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Aussie Fitness Equipment

14-22 Howard Street
Nambour, QLD 4560

Phone : (07) 5441 5005
Fax : (07) 5441 5598
About Aussie Fitness Equipment
How to save money when buying fitness equipment Have you made a decision to get fit through a diet and exercise program? No need to worry, there are subtle ways you can use in order to save money while shopping for fitness equipment. This is because most people find a major obstacle with prices when they decide to step out and make a purchase. You don’t want to give up on a noble decision simply because you could not afford some piece of sports gear. You only need to know where to begin and everything else will fall into place.   The other main problem is that in most cases, people buy gym equipment on impulse and after spending hundreds of dollars, they actually realize that they cannot use what equipment they have bought. Don’t be among those people who have bought stuff in a hurry only to end up not using it at all. You can save your money by slowing down and answering the following questions regarding the fitness equipment you intend to purchase:   Do you have fitness goals? All the things you are going to do should be as a result of your primary intentions and this will in turn determine the equipment you are going to purchase. Some of the most common fitness goals include weight loss, building muscle mass, increasing weight and stamina etc; you must be sure you know before you begin. Do you have any experience? It is always important to know whether you have the information or experience required for you to design and follow a fitness program to the end, in line with the goals you have listed down. You need to clearly know whether you will need assistance from a fitness trainer and lastly, whether you know how the equipment feels depending on whether you have had a chance to use it before. What are your practical considerations? You must be very realistic about things such as the space you have available at home before you purchase any fitness equipment. On the other hand, if you plan to move soon, you can be sure that some equipment can be quite cumbersome when it comes to being relocated.    Can you afford the equipment? Regardless of how badly you want to acquire something, you must do your math well so as to know whether you can really afford it. You must know that on average, some expensive equipment will cost you as much as one year to three year’s membership fees in the gym. Ask yourself whether it won’t be better to join a gym, especially if your fitness goals are short term.  Do you have the motivation? The truth of the matter is that no matter how fancy the equipment looks, just making a purchase will not make you get up every single day and do the required routine movements. You require some sufficient motivation and a dose of self discipline if you are ever going to make use of the equipment.  It is therefore important to let your fitness plans justify any amount of money you are going to spend buying gym equipment. You therefore want to begin by buying smaller pieces of equipment such as hand weights which despite being very effective are very affordable. Such small beginnings will put you on track and as you progress, you can decide whether you need to purchase anything bigger. In some cases you will actually discover those small pieces of fitness equipment are everything you actually need instead of spending thousands of dollars paying for high end equipment that could end up lying idle in the basement of your designated exercise room. Last but not least, try ‘test driving’ some equipment in a gym to know whether it feels right before you make a final decision to swipe your credit card. 
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Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
We are still open on public holiday
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