Motivating yourself to get to the gym or a fitness class can be tough.
So why not create a home gym?
New high tech fitness equipment might not be cheap, but they do come with a wealth of features.
The mirror looks like an ordinary full-length mirror, but when switched on is an impressive interactive display Stream a wide variety of classes, like bar, yoga, boxing and more.
Sink a heart rate monitor to track your progress and even connect with other Mere users for motivation.
Mere starts at 1495, plus a monthly subscription of $39.
The basic rowing machine has gotten a high tech upgrade.
Hydro rower features a 22 inch screen to stream professionally led rowing classes.
But when you're ready for a break you can swivel the screen and stream pilates and some stretching classes.
The companion app also lets you do routines remotely.
Hydro-Roller costs $2,400 plus $38 a month for classes.
And finally, there's Peloton's two machines, the widely popular stationary bike and the newer treadmill.
You pay $39 a month to stream live classes but the bike starts around $2,000, while the treadmill will run you for $1,000 In San Francisco I'm Kara Tsuboi, cnet for CBS News.
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