For households where fitness equipment will get very heavy use, commercial equipment may be a smart buy over the long run, even though it costs more up front. It is made of more durable parts and electronics because it is designed for hours of continuous use and multiple stops and starts. You’ll save by avoiding the need to continually replace the cheaper home equipment that will breakdown faster. If considering commercial equipment, talk to some gym owners and do some internet research to work out the best, most reliable brands to buy. Also consider refurbished commercial equipment, as long as it comes with a warranty.
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