They say that summer bodies are made in the winter! For that reason, many people have recently decided to invest in quality exercise equipment for their homes. If that’s the case for you, or if you’re considering the best way to lose that “COVID 19” you’ve gained from spending more time at home, you might consider a few things regarding home exercise equipment safety and what effect it may have on your home.
For example, when considering where in your home the exercise equipment will be placed, think about any potential wear and tear to the finishes of your home that the equipment may cause. If there are small children in your home, consider locking the equipment in its own room.
Exercise equipment typically has a lot of moving parts or resistance weights or springs, which can prove to be pinch points if not used properly. And, of course, if left where it doesn’t belong, exercise equipment can be a trip hazard.