2. Fitness DVDsFor a fairly low investment, you can get your own trainer in your living room. The right DVD should be a safe, balanced workout and interesting, so you don't get bored or outgrow it too quickly. Here are some ideas:
3. DumbbellsDumbbells are relatively inexpensive and provide an amazing variety of resistance-training routines. Check out the sports equipment section of your local Craigslist or Play It Again Sports for better deals. For good dumbbell workouts, see the Dumbbell Exercise Program.
Running is a great low-cost workout. Shoes are important but needn't break the bank. Research shows that moderately priced trainers work just as well as expensive ones. Look for a shoe that works for your foot type and running style.
6. Fitness Boot CampA fitness boot camp is type of outdoor group exercise class that mixes traditional calisthenic and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training. These fitness classes have grown in popularity over the years primarily because they offer a new way to get a low-cost, efficient and challenging workout.
Also See: How to Find a Good Fitness Boot Camp