A: In McDonough, Georgia, about 30 minutes south of Atlanta. We are conveniently located just minutes from I-75.
A: Monday thru Friday from 9am-5pm, and Saturday by appointment only. We are closed on Sundays.
A: Yes, we have one of the largest fitness equipment showrooms in the country.
A: Yes. While most of our customers are owners and operators of gyms, health clubs, fitness centers, etc., we do also sell to the general public. If you are looking for high-quality (commercial) equipment, you’ve come to the right place.
A: The vast majority of our equipment is commercial grade. As the saying goes, you pay for what you get. For example, a used commercial treadmill is typically going to last much longer than a treadmill from a typical sporting good store. This is why you see commercial fitness equipment in gyms. If you are serious about your home gym, a heavy-duty commercial piece of equipment is the way to go as well.
A: Yes, please give us a call to find out what deals we currently have available. Whether this is gym #1 or gym #100, we want you as a lifelong customer. We aim to make your experience working with us as enjoyable as possible.
A: We accept all major credit cards, bank transfers, checks, and Paypal.
We also offer financing, please click here for more details.
A: Yes, we ship locally, nationally and internationally. We have exceptional rates. Please call anytime for your best quote.
A: Yes, our experienced staff have years of experience in layout, design and installation*. We welcome the opportunity to help turn your gym idea into a profitable reality.
For examples of some of our work, please check out our gym planning page.
*Delivery and installation are provided by our network of installers
You’ll want to check your home’s wiring to assure the safety of your new equipment. Like refrigerators, dishwashers, and other large home appliances, cardio equipment pulls a lot of AMPS. The average fridge pulls 15 to 20-AMPS. At full force, an elliptical, for example, will draw 12 to 20-AMPS, less than a refrigerator but enough to require its own designated circuit. READ MORE
Flex Rate, LTL, and Full/Partial Truckload are our three options for shipping heavier items such as treadmills, ellipticals, spin bikes, and other large equipment. READ MORE