Collection: Glute Machines

Our collection of glute machines has been curated from the best brands in the world, ensuring durability, quality, and effectiveness, every single time. If you’re looking for high-quality gym machines for glutes, we can help.

We take pride in offering the best in both quality and customer experience. All our glute machines are sourced from leading brands around the world, backed by the strongest warranties in the industry. No matter which piece you’re interested in, you can rest assured it’s been engineered with top-quality materials and will stay durable for life. 

We’re also committed to making sure you make the best choice possible. Whether you’re a fitness expert or a beginner, finding the right machine for your space and fitness goals isn’t always easy. That’s why our knowledge and experience are at your disposal. If you'd like any help during the decision making process, feel free to contact us directly, or come in to see us in our Canberra store. 

And if you’d like to buy from anywhere else in Australia, we can help with that too. We offer nationwide shipping and have a hassle-free returns policy, so you can get your purchase shipped directly to you, quickly and reliably. 

See our gym machines for glutes here

With our curated range of glute machines, you’re sure to find something that suits your fitness level, budget, and preferences. Take a look here, or read more below.

Glute Machines FAQs

Which machine is best for glutes?

Each machine has unique features and benefits. For instance, the Body-Solid GLCE365 Leg Extension/Curl can allow you to work on leg curls for glute and hamstring development at the same time, whereas a hip thrust machine is designed for direct strengthening of the gluteus maximus muscle. Feel free to talk to us if you’re not sure what you’re looking for, and we can help you out.

Are glutes worth working out?

Yes, the glute muscles are the largest muscles in the body and play a crucial role in your overall physical health. Not only do strong glutes improve your posture, but they also support your lower back, hips, and legs.

How do you target all three glutes?

The glute muscles consist of three parts: gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. To target all three glutes, you’ll probably want to combine a variety of different exercises into your workout routine. 

For instance, glute bridges and hip thrusts are perfect for activating and strengthening the gluteus maximus, while lateral band walks and clamshells are perfect for working the gluteus medius and minimus muscles. 

The leg press machine is also a good way to target your glutes. Not only is it one of the best glute workouts out there, it will also target the other muscles in your legs, such as the hamstrings, quads, and calves. The GLPH1100 leg press machine is a great example of this.

Find the perfect glute machine with GymQuip

We’re always happy to help people find what they’re looking for—talk to us today about your goals and your budget, and we can help you find what you need to reach the next stage of your fitness journey.  

We can also price match if you’ve found the same machine cheaper somewhere else—just let us know and we’ll be happy to beat the price, online or in-store. Click here for more details.