The logic is simple: The best type of fitness equipment for you is the one that you'll actually use. Figuring out what that is, however, is the tricky part. We’ve made the process easier by matching gear to personality type. Find yourself—find your compatible gear. Just like that!
If You Bore Easily
With a built-in Android web browser, you can surf the net while you scale up a 40 percent incline or down a 20 percent decline. The iFit technology, enhanced by Google Maps, let’s you virtually trek anywhere in the world and train with Jillian Micheals (without touching any buttons!). Another option: Watch the news on its 10-inch full-color touch screen. Boredom? I don’t think so.
If You’re a Bit Scatterbrained
Having this all-in-one home gym will help give you the structure you need to stay on par with your fitness goals. Strengthen and tone every inch of your body using its six muscle-sculpting stations and 350-pounds of resistance. Who needs a gym membership? Not you (but you probably can’t find your card anyway).
If You’re Easy-going
You need the illusion of relaxation, even while you sweat. Perks, such as super-smooth pedaling, a cushy seat, and an iPod player port help create the chill environment you thrive in. On the other hand, having 18 expert-designed, pre-programmed workouts and levels of resistance ensures you won’t get too comfortable.
If You’re Super-stressed
A sweaty, cardio session may be the antidote for your worried mind. But just any cardio won’t do. This machine’s ramp inclines and declines; you can also adjust the stride length to activate more muscle and grind out your tensions. Not the aggressive type? Pick one of the 30 pre-programmed workouts, plug in your MP3 player, and let some smooth tunes transport you from a bad day to a better tomorrow.