There are many things you already have around your home that you can use to exercise, but if you are looking for equipment, check out my list below and click to order. (paid links below. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.)
Theraband: I use these regularly with all my patients. latex and non-latex available. From easist to hardest: yellow, red, green, blue, black, silver
Balance Pad: A good way to challenge your balance. Use with caution on your own as we don't want anyone to fall!
2 sizes available (Large and XL). color doesn't matter
Dumbbells: Recommend one of the Rack with 3 Pairs
Step: If you don't have a step somewhere in your home, this step adjusts from approx 3 inches to 5 inches.
Pedaler: use with your arms or legs for an aerobic workout. Recommend placing it against a wall if using with your legs
If you are ready and willing to spend more money or need more of a challenge, below are a few good options:
Adjustable Dumbbells: I own these and use them regularly for my own workouts
XPRI: Medicine Ball with handles. I use the 20# regularly for my own workouts
Kettlebells: While most exercises can use dumbells and kettlebells interchangably, some of those exercises feel more challeging with kettlebells. I don't own the Yes4All brand of kettlebells, but I recommend this one for the variety of weights available as a set at a reasonable cost.
These kettlebells from Onnit are the ones I own and use for my own workouts.
Cubii: There are several models with different features for you aerobic exercise
Cubii Jr1: 8 resistance levels, weighs about 27#
Cubii Jr2: 8 resistance levels, lighter than Jr1, about 19#
Cubii Go: 8 resistance levels, weighs about 20#, has a built in handle and wheels making it easier to move
If there is something not listed here that you are considering buying, feel free to email me. If I have knowledge of the product, I can let you know the pros/cons.