Cybex offers a full array of strength and cardio training machines. With over 150 unique pieces, it manufactures the largest selection of strength training equipment in the industry, including four complete strength lines, in addition to modular, plate-loaded, free weights and Big Iron. Cardio equipment comprises a full range of treadmills and bikes, and the revolutionary Arc Trainer. A pioneer in the development of inclusive fitness, Cybex produces its Total Access line of products for individuals with physical disabilities.
If you are looking to get your heart racing and blood pumping, why not explore our range of used and new cardio gym equipment for sale to find the most suitable equipment for your individual needs, goals and most importantly budget.
Strength training is ideal for caloric burn, getting stronger, building muscle and getting leaner. With so many benefits you cannot afford to not have strength training in your weekly schedule. We have you covered with our used and new strength equipment covering all major brans such as Life fitness, Precor, Technogym and Hammer Strength. Installation available for home or commercial gym set ups.
Browse the intricate innovation of Cybex technology within this full range and see the products they pride themselves with offering fitness perfection to every user. Explore our full Cybex range; including their range of cross trainers, exercise bikes, treadmills and strength machines, complete with both new and used equipment for you to browse and purchase.
Cybex products deliver unparalleled results for exercisers from first-time users to professional athletes. So it really is a must for both people wanting to buy commercial gym equipment or trade-in used gym equipment when it comes to refurb time!
Cardio equipment includes a full line of treadmills and bikes, plus the revolutionary Arc Trainer. The Arc Trainer is a unique offering in the elliptical category, capable of high intensity, low impact workouts and scientifically demonstrated to reduce damage to the knees.
Cybex is a quality fitness brand that you will find in all good gyms. Whether you are shopping for your own home gym or a commercial gym we have a range of quality used stock. From treadmills, exercise bikes, or selectorised equipment, you won't go wrong buying Cybex.
Total Access is a line of commercial fitness equipment designed to be accessible to the physically impaired but which does not exclude other exercisers. This allows fitness enthusiasts who have physical or sensory limitations to take advantage of fitness training on the same gym floor and using the same equipment as those who do not. The CYBEX Total Access line was developed by CYBEX UK. In the United Kingdom, exercise facilities are expected to provide fitness machines that will serve everyone (Inclusive Fitness Initiative - IFI). Working with the IFI as a research partner, CYBEX created Total Access to meet the needs of exercise enthusiasts who have cognitive, sensory or physical impairments. To assure the best possible understanding of the needs of this population, CYBEX worked with physically-limited individuals to create equipment that would best meet their needs. After a rigorous testing process, CYBEX introduced Total Access and became one of the only suppliers with a comprehensive range of state 2 IFI accredited equipment.In the USA, CYBEX Total Access products qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and can be eligible for tax credits. For colleges, health clubs, hotels, YMCAs and other exercise facilities that need to provide for a diverse population, Total Access meets this requirement. And, because CYBEX designed Total Access to be inclusive, facilities need to purchase only one set of equipment that all can use.
For the best home gym equipment with commercial durability, At Home Fitness carries three brands that really stand out for the best combination of comfort and durability: Cybex Fitness, LifeFitness and 3G Cardio.
The Life Fitness roots trace back to the earliest days of the modern fitness craze with the Lifecycle in the 1970s. Today, the Rosemont, Illinois, based company is still a leader that produces equipment with both the Health Club owner and home exerciser in mind.
If you are shopping for LifeFitness equipment in Arizona, At Home Fitness carries a wide variety of their products ranging from Elliptical Cross Trainers, to Lifecycles and Recumbent Bikes, to Home Gyms.
Two lines of equipment that At Home Fitness is especially proud to carry are Cybex and Life Fitness. In 2016, Cybex joined the Life Fitness family of brands. Life Fitness is a division of Brunswick Corporation and employs 3,000 workers worldwide.
This recall involves the Cybex Smith Press model 5340, manufactured and distributed from 1989 through 1993, and model 5341, manufactured and distributed from 1993 through 2009. The models have a weight bar seated between two parallel vertical tracks on latch pins. The weight bar can be moved up and down to perform upper body and lower body exercises. The equipment is used primarily in fitness facilities. The weight bar was sold with the Smith Press, and the weights were sold separately. The model number is printed on the base of the frame of the Smith Press equipment.
Consumers should immediately stop using the weight-lifting equipment and contact Cybex for instructions on how to receive a free repair for model 5341 or a credit or refund of the current value for model 5340. All known purchasers are being contacted by the firm.
Our team installed multiple equipment from the Cybex Prestige Strength VRS and Total Access line which includes equipment like Leg Press, Seated Leg Curl, Leg Extension, Overhead Press, Chest Press, Lat Pulldown, and Row Rear Delt!
Our team strives to do an exceptional job with every delivery, assembly, and installation. We hope you let us deliver and install your next purchase of fitness equipment, whether that being a big purchase or a small one!
Designed for facilities looking to provide intuitive cardio equipment focused on results for exercisers. Rooted in the Cybex history of effective cardio equipment, but with an appealing look and innovative features that cater to exercisers driven by results. Includes a powerful 8 horsepower peak motor, an Interval Training Zone and wireless connection to help facility owners better manage their equipment.
General company information including Directors & Officers, Corporate Governance, Cybex history and who we partner with to bring the mission of exercise equipment designed to improve physical well being to our customers.
Buy your Cybex fitness equipment replacements parts from Fitness Parts Direct. We supply parts for the most popular Cybex crosstrainer, exercise bikes, studio cycles, treadmills and strength equipment models.
We specialize in REFURBISHED commercial equipment. Our highly experienced and qualified technicians take special care to clean, detail, inspect and replace any and all subpar mechanical items. Our detailed refurbishing process begins once purchased and allows you to receive a mechanically sound and beautiful piece of state-of-the-art commercial fitness equipment for a fraction of the cost of a new machine.
Try this next time you're at the gym. Start up that treadmill-like device, an ArcTrainer, I think it's called, and while you're running at about your maximum speed, try interviewing the guy standing next to you. By the way, he's the CEO of the company that makes the machine you're exercising on, so it's important that in between all that wheezing, you actually hear what he has to say. \"Some machine isn't it\" asks John Aglialoro, the CEO of Cybex . \"These things are the best in the business.\" Frankly, I don't remember what my answer was, but I do know the interview was shorter than usual. Aglialoro and I have met at NASDAQ traded Cybex's new 15 million dollar, 275,000 square foot, manufacturing facility in Owatonna, Minnesota. Yeah, I know, I had to look it up too. It's an hour or so outside Minneapolis. So what we have here are multiple story lines. First, there's the whole exercise machine business. Who knew it was still a money maker \"You can make money if you have a good product, and if you know what the hell you're doing \" Aglialoro says as we walk through the plant. I managed to convince him that doing part of the interview actually walking instead of running would make for better questions. Aglialoro took over Cybex seven years ago. He had built the Trotter treadmill company into a top brand, and then UM Holdings, a venture capital firm in which he's a shareholder, bought Cybex. Who better to run it than Aglialoro Nobody. From a debt-ridden, soon to go belly-up operation, Aglialoro has turned Cybex into a money maker -- revenue in 2006 at $126 million and listed by Business Week this past summer as one of the \"Hot Growth Companies.\" \"Look at this, come over here, look at this. This piece goes in this end, and by the time it comes out over there, it's ready to be assembled. It doesn't get touched by human hands once in goes in there.\" Aglialoro is more than a little enthusiastic about his new facility, and proud of what he's managed to accomplish right here in Minnesota. Story line number two. \"We can control costs. We can control quality. We can get parts and services to our customers quickly. It makes economic sense to be here in the U.S. And we plan to keep it that way.\" He says all that while also pointing out that Cybex exercise equipment is sold to large-volume end users -- health clubs and rehabilitation centers, places like that. The margins are a lot less in the home-use market, although he does plan a line for that sector soon. And he says what they concentrate on is performance, results -- not looks. \"A lot of machines look like Armani, but don't perform. Inside our machines, we're German.\" Not much on looks, but boy do they go. Now for story line number three. Does the name Ayn Rand mean anything to you She wrote \"Atlas Shrugged.\" For a small but growing number of people, this book that argues in favor of individual freedom and self-reliance is a template for how to live their lives. Aglialoro is a trustee of The Atlas Society, an organization devoted to Rand's ideals. \"So tell me about the movie.\" I say. He looks surprised, pauses, and says, \"Now Here\" \"Sure,\" I say, \"Why not\" You see, Aglialoro owns the film rights to the book and has been trying to get it made for a while now. \"Well,\" he says, after pausing a bit. \"I really think we're going to get it made. I feel good about it.\" As he should. John Aglialoro seems to be the kind of guy who gets what he wants, by working hard and being self-reliant. Next time we see each other, he can run on the treadmill, and I'll do the interview standing still. 'Mike On America' video segments can be seen on \"Power Lunch\" -- that's 12 to 2 Eastern Time, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We'll be on the road this week in Montana. See you along the road. Questions Comments email@example.com 59ce067264