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How To Build a Home Gym For Under $50

If you use your gym membership, great. But if you don't, you're throwing away that money each month.

While you could create a home gym for as little as $25, if you have a little more money to spare, you can build a gym for the one time cost of $50. That beats out a monthly charge.

I built my home gym over time, and you can totally do the same, which means that as your budget grows, so can your home gym. In no time you will have a fully stocked gym, and you can avoid the budget suck that an outside gym may cause.

The items listed below are a great addition to any home gym and all provide you with an array of workouts that you can do at home but or on the go.

1. Kettlebell ($19.99)- There are so many exercises that can be performed with a kettlebell. You can get a full body workout using only one of these. Once you get one and start really using it, you will find out why kettlebell exercises are so popular.

Using weight can help you build muscle and really start to eat away at fat. Try these exercises on for size Kettlebell Workouts for Beginners and 22 Kick-Ass Kettlebell Exercises.

2. Weighted Jump Rope ($18.97) - Want a healthy heart? Cardio is your best friend. A weighted jump rope will help get your heart rate up and the added weight will allow you to build up your strength.

Jump rope exercises can be completed rather quickly and leave you with long term results. Don't believe me? Check this out 10-Minute Workout: Jump Rope to Skip Yourself Slim.

3. Foam Roller ($9.99) - A foam roller should be in every home gym to help increase blood flow, decrease chance of injury and to give you better range of motion.

Check out these 7 Awesome Ways to Use a Foam Roller and Foam Roll Exercises .

You are now on your way to getting the body you want and a home gym that will keep you in tip top shape.

What are some budget friendly essentials you have in your home gym?

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