If you live in a small apartment, the last thing you have space for is a "home gym." But just because you don't have a dedicated room to hide a treadmill out of sight doesn't mean you can't still reap the benefits of an at-home workout. (Namely, convenience, cleanliness, and affordability.) If you're short on square footage, there are still ways to squeeze in sweat sessions at home that don't involve aesthetic compromises or machines that take up precious real estate. As a habitual small space dweller, I've learned tips and tricks for getting my endorphin fix the easiest and cheapest way possible, so keep reading to learn how it's done!
H&M Metal Basket ($13)