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3/1264 Albany Hwy Cannington WA 6107
Phone: 1300 557 773
Monday - Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm · Sunday 11am - 5pm
Unit 3/ 43-45 Beach St Kippa Ring 4020
Phone: 1300 557 773
Warehouse not always staffed - Customers Welcome
Phone: 0427 581 116 for opening times
Welcome to homegym.com.au, this site is owned and operated by Fitquip Fitness. The site has been dedicated to home gyms, Multi Gyms and Strength Equipment for home and commercial application.
Strength or Resistance training is vitally important for our overall health. If helps develop and maintain muscle mass and bone density.
It is often very hard to decide what is the best equipment or your needs, so here is an over view of the key considerations in choosing the best equipment for your needs.
Before I explain each type of product, you will need to consider where you are going to locate your equipment. Typically, strength equipment requires a lot of space and quite often this is a key deciding factor.
Home Gyms typically come with its own weight stack where the amount of weight is selectable by relocating a selector pin. It will have many different types for exercise functions to work individual muscles and muscle groups. Home Gyms come in many different configuration and optional attachments.
Multi Gyms are very similar to a home gym but typically have more solid frame and multiple weight stacks. This type of gym is often used in Hotels and small gyms and with the multiple weight stacks allows for more than one user at once.
There are many types of Weight Bench’s, from the standard bench with an attached rack for the bar, a FID bench to a Flat Bench.
A Power Cage can be used as a bench but has many more advantages over a bench. Ideal for the more serious trainers.
There are now a few versions of Smith Machines. Again these are more for the serious trainer and is ideal for pushing the limits of your strength without needing a spotter.
Leverage Gyms are another great way to push the limits of you strength without the need of a spotter. They combine the attributes of both a Weight Bench and a Home Gym. Most leverage gyms are plate loaded.