Choosing your equipment - Helpful Advice
Author: Again Faster Australia Date Posted:3 May 2016
Choosing equipment for your home or business.
Choosing equipment is really fun but it can be stressful too, can't it.
That's why we developed this library of videos to help you choose the right equipment the first time. You'll save time and money, love your gear for the rest of your life and come back to us time and time again for more gear. The perfect Win-Win.
To get us to that Win-Win, we've put together the questions we are asked most frequently. In this video series, you'll find a library of helpful advice that will provide tremendous value for you in choosing which equipment to buy.
We really hope this helps you to choose the gear that is best for you or your business. Of course, keep in mind, you can contact us at any time. We'd be happy to help.
Thanks again for getting a quote from us. We'd love to win your business.
Which barbells should I buy?
- The Evolution Barbell - If you want a high performing barbell on a budget, this is the one for you. It's been the workhorse of the industry for the past decade.
- The Team 2.0 barbell is hand down the best performing all around barbell you can get your hands on. Three colours to choose from, the best spin in the industry and with perfect strength and flex for all types of training. Get this barbell!
- The Klokov Competition Barbell is the bar is for those who demand the best of the best in their training or business. This bar will help you hit some serious PB's and also let your clients know that you are serious about your brand and buisness if you are a gym owner.
Which bumper plates should I buy?
- Virgin Rubber bumpers are made from super dense and durable vulcanized rubber with a co-moulded collar which will prevent cracking or spinning. At our lowest price point, they are perfect for a bulk buy or the budget concious.
- Crumb Rubber bumpers are next generation recycled rubber plates. They have a softer, more quiet bounce that will keep neighbours and the Council on side. Coloured flecks in the rubber show you what weight is on the bar.
- Again Faster Training plates are precision competition training plates for true professionals on a budget. IWF spec with a steel three-piece collar and bolts that will not come loose. Look pro with the best training plates around.
- Klokov competition plates are at the pinnacle of competitive weightlifting. If you want to separate yourself from the pack and lift with the best of the best, these are the plates for you.
How much weight should I buy?
- If you're setting up a gym, first esitmate how many clients you're likely to be training and their experience level
- 100kgs of weight per client is a good place to start
- Take it up to 110 or 120kgs per client if you are training more experienced, stronger clients
- If you're training at home, look at our 140 / 150kg packages
- Experienced Weightlifting Gym and Strength and Conditioning Studios will need to plan for even more weight
What essential gear do I need for my home gym?
- Consider what type of training you'll be doing at home
- Choose equipment you like to use to stay motivated
- Consider your goal and get the equipment that will support that goal