One of the key factors that keeps many men from getting in shape and staying healthy is that we simply don’t have the time to go to the gym regularly. While some can work it into their schedules or may have the luxury of an in-office gym at their workplace, the rest of us aren’t so fortunate or perhaps find ourselves too busy running businesses and are lucky to get in a couple of games of golf a month to stretch our legs. Take a look at four of our favorite high-end (but seriously pricey!) devices for at-home workouts.
4 of the absolute best pieces of workout equipment in the world… if you have the budget
- TechnoGym Skillmill Connect – $9,740
- Anyone that wants to watch their carbon footprint while getting in a thorough cardio session should check out the TechnoGym arsenal of equipment. The Skillmill Connect uses no motor and offers a unique, high-intensity treadmill experience that is quite popular with both professional athletes and affluent individuals that want a great machine for easy home use with extremely low maintenance requirements. This is a great device for anyone wanting to jog a few miles in the morning or afternoon without having to leave the house.
- Hypoxi S120 – $50,000
- The price tag may be a bit daunting, but most users actually just pay for Hypoxi sessions which generally cost $69 a session and are available in many countries around the world. If you happen to be doing pretty well for yourself though and want the convenience of having the device in your own home, you should be able to work out a deal to get one. The devices are great for a low-impact alternative to treadmills for individuals that can’t use traditional equipment.
- Endless Pool – $28,400
- If you already have an amazing pool, then feel free to skip this one and just use it, but Endless Pools offer the amazing full-body workout of swimming without the need to dig up your backyard or add on to your house to install an indoor pool. These come with variable settings, low maintenance, and of course the ease of access of having your own personal pool that maximizes your workout potential by reducing the need to turn and pivot in the water.
- QuickGym ROM Machine – $15,000
- QuickGym claims their Range of Motion machine offers a full workout in only four minutes a day. I can’t say we weren’t skeptical when reading that, but there are some pretty high profile endorsements from individuals like Tom Cruise and John Travolta along with plenty of testimonials that backup the claims. The device targets strength, cardio, and flexibility training all at the same time to give you three workouts at once and reduces the need for extra equipment while saving you precious time.