If you want to buy high-quality, commercial fitness equipment, the likelihood is you’ll need to make that purchase online. One of the biggest ways making a purchase like this differs from buying retail equipment from a local sports fitness store is you won’t be able to go and test out the equipment. For some, this may not seem ideal, and may even make you feel hesitant to make the purchase.
High demand for equipment, retailers shifting to an online store model, and wanting to purchase commercial quality equipment, however often means needing to buy from an eCommerce fitness retailer. At Expert Fitness Supply, we want all of our customers to feel confident in their purchase and we understand why you might have hesitation about investing in fitness equipment online. That’s why in this blog, we’re going to address some of those concerns and answer commonly asked questions about buying exercise equipment online.
This may surprise you, but the answer is actually no. However, we do recommend purchasing equipment in-line to what you have used at the gym and workouts typically preformed. We refer to buying fitness equipment from us as “investing” and for good reason. You’re not purchasing a low-quality treadmill out of the box from your local sporting goods store, you’re purchasing quality, commercial-grade fitness equipment. This is equipment meant to sustain heavy wear and tear and is built to last, and made of high-quality materials. With this level of quality, you can have more confidence in your purchase even though you didn’t get a chance to try it out yourself.
Finally, we only sell the best fitness equipment. You won’t find cheap knock-offs or low quality brands at EFS!
The answer to this question lies more in understanding your fitness goals. For example, if you’re looking to build muscle, then purchasing a treadmill or elliptical isn’t going to be the right equipment for you. Our gym consultants can help ensure you order the right equipment for your home gym, but first, you’ll need to be able to identify your fitness goals.
Another thing to consider is your fitness level. If you’re brand new to working out, basic equipment like free weights, an elliptical, or cycle bike may be ideal for you. Advanced users may benefit more from full squat racks or functional training equipment.
A lot of the equipment we sell is similar, or in some cases, the same equipment you’ll find in your local gym. Unlike retail store quality equipment commercial equipment is built to last. Instead of needing to purchase a new treadmill every 5 years, most of the commercial equipment we sell is built to last at least 20 years in a residential environment. You won’t find any exercise bikes that are uncomfortable to ride or ellipticals that aren’t smooth. Plus, we sell some of the biggest names in the fitness industry including Muscle D Fitness, Precor, Torque Fitness, SportsArt, Life Fitness, Cybex, York Barbell, and more.
We’re sure you’ll love your new piece of fitness equipment – but if you really don’t, we do offer a return policy!
Yes! Unlike when purchasing fitness equipment from local retailers, we have dedicated Gym Consultants who will help you determine the best equipment and configuration for your home. All you need to know is the size of your space and we’ll make sure you order the right equipment!
All of our used gym equipment goes through a 4 step process which includes a multi-point inspection to ensure only the highest quality is delivered to our customers. We also offer a 6 months parts and labor warranty with the option to add up to 2 years to keep you worry-free.
We have highly trained Gym Consultants on staff ready to assist you in determining the best equipment for your home gym and can assist you in figuring out the right configuration for your space. Contact us today to learn more.