It’s a bit heartbreaking to have a gym membership this year. Even though current restrictions still allow us to go, you never know when that may change, and maybe you think going it a bit risky in and of itself. No one would blame you.
That’s why home fitness equipment can be such a saviour if you’re still interested in breaking a sweat – not only can you set them up in front of the TV, you’re also able to blast your own playlist, and, most importantly, be ready to go.
Working out at home can also be far cheaper than having a gym membership in the long run. It’s also easier to fit in a home workout around a work schedule or squeeze in a short workout (even if it’s just a 10-minute post-lunch walk).
The only downside is that treadmills are big and bulky. They can take over most of your living room or bedroom, especially when you live in a HDB flat. Also, you’ll have to part with quite a sum upfront.
However, if I can do it with limited space and budget, so can you. Here is a list of nine treadmills you can consider for your home with price points ranging from $160 to above $2,000.