In this article I am going to attempt to answer one of the top questions I get and that is why buy used exercise equipment?
This is a great question and one that I can respond back by asking a question in return: Do you like to save money without sacrificing quality?
Because that’s the main reason you buy used exercise equipment:the money.
When you buy gym equipment new you are paying an extremely high premium for that luxury. Like buying a new care, once you drive the car off the lot the value diminishes immediately.
Save with fitness equipment, the moment you buy a new piece of fitness equipment that equipment loses value since the equipment is no longer new, even if you never used the equipment.
By buying used exercise equipment you can save as much as fifty percent or more off of retail and in many cases the fitness equipment is in like new or new condition.
Many institutional buyers (schools, professional gyms, and medical rehabilitation clinics) have been purchasing used exercise equipment for years because they recognized the advantages immediately for buying used over new.
Know individuals are starting to find out about this new but yet established industry because of the economy buying brand new is almost out of the question where buying used can save you significantly.
Please don’t confuse home gym equipment with commercial gym equipment because there is a major difference besides the pricing.
The home gym machine is only built with minimal attention to detail and is prone to breaking down frequently while commercial fitness equipment is built for the demands of a professional health club.
There is one company that I found that I personally found to be the best solution for used exercise equipment, just make sure that the company has been in business for at least five years.
You will also want to call the company and talk to a customer service representative to make sure they answer their phone and can intelligently answer your questions.
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