The 10 greatest train machines to realize your health targets for 2022

Gyms have opened and our workout routines have finally achieved some semblance of normality at this point! However, if you’re still a bit of a lazy bum (like me) and ending up at the gym most days feels like a chore, then this collection of designs is for you. This training equipment collection not only motivates you to train in your own four walls, but also secures your everyday training in the future. From a clever and thoughtful home gym that blends into your living room to an electric bike that doubles as an exercise machine, these innovative exercise machines will keep you from skipping leg day!

1. AT

This concept spin bike called AROUND tries to have a softer look compared to the super serious exercise bikes you see at the gyms. The light gray color makes it more accessible and the flywheel body design makes it ideal for the home, as part of your living room furniture or even in your bedroom. The mood board for their design concept includes mollusks and portable water purifiers, as well as other previous designs by Yifeeling.

Why is it remarkable?

This exercise bike also has a jet-like design instead of the regular faucet handle seen on exercise machines, allowing you to get some air while spinning. This should at least be able to simulate the air flowing through when cycling outdoors. There is a small monitor in the handle so you can see something while cycling as some may find just cycling indoors a bit boring.

what we like

  • The nozzle-like design allows you to get a little breeze while spinning
  • Gentle aesthetics

What we don’t like

  • The seat looks pretty uncomfortable

2. Peleton vibe

Peloton Vibe speaks to every sense and muscle from start to finish, it really is a whole vibe. The bench has a unique multi-position arm that can be moved to work with a variety of exercises.

Why is it remarkable?

The lower section contains a set of dumbbells that help extend a wider range of guided workouts through the Peloton app service. Once you’ve finished your workout, the bench seat and arm surface seamlessly transform into a massage experience. It uses built-in massage balls that can rotate and heat up depending on your preferences. Home fitness equipment AND home spa? I would simply exercise more often so I can get the most out of the heated massage feature.

what we like

  • Has a unique multi-position arm that can be moved to work with a variety of exercises
  • Peloton Vibe also serves as flexible home furniture

What we don’t like

3. Time difference

This compact home gym is more than just a training assistant. This fitness accessory is designed to stand next to your furniture in the living room, eliminating your runs to the closet to work out. Tempo Move is a sublime blend of materials, colors and finishes that make it a discreet piece of furniture that will transform your living space into a home gym.

Why is it remarkable?

The workout equipment is placed behind the fabric cabinet, while the top features an iPhone dock compatible with iPhone XR and later. With its unique combination of furniture and gym, Tempo Move connects to any big-screen TV so you can watch your workout routine and get real-time coaching from the trainers.

what we like

  • The console houses 16 weight plates, 4 ankle weights, 2 dumbbells and a heart rate monitor in its cabinet

What we don’t like

4. The GYMO FIT

Meet the GYMO-FIT concept bike that has the typical urban commuter vibes and a durable exercise bike to keep fit. The uncertain times of the last few years have led to people opting for home fitness equipment – which is why exercise bikes have been enjoying increasing popularity lately.

Why is it remarkable?

This concept bike is a two-wheeler, after all, and won’t sit in a lonely corner of your living room in case you abandon your fitness routine. It is a combination of an electric bike with aerobic and anaerobic fitness equipment. GYMO has three different modes when parked stably on the stand.

what we like

  • Works as a two-wheeler and training tool

What we don’t like

  • We’re not sure if it’s really a viable option in the real world

5. Castleflexx

Castleflexx is “a multipurpose stretching and strength machine designed to help the athlete, fitness enthusiast, or anyone with chronic pain improve their flexibility, core strength, and mobility.”

Why is it remarkable?

Essentially what Castleflexx does is focus on the posterior chain of the lower limb by stretching the soft tissues of your toes, foot, calf and hamstring. It helps your fascia and nerve tissue loosen up, which in turn relieves issues related to back pain, herniated discs, and plantar fasciitis. Casteflexx’s goal is to make “Prehab” an easy and accessible process and to ensure that people can even prevent injuries!

what we like

  • Made from sustainable materials
  • Has universal appeal to different types of users

What we don’t like

6. The facility

Fitness mirrors aren’t entirely new, but they’ve seen a surge in interest and popularity in recent months as people try to cope with not having access to gyms or personal trainers at home. The idea is to have a device that allows you to communicate with a remote trainer while doing your exercises at home. The mirror acts as a display, guiding you through reps while a trainer watches you from the other side of the cable. There are already quite a few of these on the market, but Fiture believes it has a better chance of ending up in your home because of two differentiators.

Why is it remarkable?

While the commonly dubbed “The Mirror” also claims that title, Fiture takes it up a notch by offering five color combinations to match your decor or wallpaper. The shape of the mirror itself is more visually appealing, using rounded corners and brushed metal finishes to make the frame look more aesthetic. The U-shaped legs provide stability when the mirror is not wall mounted while giving it a more distinctive style.

what we like

  • When not in use, you can even put on the magnetic camera cover to completely hide even this AI-based technology

What we don’t like

7. Boom

Designed by Shuxian Hong, Boom is a smart punching bag designed to bring the workout experience to your home. It integrates a punching bag, smart speaker and interactive lighting technology into an optimized boxing experience designed specifically for your home.

Why is it remarkable?

If you’re not used to speakers, Boom can act as a home speaker that blends in perfectly with the rest of your living space. You can pair it with your TV or other smart devices and activate it via Siri or Alexa with a simple command. When you use Boom to Box, the interactive lighting system starts! Light elements, lively music and voice prompts create a truly interactive and immersive boxing experience.

what we like

  • Works as a training device and as a speaker

What we don’t like

8. Plaice

Awarded by Good Design for the Sport and Lifestyle category 2021, Floe appears as a simple bench with no backrest, but hidden storage compartments reveal much more. Equipped with everything you need at the gym, including a yoga mat, foam roller, kettlebell, and medicine ball, Floe even has a virtual coaching feature similar to Peloton’s services.

Why is it remarkable?

Equipped with an extendable stand and an iPad, Floe users can follow programmed workouts from the comfort of their own home. From yoga to strength training, Floe offers everything and, after sweating, transforms back into an inconspicuous entrance bench.

what we like

  • Features hidden storage compartments and pull out drawers
  • Double as a piece of furniture for your home

What we don’t like

9. The Seletti LVDIS marble weights

LVDIS Seletti Alessandro Zambelli marble fitness equipment design

LVDIS Seletti Alessandro Zambelli marble fitness equipment

Designed by Italian designer Alessandro Zambelli, these marble weights are a feast for the eyes. And if you’re tired of the smelly and rusty weights in your home gym, consider the marble.

Why is it remarkable?

The set is unique as we never really imagined marble could be used. The inspiration for the Seletti LVDIS marble weights is ancient Rome. This makes sense as sport was very important in ancient Rome and Greece. The ancient games have drawn huge crowds for centuries, and to replicate the experience, the LVDIS is here to provide inspiration.

what we like

  • The beautiful designs are made to be displayed

What we don’t like

10. THE ARENA

The ARENA creates a training system that can be used for over 300 types of movement and along with multiple styles of strength training through cardio, HIIT, athletic training, conditioning, weight loss and even recovery.

Why is it remarkable?

ARENA provides a physical platform on which to exercise while running a high-performance motorized cable within it, giving you the ability to simulate a variety of exercises. The cable is controlled by algorithms within the ARENA that can simulate any power curve and dynamically adapt to the user’s movement speed to help you achieve your desired training result (muscle gain, weight loss…).

what we like

  • Offers you 300 different exercises
  • The app guides you through workouts of your choice, tracks your progress and adjusts it to your goals, and even tells you when to rest

What we don’t like

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