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How To Buy Free Weights!

Whether you want to lose weight, increase your strength, boost your endurance or maximize your flexibility, you can find the right exercise equipment to meet your goals. In fact, selecting the right equipment hinges on determining your goals first.

How to buy free weights


  • Buying a barbell, weights, and a dumbbell set is a good, inexpensive way to get started on strength training
  • This allows you to you add to your weight collection as your needs grow and your goals change or increase

Types of weights

  • Metal weights
    • Have the advantage of durability
  • Plastic-coated or rubber-coated weights
    • Provide a little less wear and tear on your floor if you should drop them
Tips For Buying Fitness Equipment
  • How To Buy A Home Gym
    • Resistance
    • Amount of weight
    • Types of lifting
    • Number of stations
    • Size
  • How To Buy A Treadmill
  • Introduction to treadmills
  • How they work
  • Features
    • Motors
    • Horsepower
    • Belts/Decks
    • Computer controls
    • Other options


  • Size
    • Determine how much room you have for a weight bench
    • Many benches fold up to economize your space
  • Capacity
    • Different benches are designed to hold various amounts of weight depending on the exercises you need to achieve your goals
    • Find a bench that fits your strength-training needs
  • Crutches
    • These are the 2 supports that hold your weight bar
    • Generally speaking, the wider the crutch, the more weight it can bear
      • Standard size of 28" for 5- to 6-foot bars
      • Mid-width size of 40" for 6- to 7-foot bars
      • Olympic size of 48" for 7-foot bars
  • Movable benches
    • Some benches can be adjusted for an incline or decline for more options
    • Provides for other activities such as sit-ups to further strengthen your abdomen
  • Attachments
    • Many benches either come with or offer add-ons for leg curls, extensions, and arm curls
    • These are good options to consider for extending your strength training to both your upper and lower body


  • Gloves--to avoid calluses and blisters
  • Weightlifting belt--to help minimize back injuries
  • Mats--to protect the floor from dropped weights

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