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More and more time-constrained men and women are choosing to work out at home rather than at a gym.
It's a wise move. You can save a lot on the gas you need to drive to the gym, the time you need to invest in getting there and back, and the cost of your gym membership.
The American Council on Exercise is here to help you determine how to get started. ACE recommends you ask yourself these 4 questions before making your equipment-buying decisions:
1. What are your fitness needs?
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