Not very much actually. We take care of just about everything, from delivery and set up of your rental fitness solution, to providing you with a full orientation of your new equipment. We deliver 6 days a week and evenings too, so all you need to do is let us know what time is most convenient for you. Renting makes it easy!
Yes, you can, and all of our programs include rent-to-own and buy-out options. The rental fees you pay can be counted toward the purchase of your equipment, plus also give you the flexibility of renting, swapping or returning your equipment down the road if you wish.
If you are not sure exactly which type of fitness equipment is right for you, our Fitness Experts are here to help you choose. Our wide selection of treadmills, elliptical trainers, bikes and rowing machines give you lots of options, and don’t forget that our swap options give you the chance to switch your machine if you need to as well.
It depends on the type of fitness equipment you choose, but we usually suggest that planning on needing a footprint of about 3’ by 6’ for a treadmill, or 2.5′ by 6.5’ for an elliptical is a good place to start, but we can provide exact measurements based on exact treadmill, elliptical, exercise bike or rower package that you choose.
Not really. Our high-quality fitness equipment has all been designed for quiet residential use and comfort, and we often joke that you’ll probably make more noise than our machines do. You will probably be surprised at how smooth and quiet our treadmills are, even when running at high speed, while our ellipticals and bikes make virtually no noise at all.
We take care of that too. If your treadmill, elliptical, bike or rower ever requires service, we’ll look after it at no charge to you.
The answer to this very common question: It depends, but “Both!” is our usual answer. While ellipticals that have both upper and lower body movement allow you to potentially burn more calories per hour by calling more muscle groups into action, it really depends on your overall exertion level. Generally, the higher the exertion level on any piece of fitness equipment, the higher the caloric burn. Still not sure? We say why not do both in your home gym!
Not at all, and we always caution you to avoid the used fitness equipment market for the very same reasons we avoid it ourselves. Poor quality equipment is not only not worth anything, but can also be dangerous, ineffective, and actually end up costing you hundreds or even thousands of dollars more in repair, parts and ultimately, disposal costs.