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The Smith Machine is one of the most important pieces of gym equipment you can purchase. You can perform many exercises like bench press, squats & rows safely and effectively on a Smith Machine. Southside Fitness is number 1 in supplying gym equipment throughout Australia & offers a complete range of Smith Machines and Cable Machines suitable for all budgets. These Smith Machines are ideal for home or commercial use.

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Smith Machines

If you’re ready to start making real progress with your workouts, Smith machines are a great way to increase your weight bearing capacity both in the gym and at home. A safe way to focus on most major muscle groups, you’ll get a fantastic return on investment with a multi-use machine that you can rely on on arm and leg-day alike.

Read on to learn more about our favourite ways to incorporate Smith machines into our regular workouts and the most commonly asked questions we get from customers like you each day.

Common Uses for the Smith Gym Machine

Whether you’re a gym pro or you’re slowly getting back into a fitness routine after some time away from the gym, Smith machines are a fantastic way to work multiple muscle groups, safely increase your weight load, and help you keep your form in check when working out alone.

  1. Beginner Smith Machine Uses: Whether you’re working out at home or in the gym, a Smith Machine is an excellent way to protect yourself from injury and keep your form in check when you’re first learning the ropes. Basic exercises that target your largest muscle groups, like squats, chest presses, and deadlifts, are a great way to get used to the motions and limitations of a Smith Machine in the beginning.
  2. Experienced Smith Machine Users: Ready to take it up a notch? Even though the Smith machine works on a vertical axis, you can still use it to safely target smaller muscle groups and increase your weight bearing capacity each week. We love going full multi-use with the Smith Machine and recommend Donkey Kicks, Split Squats, and Calf Raises to get into those smaller muscle groups.

Once you’re familiar with the functions of a Smith machine and confident in navigating its number of uses, we know you’ll start seeing it as one of your favourite pieces in the gym. Read on to review some of the questions we get asked each day about using and investing in a great Smith Machine.

Smith Exercise Machine FAQs

Looking for more information? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions Southside Fitness receives about Smith Machines.

Smith Machines are a great free weight machine that mimics barbell training with added safety. The bar moves up and down on poles which provide a smooth motion and offers a safety support mechanism to release and lock the bar in position.

Absolutely! Smith Machines are one of the most commonly used gym equipment pieces in strength and conditioning workouts–and are especially helpful when you’re looking to increase weight, repetition, and build muscle.

Smith Machines can make your overall lifting experience ‘seem lighter’ because the machine is supporting your lifting capacity. Free standing weights without any support from a machine can seem heavier–even with the same weight loading–because your body is doing the lifting without added support alone.

This all depends on the weight on the smith bar, the poles and the bearings used. It is also subjective and relative to the exercise you are performing.

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