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4. Havsport solid wood sports flooring from Havwoods is a 22 mm thick solid hardwood flooring ideal for your home gym. Coming in a choice of timbers (pictured are White Oak and Hevea), the floor is stable and moisture-resistant and sealed with an anti-scratch lacquer. A variety of batten systems and sub-structure systems are available to suit various sub-floors and uses. www.havwoods.co.uk


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3. The Vectra 1450 Online Home Gym is “the latest in the exciting evolution of weight machines”, with an aircraft-quality heavy duty welded steel construction and powder coated finish. It can be custom-fit to ceiling height and/or user height. The Press Arm offers 18 positions and patented release lever functions for easy adjustment. It is designed to operate with a “natural arc motion”. www.fitness-superstore.co.uk


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5. The MAX Trainer M7 is the top-of-the range trainer from Bowflex, with LCD/LED displays, “sport performance” stainless steel pedals, aerobar grips, and burn rate and resistance level adjustments. Website Fitness Superstore says that it is the firm’s most feature-rich model and is “jam-packed with exciting training options to keep your workout engaging”. It combines an elliptical cross-trainer with a stepper in a smooth, low-impact motion. www.fitness-superstore.co.uk


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