Why exercise equipment is a waste of money

Exercise equipment is probably one of the most expensive and wasteful ways to get physical, but according to a new study, it can actually be good for the environment too.

A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that the use of exercise equipment can have a positive impact on the planet by helping to reduce CO2 emissions.

“We find that exercise equipment that is produced in the United States actually contributes significantly to the carbon footprint of the U.S.,” University of Washington environmental scientist Daniel G. Reis said in a press release.

“The carbon dioxide generated from the use and use of such equipment is likely to be transferred to the environment and be used for other purposes, such as energy generation, production of plastics, and waste disposal.”

The study was conducted on the basis of data collected from more than 10,000 exercise equipment suppliers across the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada.

Reusch said the results of the study “are particularly useful for understanding the environmental impact of exercise gear as it can have an environmental benefit, such that it can reduce CO 2 emissions, and it can be a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to exercise.”

The results of his study showed that exercise gear used in the UK actually reduces carbon emissions by 10 percent compared to the non-exercise gear.

“The average amount of CO 2 emitted by exercise equipment in the U, the UK, is less than that emitted by non-essential activities such as housework and gardening,” the study stated.

“These results suggest that the average cost per exercise device in the exercise equipment sector is lower than for non-Exercise Equipment,” Reis continued.

“For example, the cost per use of an exercise equipment was estimated to be between €0.10 and €0