You might actually look forward to working out.
You may not have an extra room just waiting around to be turned into a home gym, but with a selection of portable, easy-to-use products and equipment, you can turn pretty much any space into a gym temporarily. Even if you live in a small apartment, things like resistance bands and jump ropes take up minimal space, and can be stowed away so easily—same with sliders and ab wheels. Plus, workout DVDs can bring your favorite classes right to your living room, so you can still do yoga or dance without even leaving the house.
If you're looking for a way to fit a little more fitness into your home routine, here are all of the small, easily movable—no need to carve out space for a treadmill!—essentials you need, from weights to ab wheels and everything in between.
Dave: Back in 1998 when Bill Clinton was impeached, House Judiciary Committee member Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) objected to the idea that everything found by an independent prosecutor should get published for all to see. Nadler told Charlie Rose that Ken Starr’s report might contain “all kinds of material that it would be unfair to release,” including “statements which may or may not be true by various witnesses.” Besides, Nadler argued at the time, releasing grand-jury material violated federal law.