North American Home Gym Equipment Market 2020 Growth, COVID

North American Home Gym Equipment Market

North American home gym equipment is estimated to display a steady CAGR of 2.8% during the forecast period (2020-2026). The market is expected to grow during the forecast period with increased demand from the customer segment for home gym equipment Although gyms are expected to reopen in various states, it is anticipated that the percentage of consumers joining back will be lower. Hence, various initiatives involving technological advancements in the home gym equipment market are projected to drive growth during the forecast period.

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Fitness needs were already flourishing earlier, but growth until 2019 was steady in the home gym equipment market. With the COVID-19 outbreak, the market saw a huge increase in demand for home gym equipment as people were bound at home with lockdown measures. Hence, with gyms closed and

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Gym owners still adjusting to shift in fitness industry created by the pandemic

CLEVELAND — The first of the year is usually when many gyms and fitness centers record a spike in new memberships. Oftentimes New Year’s resolutions involve more exercise or people looking to drop a few pounds. But, that surge of people rushing to the gym to get fit isn’t happening in 2021.

Instead, gym owners are dealing with lower attendance rates because of the pandemic. COVID-19 cases nationwide are keeping people at home and managing their physical fitness there.

“It’s been so stressful for people and it’s really wearing people down,” said Linda McVey, the executive director of health initiatives, at the YMCA of Greater Cleveland.

McVey said the YMCA had fewer new memberships in January, a time when the club typically runs a special for new sign-ups. And while attendance rates are also lower, McVey said the YMCA is making it a point to reach out to members who

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Avoiding the gym? Here’s the best equipment to build your home workout space

Although gyms have reopened, you still may be hesitant to return to the facilities due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But, that doesn’t mean you have to throw away your fitness goals for the new year — especially when it’s possible to exercise at home.

At-home workout equipment sales have been booming, especially with machines such as Peloton stationary bikes.

Whether you’re aiming to burn fat, build muscle or just remain in shape, we found equipment to help you build your own home workout space.

Bowflex and Walmart

(Photo courtesy of Bowflex and Walmart)Bowflex and Walmart

It’s recommended to do moderate-intensity exercise about two or three days a week for at least 30 minutes, according to UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Here are some cardio machines to consider, along with some deals:

Bowflex C6 Bike for $999

EUROCO Elliptical Trainer Magnetic for $370, instead of $499

Stamina Magnetic Rowing Machine

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