It’s being called the home workout revolution. This past year, sales for home fitness gear doubled in revenue to $2.3 billion in the United States from March through October alone. Treadmills enjoyed a sales increase of 135 percent, and stationary bikes sold 3 times more than usual. In fact, inventory for everything from bikes to ellipticals had trouble keeping up with American’s awakened interest in working out at home.
And some think that even though more and more Americans started working out more at home due to pandemic restrictions on gyms, that the trend may be here to stay.
Increasingly, Americans see the benefits of working out at home, from the convenience and safety to a renewed investment in one’s health.
At the same time, starting a workout program, especially if you want to do it at home, may mean buying exercise equipment. But befo