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4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy

It is time to add a bit of versatility to your home gym equipment after you have completed all the dumbbell workouts

4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy

It is time to add a bit of versatility to your home gym equipment after you have completed all the dumbbell workouts you can think of and your chairs are worn out from being used as fitness equipment. But with so many stores running out kettlebells and resistance bands, you 're going to need more options.

Get acquainted with these little-known, creative (and cost-effective) at-home fitness devices before you make a major purchase. Spending money on fitness equipment is not always a bad thing, after all. You invest in your physical and mental health — and who doesn't deserve a healthy workout to de-stress?

1. Gryp Kettle

4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy
Sick of using your dumbbells for every single workout? The Gryp Kettle should repair that. Although this device does not feel exactly like using a kettlebell, it is certainly the next best choice.

It's easy to use the Kettle Gryp: Clip it onto the handles of your dumbbells and swing fast. It's made from sturdy, impact-resistant plastic, and according to the company website, you won't have to worry about it cracking mid-workout. And because it weighs less than one pound, it's easy to put the Kettle Gryp into a backpack or travel bag.

While most dumbbells are compliant with this, there are a few exceptions. Your handle with dumbbell will be at least 4.5 inches long. Most dumbbell handles are around 6 inches but may be shorter and inconsistent with certain lightweight dumbbells.

And although there is a foam insert on the Kettle Gryp which allows it to mold to just about any handle, you need a dumbbell with a diameter of fewer than 1.5 inches. Double test before you purchases that your dumbbells follow these requirements.

Buy it: Amazon.com; Price: $34.95

2. Wreck Sack

4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy
If you're a fan of physical exercise, or just don't want a barbell and plates to break the bank, consider trying out the Wreck Pack. It is a long, weighted bag with two handles which helps you to add resistance to almost any exercise.

Unlike a conventional sandbag (which you have to weigh and fill yourself), according to the Wreck Bag site, this product already comes filled with a rubber coating that absorbs shock.

The tool is also robust. You can get it wet or drop it to the ground without worrying about damaging the bag — or spraying sand all over. Just stop running it over abrasive surfaces that can cause tears.

Plus, the handles of the bag make it easy to hold and during your deadlifts or squats, you won't drop the weight. Since it is available in a number of sizes, you need not fear that the bag is too heavy or too light for your workout.

Buy it: Amazon.com; Price: $79.99

3. Gorilla Bow

4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy
When it comes to workouts at home it's a must to save space. Not all of us, after all, have plenty of free space to devote to a whole set of dumbbells, squat racks, and weight plates. Try, the Gorilla Bow.

This lightweight band-based resistance device helps you to do just about any exercise without hogging your whole living room or basement. The Gorilla Bow looks like and acts as a conventional arrow and bow with a string resistance band.

According to the company site, you can change the bands as you move from exercise to exercise at a weight capacity of 300 pounds of resistance. The bow itself weighs six pounds and is packed with a compact carrying bag which makes it the perfect companion for cross-country travel or backyard workouts.

Buy it: GorillaBow.com; Price: $199

4. Clench Band Handle

4 Surprising Home Workout Tools You Should Buy
No weight machines at all? No worry. The Clench Band Handle can be used to enable your resistance band exercises to feel like a gym session.

The handle is available as a single handle or pair and has three different attachment points which allow you to stack several bands at once, depending on the product site. It's also ergonomically built and fits like a regular dumbbell in your hands.

The handles, made of durable polymer, can withstand more than 150 pounds of resistance and more than 100,000 reps, the firm says. These handles are also lightweight which makes them easy to attach to your gym bag.

You will also be granted access to a library of more than 100 instructional videos once you purchase the Clench Band Handles, demonstrating how to use the handles for various activities, as well as providing workouts and storage tips.

Bear in mind that this will not involve the resistance bands. Luckily those on Amazon are relatively cheap and easy to find. Just make sure you buy long loop bands, instead of the smaller loops.

Buy it: ClenchFitness.com; Price: $30

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