5 Bachelor Pad Must-Haves for Staying Fit ​at Home

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Retired NFL Player Justin Cheadle continues to stay fit even after exiting the football field. Now located in Los Angeles, Cheadle is a personal trainer and ambassador for a new fitness-related protein product called PODZ. With all of his expertise in the fitness industry coming from his career and he may have also gained knowledge from places such as this gym instructor course, the former offensive lineman gives us.


At the basic level, you can purchase a manual treadmill for anywhere from $100-$200 at your local Dicks Sporting Goods chain or if you’d prefer more technology, on a smaller budget, you can order on HSN and make a few installments of about $100 and pay as you go for top quality equipment; totaling about $400.  Of course, you can ball out and grab state-of-the-art equipment like Norditrak’s incline trainers starting at $2189.

Adjustable Dumbells

As your strength increases, the Merax Deluxe adjustable dumbbells will assist your gains, maxing out at 71.5 lbs and costing right at $300 via Amazon.


For multi-use exercising, a simple bench can be easily purchased on Amazon for $90.

Perfect Pushups

The trademarked product Perfect Pushup Rotating Pushup Handles can be found at your local Walmart or if you’d prefer online, Amazon for right under $20.  If nothing else on this list is a go, there’s no excuse to pass on these!

Resistant Bands

No space? No sweat! With a basic set of Resistance Bands, the leg press machine at the gym will begin to miss you more and more! At $11 on Amazon, you can score a pack of 5 bands that have varying resistance, eco-friendly material and a cool bag to store or take your workout with you.

At best, for right under $1000 one-time, you can skip out on hundreds of dollars of annual gym memberships, time, gas and the hassle of sharing equipment, to build yourself a private fitness oasis in the comfort of your pad.

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