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You get you home gym all set up and ready to use now what is next? Do you just get on it and work out or do you think that you need to see what you would half to do to properly take care of the equipment that you received? The best thing to do is read up on the preventive maintenance of you exercise equipment that you have just purchased and set up.

Some of them may need to be oiled or greased once a month so that the gears do no jam up and holiday. Or the only maintenance that you may have to do is make sure that it is wiped down after a long work out so that the sweet that is on there would not do any damage. If you would properly take care of you home gym equipment according to the manufactures specifications your investment of gym equipment will last a lot longer than if you were to just ignore all the preventive maintenance but still use the equipment every day. You could actually end up having more problems with the equipment if you would happen not to do any thing to take care of the machine.

The gears could break while you are in the middle of a workout. Or another thing is that it could and probably would work itself loose so that it could come apart when you least expect it to happen.

All in all the main story is that you need to make sure that you have a well oiled machine and that all the nuts and bolts are tight. So that there is no injury that you do not want to happen to yourself or any 1 that may use your home gym when they come to visit or are just hanging close to for what you thought was no apparent reason.

You just need to take time and read the directions and pay close attention to when you would need to oil or grease your exercise equipment and also make sure that all the nuts and bolts are tight if not every day at least once a week.