Are you looking to buy an ergometer for your home gym? Our range of ergometers includes upper body ergometers, rowing machines, skiergs, and more. The ergometers in our range are perfect for people who want to improve their strength and endurance and accurately track their workouts.
Upper body ergometers such as a water grinder provide an effective workout for the arms, shoulders, chest, and back muscles. They are also ideal for people who have limited mobility in their legs or want to focus on their upper body.
Rowing machines are a popular choice among fitness enthusiasts who want to improve their cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength. These machines provide a full-body workout that targets the arms, legs, back, and core muscles. With these ergometers, you can enjoy an effective and challenging workout that will help you achieve your fitness goals.
At GymQuip, we pride ourselves on only offering the best-quality gym equipment in the industry. Our range of ergometers is no exception; each machine is built to last and withstand regular use for years to come.
We also pride ourselves on top-quality service. Choosing the right equipment can be overwhelming, especially if you’re just starting out. If you’d like assistance in your decision-making process, feel free to talk to us about your training goals, space requirements, and budget. You can contact us directly, or come in to visit us in our Canberra store.
Want to buy online? With our great nationwide shipping, you can. Thanks to our hassle-free returns policy, you can get your purchase sent directly to you anywhere in Australia, quickly and reliably.
Browse our range of ergometers today and take the first step towards achieving your fitness goals! Take a look at the collection here, or scroll down to read more.
An ergometer is designed to measure the amount of work you put in during a workout. It can be used with various different types of fitness equipment, many of which have an ergometer built in. You’ll most commonly find the word erg referring to rowing machines, some upright bikes, and upper body ergs.
Ergometers are ideal for people looking for an effective workout that they can track accurately, and many athletes use them to train at home.
“Ergometer” actually comes from Greek. The word is made up of ergon (ἔργον), meaning “work”, and metron (μέτρον), meaning “to measure”. This means ergometer more or less translates to “work measurer”.
Talk to the team at GymQuip today about your fitness goals, and we’ll be happy to help you find an erg calculator that will help you see results fast. With our help, you’ll be burning calories with precision in no time.
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