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Top Fitness Gear offers only the best reviews of fitness and sports equipment that’s currently on the market. Our panel of reviewers has years of fitness experience, and each of our experts is passionate about what they do.

To keep you injury free and fit, our experts chat with pro sports teams, gym owners, and fitness trainers, and they try out the equipment too. We don’t recommend any type of gear that could result in an injury or strained muscle, and we reckon hearing from people in the know is the best way to go. We also look at customer reviews from reputable forums and shopping sites like Amazon to see what real people are saying and whether or not they’re happy. We then put a final score together and give you an overall rating.

If you want to stick to a fitness routine that’s going to improve your health and get you into shape, the only way to do it is to find an exercise you enjoy. This is why we feature a wide range of equipment that appeals to our readers’ needs, wants, and budget. We also like to include products that people of all ages and fitness levels can use.

Have you used any of the products on our lists? Tell us all about it in the comments section. Was the equipment any good? Did you see results? Would you recommend it? Maybe you’ve got a suggestion or two on how best to use it? We need your input to make sure the information we share is accurate and up to date.

Reviews

The 5 Best Adjustable Weight Benches of 2017

The 5 Best Adjustable Weight Benches of 2017

An adjustable bench is a must for any home gym or bodybuilder. It is a versatile piece of equipment that is great for strength and core training and it offers a wide range of possibilities. You can do many different exercises on it, and by adjusting the bench you can target other areas or increase the intensity. If you have dumbbells and other equipment, an adjustable bench is the piece of the puzzle that you are missing.

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The 5 Best Rowing Machines of 2017

The 5 Best Rowing Machines of 2017

Rowing machines are great for working out different muscles in the body. These machines duplicate the motion you would use to row a boat. The action of gripping and pulling the ‘oars’ back towards your body works the arms, upper body, back muscles, and core muscles. It can be used as a full body workout and will be an asset to any home gym. The rowing machine combines strength training with cardio to give you a great workout.

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