What piece of gym equipment should I be buying in 2012?

Gym Equipment for 2012

Do you feel that you need to see more information on gym equipment,exercise equipment, the best treadmill or home gyms?

If there is one question I get asked more than “do you sell second hand treadmills?” then it the one on the top of the page.

By the way, I don’t.

Sell second hand treadmills that is, There should be a law against it, or perhaps there is?

Don’t buy second hand gym equipment; it will all end in tears.

That’s the away from motivators, now work on what you should be doing!

What do you want to achieve from a health club or item of fitness equipment?

Do you want to lose weight, get fitter, improve core stability, burn fat or build muscle?

Depending on your age, injury status and knowledge of exercise you would find different benefits from different gym equipment.

Bear in mind that the old attitude that cardio is the only way to burn fat was thrown out ages ago, with the baby, the bath water and the cheap Verimark gym equipment that nobody used.

Generally you should cross train and mix the cardio training up with some resistance training.

Good combinations of gym equipment would be

  • Multi gym and a treadmill
  • Dumbbells, adjustable bench and an elliptical trainer
  • Power Rack and a Waterrower or rowing machine

Buy good gym equipment

We all know that a cheap deal often turns out to be more expensive.

It’s a double impact in terms of gym equipment because for every day you don’t use it you get fatter and more unhealthy!

Cheap, fragile, weak, wobbly, unpleasant, yeauch. These are all words I have heard my clients use to describe some of the supermarket gym equipment.

How much should you be spending on gym equipment?

An entry level treadmill will cost just under R10 000

A good home treadmill will cost between R15 000 and R30 000 (and may come with a 20 year warranty on the frame and motor)

Exercise bikes range from R4 700

Spinning bikes start at R6 500

Recumbent bikes start off from R11 395

WaterRowers start off from just under R10 000

Elliptical Trainers start off from R6 995

Multi gyms start off from around R13 000

 

Other gym equipment and fitness equipment

 that you may want to add to balance your home gym may include

Physio balls

Bosu balls

Medicine balls

Resistance bands and kits

Aerobics steps

You may find that you need assistance in selecting the correct gym equipment for your home or commercial gym; that’s fine, you can just contact me for help.

See how you feel after you look at what we have to say then feel free to call me to see how else we can assist you in achieving your goals quickly and with the best combination of services and low price. You can call me after reading this on 071 863 7398 or mail me now at miles@gym4me.com, Or look at more options at www.gymequipmentfor sale.co.za

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