Weightlifting bars are a great way to get serious in your home gym. Invest in cast weights in a variety of different sizes to improve your strength and build the challenge of your workout. Using dumbbells lets you target lots of different muscle groups and adds variety to routines. Get creative and try using them to increase the difficulty of leg exercises, without the need for additional equipment.
A kettlebell is ideal for targeting core stability as well as developing strength. Hold on tight and get swinging. To complement your weight training, remember to add in some cardio. Exercise bikes get your heart rate up without putting too much impact on joints. To crank up the intensity, look for treadmills with an incline feature.
As you're putting in the effort, why not keep tabs on your progress? A fitness tracker will analyse everything from the quality of your sleep to the calories you've burned. Or opt for a pedometer to track the number of steps you take – perfect for walkers and runners.