TRX suspension trainers are the most expensive and most well-known of the products we looked at, we were surprised to find out that there was another product that was equally appealing” the editor of the website revealed. “By spending half the price of the most expensive product, you can get your hands on a high quality trainer that is ideal for home users; however commercial gyms would probably be better off with the premium product,” he stated. The review also covered where to find TRX straps for sale online, and how to get the best deal on these often expensive products.
Some of the factors the team looked at when carrying out their fitness equipment comparison included value for money, quality of the product, and ease of use at home or on the road. As these products can be setup quickly and used almost anywhere, they are ideal for those who travel a lot and don’t have the opportunity to regularly attend a gym. “If you are away from home a lot, or just going on holiday, but still want to get in an effective exercise session, then we found that a suspension trainer is probably the best thing you can take with you,” one of the reviewers explained. “They are lightweight, compact, and can be setup with any additional equipment, allowing you to really get a good workout without leaving your room or visiting a gym,” he continued.
Another popular demographic mentioned in the recently published review was those who weren’t confident enough to attend a gym, but still want to exercise and improve their fitness, as well as losing weight. “Some people just don’t like gyms, whether they have body issues, or don’t like the atmosphere, they just don’t find the gym appealing” the website’s editor divulged. “However, they still might want to partake in regular exercise, and without installing a home gym, a small piece of fitness equipment can be the next best thing,” he explained.
For those interested in finding out which product came first in the round up, the results can be found on the best suspension trainer page at: http://homeworkoutideas.com/the-best-suspension-trainers/.