preventing at-home workout injuries

preventing at-home workout injuries

If one of your 2022 resolutions is to get in better shape, good for you. 

And if, like countless other folks, you plan to incorporate home workouts into your fitness plan, even better. 

After all, assuming you’re disciplined enough to stay with them — and we know you are! — home workouts are usually more convenient than other options.

If you were hoping for home-exercise equipment under your tree this year, you’re not alone. 

According to the research market company NPD Group, during a six-month span in 2020, home-exercise equipment revenue more than doubled to some $2.3 billion. 

As the Washington Post reported earlier this year “sales of treadmills soared 135 percent while those of stationary bikes nearly tripled, depleting inventories. The trend has stretched through seasonal changes … [and] demand for equipment that can be used close to home or outdoors is off the charts.”