How any golfer can build a home gym for less than $300

Keely Levins
Golf Digest

During this time of self-quarantine because of COVID-19, working out isn't just a great way to help stay healthy, it’s the perfect combatant to cabin fever. Though gyms are closing, you can still get a lot done. We've selected nine fitness items you can order now to build your own home gym—all for less than $300. When golf courses re-open, your body will thank you.

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Kettlebell 12 lbs, $20.50

Kettlebells are a versatile strength-building tool that you can use for core and full-body workouts.

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Jump rope, $8

You might be getting flashbacks to middle-school gym class right now, but your P.E. teacher was onto something. Jump rope is great cardio, and you'll find coordination benefits for golf, too.

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Gold's Gym Vinyl Dumbbell Set, 40 lbs, $25

Though you're probably used to having a full rack of weights to work with at the gym, this set includes 40 lbs of plates that can handle all of your curl, press and squat needs.

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Speed Stik, $99

Every golfer's home gym needs a golf-specific tool. Taking swings with the Speed Stik will help you build swing speed.

Superflex Bands, 40 and 80 inch, $11-$31

Get both of these bands and you'll be surprised by the variety of workouts you can do, while building lean muscle and increasing your flexibility.

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Gaiam Yoga Mat, $28

Yoga mats are great for, well, yoga. But they also make perfect surfaces for core sessions.

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Body Fitness Bar, $48.50

It's like the bar at the gym, but it's made of rubber so it won't damage the floor of your home.

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TriggerPoint Core Foam roller, $18

After working out, your body will be happy to see this foam roller. Roll out to help with soreness and tight muscles.

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Golf Digest fitness editor Ron Kaspriske contributed to this breakdown.

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