Let’s face it! When it comes to buying used gym equipment for your home, the choices are virtually unlimited. The essential truth remains that most of the time you get what you pay for.

So if you want to purchase a piece of fitness equipment that will go the distance, how can you best surf through the gimmicks and get to the heart of the issue? Do I need to spend thousands of dollars to get the cardio exercise I so desperately need? Do I have to traipse to the gym at 5 am and watch the monthly fees go up and up in order to feel the burn?

The answer is a resounding NO! In most cases fitness is simple. You need to find a way to burn more calories than you consume. This means finding a balance between diet and exercise. There are many variables to the diet side of this scenario, but suffice it to say for the purpose of this article that balance is the key.

Let’s get back to cardio! There are so many choices. Residential grade fitness equipment is manufactured with the notion that it will not really be used. It is marketed to the fitness enthusiast who buys it on a weight loss whim and then it is quickly reduced to the lowly job of a clothes rack. It is not intended to stand up to “real” use. If you buy fitness equipment from a big box company and then really use it you are sure to have problems in the first few months after you purchase it. Good luck with finding someone to service it and ordering parts is an expensive nightmare.

On the other side of the coin there is commercial equipment. A new commercial treadmill can run you upwards from $2800. An elliptical machine is even more expensive than that. These are much easier to service, are more durable and are easier to get parts if a problem arises. Commercial equipment is designed to be used hard everyday for years. With proper maintenance it will last forever. The price tag for commercial home gym equipment is often steep, making this option out of reach for many people.

Are you discouraged? Don’t be! There is another way — a better way! Consider used commercial fitness equipment. Companies in the used gym equipment industry often go out and buy up used cardio and strength equipment. They refurbish the equipment and make it like new and then sell it for a fraction of the cost of buying it new.

If you could buy a like new elliptical for $2000 that goes for $5000 new, it’s a no brainer! Make sure that all of the cardio equipment goes through an extensive refurbishing process, that the company can easily provide gym equipment replacement parts, and they have trained technicians on staff to service all of the equipment they sell.

Our company, www.usedfitnesssales.com that has an over 40,000 square foot warehouse located in Thomaston, CT with at least 100 pieces of cardio and strength equipment in stock — not to mention dumbbells, benches and accessories. Grab your sneakers and come go on over to their website at www.usedfitnesssales.com. The staff at Used Fitness Sales would love to show you a better way to get quality fitness equipment in your home.

Our knowledgeable staff is committed to selling you what you need. They are not at all interested in overselling you, only providing you with the absolute best commercial grade home gym equipment at the best prices, and with the best service.

Get commercial grade home gym and fitness equipment today at up to 70% off retail prices from Used Fitness Sales — located in Thomaston, CT, found online at https://www.usedfitnesssales.com and telephone 866-497-0494.