Maximize Your At-Home Workouts With These Portable Gyms

Are you trying to get the most out of your at-home workouts, but you don’t have the space or money to build a gym at home? While we’d love to have squatting racks or dumbbell sets, we don’t have room for them. Portable gyms can give you that feeling of working out at the gym, without taking up too much space and there are a variety of exercises and resistances you can do with them. Check out some of them below.


This portable platform with chords on each side weights under 10 pounds, but it can reach up to 150 pounds of resistance on each side. You can place it on the ground, anchor it to a bench, or secure it to a door mount. You’ll get a variety of workouts with the ankle straps, handles, and bar attachment.

TRX Home2 System

Bring the TRX classes to your home with this TRX suspension trainer. The kit comes with a TRX and door and suspension anchors that fit into a small pouch. You’ll also get a one-year subscription to the TRX app which has tons of workout plans and new exercises when you buy the kit.

Gorilla Bow Travel

Inspired by the bows used in archery, these bows break down into three pieces making them easily transportable. The basic kit comes with 10,20,30, and 50-pound resistance bands. You’ll get a great full-body workout with these.

Bullworker Steel Bow

This portable version is inspired by the benefits of isometric training and the short bar has two handles you can push and two handles you can pull. Brace it against your body, the wall, or a chair for chest and back flyers, squats, resisted bicycles, etc. By eliminating and adding springs to the inner compartment, the resistance can reach up to 130 pounds.
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