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Strength Equipment

Southside Fitness has biggest range of Strength Equipment. Since 2006, Southside Fitness has been the industry leader in strength equipment. We specialise in all kinds of strength equipment for home and commercial use.

Strength Equipment

Looking to up your fitness game? We get it—when you’re ready to deep dive into regular training, cross training, and exploring new areas of the exercise community, knowing where and how to begin can seem overwhelming (Which is where the Southside Fitness team comes in!).

As one of Australia’s leading gym equipment providers, our local trainers, sales team, and industry experts have the experience and insight needed to help you find the strength training gear that will help you reach your new goals.

Read on to learn more about the basics of strength training equipment, how to approach the decision making process, and when you can touch base with the Southside Fitness team for help.

Strength Equipment Buying Basics

Whether you’re a fitness newbie or a seasoned professional, every exerciser knows what it means to set new goals and work to design a program to help them get there. Appreciating that every fitness enthusiast has different needs, ability levels, and budgets, some of the basic things to keep in mind when buying new strength training equipment include:

  1. Fitness Goals and Ability Level: If you’re a fitness newbie, know that we have the equipment for you. Regardless of your starting point, our range of products can grow with you as you’re ready to advance your training, intensity, or next milestone. That said, we’re a regular supplier for fitness enthusiasts and seasoned professionals with the in-house expertise needed to walk you through your purchase decision. Regardless of your starting point, we recommend taking an honest look at your current ability level, where you’d like to go, and how you can safely get there.
  2. Training Space: There is a big difference between working out in a small home-based studio and a large commercial gym. We recommend considering where your workouts are most likely to take place—at home or on the road, in a Pilates studio or in a gym—and who else may be using your equipment. Need to stock up on supplies you can take away from home with you? No problem!
  3. Budget: Last but not least, you’ll always want to consider your budget. We’re continually adding to our wide range of brands and strength training equipment, and can meet all budget needs. To help narrow down which pieces of equipment will best suit you, we recommend confirming your ideal budget from the get-go.

Once we understand where you’re starting from, where you want to go, how you can successfully increase your training program, and how much you want to invest in new equipment and accessories, we can help match you to the best strength and conditioning equipment that will meet your needs.

Strength & Conditioning Equipment FAQs

Looking for more insight? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions the Southside Fitness team receives about strength and conditioning equipment.

Generally, for strength training, you can’t beat free weight training equipment. These include Squat Racks, Power Racks, Weight Plates, Dumbbells & Adjustable Benches. It will also depend on your fitness goals and where you’re beginning in your fitness journey. Talk to one of our in-house experts about what you want to achieve, and we can match you with the strength training equipment that meets those needs.

Much the same, the equipment you need to reach your goals will depend on your fitness goals as well as your fitness level and experience with exercise. Talk to one of our Southside experts about what you want to achieve and we can match you with the equipment needed to help you get there.

Resistance training equipment will vary based on your personal fitness level and overall fitness goals. That said, common equipment used in resistance training includes Squat Racks, Smith Machines, Power Racks, Free Weights, and Resistance Machines that offer cables, pulleys, and weight stacks.

We like this answer–you don’t need much equipment to get started. If strength training is your goal, you can go with basic equipment like dumbells, resistance bands, and perform body weight exercises.

Free weight and cable machines are the most common groups of strength training equipment–that said, among each is a huge variety of equipment and accessories options. Touch base with our team if you want to learn more about the best pieces for you!

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