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“Choosing the right commercial fitness equipment is essential when developing any type of fitness center. Whether you are designing a small-sized gym for a school, hotel, or community center, or a larger, more specialized gym for more serious workouts, you want to make sure you are meeting the fitness needs of your customers. At Eqyupyourgm.com, we offer many of the top brands of commercial fitness equipment such as Life Fitness, Cybex, Precor, BodyMasters, Nautilus, Matrix, and others.


Before starting your equipment search, identify your space and budgetary requirements. Take into consideration how much space your customers will want for warm-ups and stretching, or for non-machine exercise, such as aerobics or free weights. This will give you an idea of how many weight or cardio machines are ideal for your facility.

Before deciding how many machines you need, you will want to make sure you are looking forcommercial fitness equipment. Home gyms and residential equipment are not designed for heavy use by multiple users and will not hold up in a regularly used fitness center. Commercial fitness equipment is higher quality and will better stand the test of time, reducing downtime and costly replacements.

Many of your customers will want to do both cardio and strength training exercises when coming to your facility to workout. Commercial cardio fitness machines, such treadmills, ellipticals, recumbent and upright bikes, come in different forms. Customers can often spend 30-45 minutes on any of these so having several different options is a good idea for reducing wait times and creating a variety in their workout.

Commercial strength training machines are important as well. You need to have a variety of them as well to allow your customers work every muscle group to accomplish their results.

Free weight and benches provide gym goers a variety of weight training options. Free weights should be provided in a selection of several different weights to meet the needs of different users and different exercises.

Your fitness center should provide users a place for a safe and effective workout. By setting up a safe and comfortable exercise space with a variety of cardio and strength training commercial fitness equipment, your customers will better meet all of their fitness goals.”