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If you don' t have the funds or the space to invest in one of the set-ups in our home gym special, don' t worry. Sure, it would be nice to have a big room full of shiny new workout gear, but if that' s not an option, you can still exercise at home on a budget and get the body you want.

Village Hotel And Leisure Club
0191 2701414
Cobalt Business Park, Silverlink North
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Village Newcastle Provides An Individually Designed And Self Contained Facility That Is Open To Both Residents And Club Members. At Your Village Hotel You’Ll Find Everything You Need To Relax And Unwind, Including Pool And Sauna.

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Healthlands Ladies Leisure
01434 600999
35 Fore Street
Hexham

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Sub Two Fitness Centre
01207 542044
Above Co-Op
Rowlands Gill

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Bodylux Hairdressing Health & Beauty Clinic
0191 4914555
8 Wrekenton Row
Gateshead

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Newcastle Club House
0191 2723355
64 Wingrove Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Newcastle Hash House Hariers
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Newcastle Hash House Harriers (Nh3) Is A Non-Competitive Running Club Where The Emphasis Is On The Social Benefits Of Group Activity. We Meet Every Wednesday Evening From 7Pm And The First Sunday Of The Month At 11.15Am At A Different Location

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Total Fitness
0191 4202331
3 Imeary Street
South Shields

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Sands Ladies Leisure
0191 2900141
183 Whitley Road
Whitley Bay

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Atlas Gym
0191 4174101
21-23 Front Street
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0191 2964242
1 Prospect Terrace
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Credit Crunch Home Gym

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If you don’t have the funds or the space to invest in one of the set-ups in our home gym special, don’t worry. Sure, it would be nice to have a big room full of shiny new workout gear, but if that’s not an option, you can still exercise at home on a budget and get the body you want. 

The essential kit you need to burn fat and build muscle is a set of dumb-bells, a gym ball and a pull-up bar. These versatile bits of equipment let you target every single part of your body and – unlike some of the fancy pricier options – they won’t do any of the hard work for you. ‘Machines, and to a lesser extent barbells, let you get away with being weak on one side,’ says MF’s muscle expert Jason Anderson. ‘Dumb-bells mimic human movement, which helps give you better muscle symmetry. A gym ball is a good replacement for a bench because the instability increases muscle activation.’

Finally, no gym would be complete without a pull-up bar. ‘Classic exercises such as pull-ups are a true reflection of your strength,’ says Anderson. ‘You’re not in contact with the ground, so there’s a greater potential range of motion, which activates more muscles and aids muscle growth.’

All these products are available at Argos. Reebok 75cm gym ball £12.99, V-Fit pull-up bar £7.99, York 20kg dumb-bell set £27.99, Total: £48.97

You can use your budget ensemble for almost any exercise, but if it’s a whole-body blast you’re after, click on the images on left for Jason Anderson's eight-move workout. And go to our exercise section for loads of other great routines.

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