With New Year's resolutions just around the corner, start planning your new regime

Its the season to be over-indulgent. With office parties, Christmas lunches and festive celebrations with friends, the chances are many of us will be eating and drinking a little too much during the festive period.
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Jan. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- It’s the season to be over-indulgent. With office parties, Christmas lunches and festive celebrations with friends, the chances are many of us will be eating and drinking a little too much during the festive period. Come January 1, most of our New Year's resolutions will include something to do with getting fit.

But that might not be as easy to stick to as you might think. Gyms get massively over-subscribed in January and even gym regulars will find themselves fighting for space on equipment during the first month of the new year. You might find yourself queuing for cross trainers, struggling to get lifting on benches and weights – there has to be another alternative.

January is traditionally cold and grim, so not the ideal weather to be exercising outside, either. That's why home fitness equipment such as exercise bikes and cross trainers might be an excellent solution.

If you're serious about getting fit, investing in your own exercise bike could be the best thing you do this year.

Exercise bikes are a great form of cardiovascular exercise and provide a workout for the whole body – not just your legs as you might think. Your arms, your bottom and even your abdominals will benefit from using an exercise bike on a regular basis, and by having your own at home that means you can get your fitness kick on your terms – not just when the gym's open. So if you fancy a cycle at 3am or want to work out in front of EastEnders, you can do that easily with home fitness equipment.

Priory Sports offer a huge range of exercise bikes, including the BH Fitness Class Spinning Bike, which is just £599 (less than two annual gym memberships in most cases) and offers you the chance to perform one of the most popular workouts, spinning – which can burn up to 700 calories in an hour-long session.

Cross trainers are another extremely popular piece of home fitness equipment. Again, they give you a thorough all-over workout, with a variety of programmes to work your arms and legs.

The Bremshey CF7 Cross Trainer puts minimal stress on the knees and can help you to lose weight, tone up and improve your overall body condition. It's just £799 from Priory Sports.

To check out the full range of home fitness equipment available from Priory Sports visit them online.   http://www.priorysports.co.uk
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