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Buying home gym equipment

Working out is even more convenient and cost-effective when you make it part of your home – just invest in fitness equipment to exercise whenever you want. And to make it even easier, we offer free delivery on all our large fitness equipment, plus a 3-year guarantee on parts and labour.

Cardiovascular exercise

If you're aiming to lose weight, train for a marathon, burn calories or increase your metabolic rate, cardiovascular exercise can really help. The purpose is to raise your heart rate (cardio) and pump blood around your body (vascular), making your heart and lungs stronger. This type of exercise can also help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and decrease stress levels.

Treadmills, rowing machines and ellipticals are all widely accepted ways to gain positive results when undertaking a cardiovascular exercise programme.

Strength training

If you’re looking to increase muscular strength and muscle mass, strength training uses weight or resistance to help attain this goal. It's also good for heart health, can lower cholesterol and will aid with posture. The best bit, muscle tissue is more metabolically active than fatty tissue – so the more muscle tissue you have, the more your body will burn energy at rest.

Multigyms, weights, workout mirrors and vibration plates will all prove highly effective in helping you achieve your strength training goals.

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Connected Fitness Machines

A great way to easily keep tabs on your progress, these smart fitness machines include technical features and subscription content to monitor workouts and training in real time. Please note, subscriptions are an additional cost.

Multi Functional Fitness Machines

These are ultra-useful exercise machines with multiple functions, letting you maximise your workout while minimising the space it takes up. Flexible options include vibration plates, workout mirrors and training benches.

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Safety notice

Before starting any new exercise programme, we recommend consulting your doctor or other professional medical advisor, particularly if you have concerns about:

A heart condition
High blood pressure
Joint, muscular, or back problems
Any prescribed medication
Being currently under medical supervision
Any convalescence 

Or any similar conditions

Please note: this advice shouldn’t be treated as a substitute for medical advice. If you’re concerned about your health, ask your doctor or health care professional for more information.

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