itness? If you are so nervous of using free weights at first, gym machines are the best option for beginners. Machines can help you become stronger while establishing the healthy behaviors necessary to make exercise a consistent part of their daily routines. If the goal of an exercise program is to create large, well-defined muscles, machine training can be an extremely functional way to achieve that outcome.

  1. SMITH MACHINE

The Smith machine is a weight machine used for weight training. It consists of a barbell that is fixed within steel rails allowing only vertical or near-vertical movement. Some Smith machines have the barbell counterbalanced. This piece of equipment is user-friendly, particularly to people new to weightlifting. The machine can be used for a wide variety of exercises though it is most commonly used to perform “Smith machine squats”. As you know, squats are a popular weight training exercise, which is usually done with dumbbells and barbells. However, beginners should try heavy squats on a Smith Machine. Doing squats on the machine not only develops the same muscle groups, but it also can place your joints in susceptible and dangerous positions.

  1. ASSISTED PULL UP MACHINE

Pull-up exercise is quite easy for men but it’s a really tough challenge for all women at first. Try and try as you might, if your upper body strength isn’t quite there yet, pull-ups may seem completely impossible. However, don’t worry, you’re not alone in this struggle. The assisted pull-up machine offsets a person’s weight so you can start small. Gradually, you can increase the weight that you pull while decrease the amount of the machine assists with. This machine helps in working out your upper body. All you have to do is get a good grip on the bars above your head and pull up your own body weight using your arms and back muscles.

  1. STATIONARY BIKE

A stationary bicycle is a device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged on a bicycle but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation. Stationary bikes are great for everyone of all fitness levels. Workouts on the bike build your cardiovascular endurance and strength in your legs, which translates to benefits off the bike, too. Biking is considered as a relatively low-impact workout. This is the reason why it can be helpful for people recovering from injuries. Spinning at a moderate pace is not easy for your joints but provides a great cardio warmup before getting into an intense workout. Start with a fifteen-minute biking warmup can leave you energy, strength, and flexibility.

  1. TREADMILL

A treadmill is a device generally for walking or running or climbing while staying in the same place. While there’s nothing quite like running outdoors, unruly weather sometimes makes it impossible. For those rainy or blustery days, there’s the trusty treadmill. Whether you’re a beginner runner or have a few marathons under your belt, the treadmill will not make you disappointed. By adjusting the speed and incline throughout a workout, women can hit multiple muscle groups while targeting stubborn fat. You should work out on a treadmill 3 to 5 times a week, depending on your fitness goals.

  1. GLUTE MACHINE

Do you want tight and toned glutes? If yes, the glute machine is a great gift for all fitness lovers. Having strong, toned buttocks not only look good but will serve you well as you age. It can be difficult to isolate the buttocks, but certain machines will tone your butt effectively. With the Glute Press Machines, you can stand with your chest against a pad and one of your feet against a pedal, each leg is worked independently as you push the pedal behind you. The movement is similar to the motion of a donkey-kick exercise. Keeping your chest on the pad as you stretch your leg out behind you targets the glute muscles without straining the back or knees.

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