Collection: Chest Machines

Want to find the best machine for your chest workouts? Our collection of chest machines is carefully curated from the best brands in the world, because here at GymQuip, we believe in quality and durability, and only stock equipment that is built to last. If you're looking for a chest exercise machine that will help you reach your fitness goals faster, our range will have something for you, whether you're a beginner, or seasoned pro.

Chest machines are a great way to target your chest muscles and build upper body strength. Our collection includes seated chest press machines, shoulder press machines, incline bench press machines, and more, all designed to help you isolate and work specific areas of your chest.

At GymQuip, we understand that everyone has different fitness goals and priorities. Whether you're looking to lose weight, build muscle, or improve your overall health, we can help find the perfect chest exercise machine for you. If you're unsure about which machine to choose or have any questions, our team of experts is always here to help. We welcome visitors to our store in Canberra and are always happy to deliver a personal touch. 

We also offer nationwide shipping and a hassle-free returns policy, and you can always contact us directly for advice. No matter where you are in Australia, we're here to make your shopping experience as easy and enjoyable as possible

Chest Machines FAQs

What machines work your chest?

There are many different machines designed to help you work the chest area, including chest press machines, smith machines, pec decks, and even the cable machine. If you’re unsure which of these will work best for you, talk to us about what you’d like to achieve, and we can help you find the right fit.

How many times a week should you work your chest?

It’s a good idea to take a break of at least one day between chest days, meaning the maximum number you can do a week is likely to be three days with a rest day in between each. 

If you’re lifting weights that are toward the heavier end of the spectrum, and doing less reps, it's better to have even more rest days in between.

Which machine is best for losing chest fat?

If you're wondering which machine is best for chest fat, we recommend incorporating both cardio and strength training into your routine. Cardiovascular exercises like running, cycling, or swimming can help you burn calories and reduce overall body fat.

Strength training with chest machines is generally better for building muscle and improving your overall body composition.

Focus on getting the results you want

Our collection of chest machines can help take your chest workout to the next level. Talk to us about your requirements today, and if you’ve found something for a lower price somewhere else, show it to us and we can beat the price, whether it’s online or in-store. Click here for more details.