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(10kg x 1 (Single)) Hex dumbbells rubber gym weights encased hexagonal 7.5kg/10kg/15kg Single & Sets
(15kg x 1 (Single)) Hex dumbbells rubber gym weights encased hexagonal 7.5kg/10kg/15kg Single & Sets
(7.5kg x 1 (Single)) Hex dumbbells rubber gym weights encased hexagonal 7.5kg/10kg/15kg Single & Sets
(For 206cm GM3 Pulley System) GYM MASTER Set of 2 Spare Replacement Cables for the GM3 Power Rack Cable System
(For 226cm GM3 Pulley System) GYM MASTER Set of 2 Spare Replacement Cables for the GM3 Power Rack Cable System
(For 226cm high GM3 Power Rack, Full System Inc Stabiliser Bar) GYM MASTER Dual Cable System Attachment for GM3 Power Rack
(Pair of 15KG (30KG Total)) GYM MASTER Hex Dumbbells Rubber Encased 1-40kg Cast Iron Weight Lift Set Pair
Compare prices on thousands of cheap fitness equipment and home gym equipment products at Fitness Savvy. Whether you’re looking for a cheap treadmill, cheap stepper machine for your home gym; a cheap rowing machine for your commercial set-up, or a set of kettlebells for your CrossFit workouts, you will find it all, right here.
We also include expert buying guides so that you can find the best treadmills, spinning bikes, free-standing punching bags and adjustable dumbbells so you can find the right piece of equipment for your budget.
And that’s not all… Move one step closer to your fitness goals by comparing prices on supplements and protein powders, too!
Commercial & Home Fitness Equipment
When you want to achieve your fitness goals – either in your own home gym, or a local, commercial gym, you’ll benefit from using different kinds of exercise machines. Whether it’s cheap home fitness equipment for your budget set-up, or top-of-the-range, long-lasting commercial-grade exercise equipment, you’ll find it here.
Top Fitness Brands
We list gym equipment from top brands including Life Fitness & Mirafit, from trusted retailers such as Fitness Superstore, Argos, and Sports Direct.
We pride ourselves in offering such a huge range of gym and fitness equipment, and we’re always available to help answer any questions you might have to help you make the right purchase.
At Fitness Savvy, we’re huge advocates for strength and resistance training. However, cardiovascular fitness is very important, too. While we love sprinting, burpees and explosive jumps, it’s sometimes nice to take it easy with some steady-state cardio on an exercise bike or treadmill.
The great thing about these is that you can still throw in some HIIT (high-intensity interval training) cardio to mix things up a bit. You’ll give your body a thorough workout, raise your heart rate, and improve your overall health, too.
Some benefits of cardio exercise include:
- Increased lung capacity
- Stronger and healthier heart
- Releases endorphins, which make you feel good
- Burns calories quickly to help you lose weight
- Reduces risk of heart disease
- Reduces cholesterol
- Keeps blood pressure under control
Strength Training & Resistance Exercise
If you’ve spent much time on the Fitness Savvy site, you will have noticed we often talk about the importance of resistance exercise. For this reason, we’ve taken our time to add lots of useful pieces of gym equipment and fitness machines to the site. You’ll ensure your safety by investing in a power rack; expand your range of exercises by buying a bench; find cheap fitness equipment from trusted brands such as Mirafit.
We’re so nice, we even show you how to build muscle and lose fat with our body re-composition guide.
We always say the best exercise session is the one that actually happens. So, whether you like running, walking, cycling, lifting weights, boxing or playing a round of golf, it’s best to get something in you enjoy.
For many of these activities, you don’t even need any fitness equipment or to go to the gym. Some decent running shoes, a pull-up bar, and some good old-fashioned bodyweight training can be enough to reach your fitness goals.
The best thing about exercise and fitness is that there is so much choice. Even something like weight training has so many variations to it. Even individual exercises such as bench press and biceps curls have multiple variations – low reps, high reps, pause reps, slow reps, partial reps – the list goes on and on.
Regardless of the type of exercise or sport you play, a strong core is essential. Many exercises strengthen your core, and you’ll find the most commonly suggested exercises are compound weightlifting moves.
Invest in a barbell and some free weights, throw in some bench presses, squats, overhead presses and deadlifts and strengthen your core in no time at all. Can’t accommodate an Olympic sized bar? Grab yourself some dumbbells instead!