Best Smart Home Gym Peloton Mirror Tonal And More


Best Smart Home Gym Peloton Mirror Tonal And More

We tested out a bunch of exercise equipment to see what works — and doesn’t work — in today’s connected homes.

A new wave of smart fitness equipment wants to replicate the same experience you get in a gym or fancy fitness studio class at home. These products utilize apps, touchscreen displays, live and on-demand classes and remote personal training to help you work out at home with all of the guidance you could ever want.

Most smart fitness equipment is pricey — typically a few thousand dollars — so it’s not yet accessible to everyone. But if you truly love working out at home, replacing your weekly SoulCycle class with a smart exercise bike could pay for itself over time.

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And with any new technology, it can be expensive at first, but the costs can come down over time as more products hit the market. Let’s take a look at the top smart fitness equipment you can buy right now.

At first glance, the Mirror is nothing more than a full-length mirror you’d use to check your outfit in the morning. But look closer and you see that it’s also an LCD screen. With the Mirror you can watch instructor-lead live and on-demand fitness classes (with a required $39 per month membership) and check your form at the same time. Anyone who’s worked out at home knows what it’s like to wonder if their form is correct during each workout.

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The Mirror offers classes in different disciplines — including yoga, strength and cardio — and with different workout lengths and fitness levels. It recently added one-on-one personal training to its repertoire, which takes advantage of the built-in camera so that your trainer can see your form and help correct it. It comes with the mirror, a Bluetooth heart-rate monitor and six fitness bands.  Read our Mirror review.Peloton’s $2,245 Bike is a spin bike designed to mimic what it’s like to ride on the road. It has an adjustable seat and handle bars and features a 21.5-inch touchscreen display. Use the display to participate in live and on-demand classes from home — this feature costs an additional $39 per month.  Read our Peloton Bike review.

Best Smart Home Gym Peloton Mirror Tonal And More


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