Commercial Fitness Equipment
If you’re looking for commercial fitness equipment with an emphasis on customer service, then Gym Pros can help. We have over 20 years of experience supplying equipment to gyms and health clubs, as well as individuals looking to fit out their home gyms. Whether you’re looking for cardio machines, strength training units, functional rigs, or indoor cycling products, we can meet your needs.
Commercial Fitness Equipment Options
We offer a wide range of fitness solutions to meet every type of facility and budget. In addition to brand new products, we also stock used and refurbished fitness equipment. This means that we often have a larger selection at more competitive prices than many traditional suppliers. Here’s a quick overview of the commercial fitness equipment tiers that we can offer;
- Brand New Equipment – if you’re looking for the very latest units or technological innovations, then brand new equipment is the way to go. It’ll be bang up-to-date with the most recent capabilities so that you can offer gym members a state-of-the-art fitness experience.
- Refurbished Equipment – allows you to benefit from almost-new equipment for a fraction of the cost of new. Also comes with the piece of mind that a service engineer has thoroughly inspected and refurbished the equipment so almost everything will be as it was when new.
- Used Equipment – offers the lowest cost option since it has been used previously but still benefits from our rigorous inspection. This means that you can be confident of its quality and durability, however since stock changes regularly it’s best to call us for the latest availability. This equipment will not carry the warranty of refurbished.
Our commercial fitness equipment range includes cardio, strength, functional training units, indoor cycling bikes, free weights, and training accessories too. Whatever type of fitness facility you run, you’ll find equipment to meet your requirements below.
Popular Commercial Gym Equipment
Cybex 750AT Commercial Remanufactured Arc Trainer .Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$1,995.00 – $3,195.00
Life Fitness Elevation Discover SI Remanufactured Commercial Treadmill. Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$2,350.00 – $4,195.00
Precor EFX 835 Commercial Elliptical Crosstrainer w/ P30 Console.Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$2,395.00 – $3,295.00
Matrix T7XE Commercial Remanufactured Treadmill. Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$2,795.00 – $3,770.00
Precor AMT 100I Commercial Elliptical. Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$1,450.00 – $3,295.00
Stairmaster 7000pt Commercial Stepmill (Blue screen). Call Now For Lowest Pricing Guaranteed!$1,795.00 – $3,274.00
What to Look for In Commercial Fitness Equipment
Choosing commercial fitness equipment for your fitness center can be a daunting task. With so many different products, models, and features to consider, it can quickly get confusing. We recommend that customers start by defining what their goal is for the equipment – what is it intended for? Perhaps you want to attract new members by offering a new type of functional training class. Or improve retention by addressing some gaps in your equipment range. Whatever your reason for sourcing commercial fitness equipment, it’s important not to lose sight of it when faced with hundreds of options. By staying focused on your goal, it will be much easier to find the equipment that best meets your needs.
The next aspect to consider is durability. How often will the equipment be used and at what level of intensity? Do you need machines that’ll endure 24-hour usage or just a few hours per day? Are your free weights likely to be dropped on hard surfaces or do you have cushioned flooring? Understanding the type of usage will help you to know how durable it needs to be. After all, there’s nothing worse than members reporting broken or damaged equipment that’s then out-of-use until an engineer is able to visit. Knowing an approximate level of durability will help you decide which brand of equipment to choose. Some premium brands such as Life Fitness and Precor are renowned for manufacturing high-quality equipment that can withstand the knocks of rough usage. Although you may pay more upfront, these machines will last much longer. If you’re unsure about what you need, then our friendly team can always advise you on the best brands for your facility.
Price is another important factor when purchasing commercial fitness equipment. You’ll often find that price is closely tied to quality and durability, but certain features can also be influential. For example, when looking at cardio equipment one of the biggest price differentiators will be the type of screen. Units that come with wifi-enabled touch screens and app connectivity will usually be the most expensive. But if you don’t need that level of interactivity, then simple LED consoles that don’t have built-in TVs will be a much cheaper option. Many still come with all the pre-programmed workouts and fitness programs that you’d expect, such as intervals, fat-burning, and hill climbs.
Purchasing Checklist for Gym Equipment
To help you decide between different types of commercial fitness equipment, it can be helpful to follow a checklist. You may have specific requirements that are unique to your facility but below are the most common factors to consider. Feel free to copy or adapt it to suit your own needs.
#1 – Brand
As we discussed above, the brand is often an indicator of quality and durability. Depending on your business requirements this may or may not be important to you. But if it is, then start by deciding which brands you’re prepared to consider so that you don’t’ waste time looking at everything.
#2 – Service History
If you’re looking at used or refurbished products then it’s important to look at their service history. A reputable supplier will be able to tell you exactly how many times a unit has been serviced, any repairs that have been made or parts that have been replaced. This will give you an indication of how well the equipment was looked after in its previous life.
#3 – Mileage
Most types of equipment also include an odometer which tracks the mileage of the unit. This can tell you whether it’s just been lightly used or undergone heavy-duty workouts. You can then factor this into your decision about whether it’s priced correctly or likely to need extra maintenance.
#4 – Warranty Terms
It’s also important to discuss the warranty terms with any supplier. Some units will come with a complete warranty that covers parts and labor for a fixed number of years. Others will last for different durations or exclude certain parts (often those that wear out the fastest). It’s crucial that you understand exactly what is (or isn’t) covered before you purchase to avoid any nasty surprises later down the line.
#5 – Customer Service
Customer service can completely transform your purchasing experience. The right advice from knowledgeable staff will guide you in the right direction and help ensure you get the best value from your investment. Look at a suppliers’ reviews and feedback to ascertain whether they’re reliable and will support you after the sale too.
To learn more about our commercial fitness equipment ranges, browse the menu categories above or get in touch. Our experienced team can advise you on the best options based on your budget, membership demographics, and available space. With over 80 years of fitness experience between them, they’re knowledgeable about selecting commercial gym equipment that addresses practical business needs. Get in touch here.