We know that when you’re buying new equipment for your gym you want the best. Investing in top quality equipment ensures your clients get a great experience and it also gives you peace of mind. When you buy your equipment straight from the manufacturers you know that it’s all been quality tested for reliability and safety. Using second hand gym equipment can seem like a bad idea. We talk to a lot of people who assume that second hand equipment must automatically be an inferior brand. After all, why would you pay out for top of the line kit and then get rid of it? You might be surprised. We offer a wide range of topic quality gym equipment and it’s all second hand. Here’s how it works.
There’s a lot to consider when you’re setting up a new gym. You need to find the right premises, think about staffing and, most importantly, work out how to finance it all. The range of equipment that’s available to your customers is often a key element in the success or failure of your new gym. Get it right and you’ll keep people coming back for more. If you get it wrong you could find yourself closing when you’ve barely got going. We think that when you’re starting a new gym, you need second hand gym equipment. Here are just a few of the reasons why.
When you’re getting ready for Christmas, we’d forgive you if fitness isn’t at the front of your mind. You might be thinking about looking good at the Christmas party, but that’s about it. You might be surprised if we suggested that you should choose a treadmill for the ideal Christmas present, but that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Here’s why we think a treadmill could make the perfect Christmas gift.
When you want your gym to offer a high quality service to your customers, there are two essentials. Well qualified staff and safe, reliable equipment. We’ll leave the staffing to you, but what about your equipment? Buying from new can involve a significant outlay, whether you’re a new business or needing to replace your existing equipment. The last thing you want is to limit the range of gym equipment you have available. You may be reluctant to buy second hand.
Here’s why we think you should buy second hand gym equipment for your business.