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Getting Fit At Home

Exercise doesn't have to happen in a gym or club. You can choose to exercise in the comfort, convenience, and privacy of your own home or neighborhood. The key is to do something! DOING ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN NOTHING!
Increase Your Physical Activity: "Exercise Lite"
Finding the Time for Exercise
Inexpensive Exercise Options
Home Exercise Equipment
Exercise Clothing and Shoes


Finding the Time for Exercise:


Inexpensive Exercise And Sporting Activities:

Outdoor:

Indoor: Sports:

Home Exercise Equipment:

If you choose to exercise with specific exercise equipment , you can find a variety of price ranges to fit any budget. Pre-owned equipment is also available through the newspaper or stores that sell used equipment. Make sure your decision about equipment meets your fitness needs!

Stationary Bicycles:

Treadmills: Rowing Machines: Cross Country Ski Machines: Step Benches: Stair Steppers: Free Weights: Strength Training Machines:

Exercise Clothing:

How you dress can make a difference in your performance and reduce the risk of injury from hypo or hyperthermia!

Cold Weather Activities:

Warm Weather Activities:

Tips for Purchasing Athletic Shoes:

Running Shoes:

Walking Shoes:

Aerobic Dance Shoes:

Specialty Shoes:

The key is to find a shoe that fits and provides adequate support and stability

Go to The Exercise and Physical Fitness Home Page

The Exercise and Physical Fitness Web Page is an ongoing project by graduate students in the Master of Science program in Exercise Science in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Georgia State University. This project was created by J. Andrew Doyle, PhD, and was last modified on: January 06, 1998.