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Lat Pull Down$5.00
Yanre Fitness’ 61A15 lat pull down primarily targets the latissimus dorsi muscle,...
45° Leg Press$5.00
Yanre Fitness’ EI 7329 45° leg press is a plate loaded push exercise that targets the quadriceps and glutes. Thi...
Mid Row Machine$5.00
Yanre’s 61A14 mid-row machine is a piece of strength training equipment that works your back and shoulder muscles...
Yanre Fitness’ EI 7310 biceps curl has independent moving arms, pivoting handles to fit most forearm lengths and ...
Adjustable Roman Bench$5.00
Yanre Fitness’ adjustable roman bench, EI 7343, has an adjustable footplate to make the machine suitable for diff...
10 Pairs Dumbbell Rack$5.00
Yanre Fitness’ 61A53 10 pairs dumbbell rack allows for easy access to 10 pairs of dumbbells in a space-efficient ...
Hip Thrust Machine$5.00
Yanre Fitness’ 82032 hip thrust machine is designed to improve your gluteal strength, speed and power by teaching...
Yanre’s 61A11 tricep dip is designed to work your triceps, biceps, and shoulder muscles in your upper arms for st...
Flat/Incline Adjustable Bench$5.00
The adjustable bench, 61A46, features premium quality materials that ensure the comfortability of the pad yet firm ...
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Strength Equipment – A Definitive FAQ Guide
The wholesale fitness market is filled with all kinds of strength equipment. From simple to multi-purpose, it’s all here.
Do you want to learn about commercial strength machines but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry. You have come to the right place.
This FAQ guide has all the information about strength training equipment in one place. It will make your choice much easier & an informed one.
Table of Contents
- What are the types of strength equipment?
- Which type of strength equipment is better to use, resistance machines or free weights?
- What is the difference between pin-loaded and plate-loaded strength equipment?
- What are qualities to look for in commercial strength equipment?
- What is the function of a shroud on strength equipment?
- What are the accessories for commercial strength equipment?
- What is multi-gym strength equipment?
- Is it easy to move commercial strength equipment?
- What is dual-function commercial strength equipment?
What are the types of strength equipment?
Strength equipment is a wide category. It has the following types of equipment:
- Plate loaded strength equipment
- Pin loaded strength equipment
- Free weights
Most commercial strength training equipment is either pin-loaded or plate loaded.
Figure 1 – Strength training equipment
Plate loaded strength equipment:
Plate loaded equipment used weight plates. There are many plate-loaded strength machines. Like:
Figure 2 – A plate loaded to pull back machine
Pin loaded strength equipment:
Pin-loaded strength equipment is also called selectorized machine. These use an attached weight stack.
This type of strength equipment includes:
- Prone Leg Curl Machine
- Seated Row Machines
- Calf Extension Machine
- Chest Press Machine
- Leg Press Machine, etc.
Figure 3 – A seated pin-loaded leg press machine
Power racks or racks:
Power Racks or racks are of four types:
- Full Racks
- Half Racks
- Functional Trainers
- Smith Machines
Figure 4 – A full power rack
A full power rack has:
- A four-sided framework
- Also called a power cage
- High weight capacity
- Attachable to a weight bench
Figure 5 – A half power rack
A half-power rack has:
- Only 2 uprights
- Space-saving compared to a full rack
- J-hooks for barbells
- Safety hooks
A functional trainer is a cable machine. It provides a wide range of exercises.
A good functional trainer will strengthen the core, upper & lower body.
The qualities of a functional trainer are:
- High & low pulleys
- Dual weight stack
- Unrestricted workout
- No spotter needed
Figure 6 – A pin-loaded functional trainer
Figure 7 – A smith machine
Smith machines are a cage with a vertical moving guided squat bar.
The qualities of a commercial smith machine are:
- High weight capacity
- A safer free barbell workout
- Solid frame
- Promotes good posture
- Develops all major muscles
Gym benches are basic strength equipment. These are easily available & widely used. Commercial gym benches may be:
- Selectorized or plate loaded
- Four types
- Fixed & flat weight benches
- Adjustable weight benches
- Olympic weight benches
- Specialty weight benches
- Easy to move
Figure 8 – An adjustable weight bench
Free weights are a cheaper option for strength training. They require care & training to use correctly.
Free weights include:
Figure 9 – A dumbbell
Compared side by side, the differences between the three types of free weights are:
|Round plate-shapedHandle in middlePlates on each side of the handleMore range of motionSingle hand useThree typesFixedAdjustableStudio||Straight metal barsSleeves on both endsHolds weight platesOnly vertical motionNeeds both handsThree typesStandardOlympicPowerlifting||Spherical shapeHandle on topSingleMore range of motionSingle hand useTwo typesStandard cast ironCompetition|
Figure 10 – Commercial strength equipment (Dumbbells)
Which type of strength equipment is better to use, resistance machines or free weights?
Both strength machines & free weights will build muscle. The differences between the two are because of safety, price, space, etc.
- Learning curve
- Wide range of movement
- Versatile exercises
- Safety issues
- Injury risk
- Better for balance & coordination
- Less learning curve
- Limited range of motion
- Isolated exercises
- Safer than free weights
- Better if recovering from injury
- Higher weight capacity
- More support
What is the difference between pin-loaded and plate-loaded strength equipment?
Strength equipment uses weights to provide resistance for the workout. These weights can be pin-loaded or plate-loaded.
Though the end goal is the same for both types of weight loads, they are not the same.
The differences between pin loaded machine and plate loaded strength equipment are:
Pin loaded strength equipment:
- Rectangular weight plates
- Fixed weight capacity
- Simple to use
- Easily to adjust the resistance
Figure 11 – A pin-loaded leg extension & curl machine
Plate loaded strength equipment:
- Weight plates used
- Circular weight plates
- Higher weight capacity
- Learning curve compared to pin loaded
- Difficult to adjust the resistance
Figure 12 – A plate loaded iso-lateral super incline press
What are qualities to look for in commercial strength equipment?
- Weight capacity
- Weight storage
- Foldable or fixed
- Add ons
Higher weight capacity makes strength equipment adaptable. Commercial machines are used by people with different weights, sizes & builds.
A lower weight capacity will limit the usefulness of strength-based gym equipment.
Most commercial strength equipment has weight capacities up to 400Kgs.
Strength equipment with built-in weight storage makes it space-saving. As it removes the need for a separate weight rack.
The storage pegs or pins are made of aluminum. When in use, these act as a counterweight for the machine.
Figure 13 – Weight storage pins on a strength machine
Figure 14 – Construction of strength equipment
Commercial strength equipment is built to last. It is constructed of high-quality materials.
Yanre Fitness strength equipment is made of:
- High gauge steel
Other materials will give way to wear & tear due to excessive use. Making it a costly choice in the long run.
The finish is important because sweat & over-use is not good for the frame. A low-quality finish is easily damaged & bad for brand image.
For commercial strength machines, the finish is either a powder coat or chrome.
Yanre Fitness strength equipment is protected by two layers of powder coating.
Low-quality upholstery will dry out, crack and dent. It also is bad for the users as they may slip off the bench or seat.
Commercial strength equipment upholstery is of:
- High-density padded foam
- PU leather or PVC leather
- Textured vinyl
- ABS plastic support plate
The padding has to be 2-3 inches thick for comfort.
Adjustable strength machines have many benefits. Like
- Dual function
- Flat, incline & decline angles
- Suitable for people of various builds
- Wide range of motion
Adjustable parts should work in a quick, easy & smooth manner. There are two ways to adjust strength equipment.
- Step ladder
Figure 15 – A pop-pin mechanism adjustable gym bench
Strength machines with a wide footprint or base are more stable while in use. The base has rubber pads that grip the floor firmly.
This makes the machine skid or slip-resistant.
Quality commercial strength equipment is smooth during use. There is no gripping or sticking.
This maximizes the benefit of the machine & prevents injury.
Add ons with strength equipment make it more versatile & attractive for your customers.
- Instructional placards
- Bottle holders
- Cell phone & key holders, etc.
Strength training involves heavyweights. It can easily result in an injury. Strength equipment should have a stable base to avoid wobbling.
The proper locking mechanism of adjustable parts, wide seat & back pads to prevent slipping from the pad or falling off.
Proper maintenance of commercial strength equipment includes:
- Warranty, etc.
What is the function of a shroud on strength equipment?
A shroud makes pin-loaded strength equipment safer & more appealing. It is a cover that is put over an exposed weight stack or pulleys & cables.
This prevents anything from getting caught in the weight stack. It also protects the components from exposure damage.
There are two types of shrouds:
- A full shroud
- A half shroud
Both types are either opaque or transparent. An instructional placard may also be placed on the shroud to guide users.
What are the accessories for commercial strength equipment?
Commercial strength equipment is upgraded by various accessories. These are not included with strength equipment. Accessories have to be purchased separately.
These accessories include:
- Curl bar
- Handle grips
- Triceps extension handle, etc.
Figure 18 – Cable machine attachments & accessories
What is multi-gym strength equipment?
It is also known as an “All in one” gym machine. A multi-gym has several stations in one machine.
It may have 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, or even more stations.
Yanre Fitness has a wide range of multi-gym strength equipment for sale.
The benefits of a multi-gym are:
- Wide range of exercises
- Multiple stations
- Accommodates more than one user
- Pin loaded
Is it easy to move commercial strength equipment?
Yes, it is.
There is a valid reason to make commercial strength equipment portable. Due to limited space, many commercial gyms prefer to store equipment when not in use.
Strength equipment is large in size. An easy and quick way to move it from one place to another is an advantage.
Three things make strength machines easy to move.
Some commercial strength equipment has foldable parts. This makes it easier to save space once the machine is not in use.
Figure 20 – Foldable weight bench with a handle at the front
Wheels are the best option. They are folded up when the equipment is in use. Allowing the machine to rest on its base.
Some machines have two wheels at one end while others have four. Two on each end.
Figure 21 – Weight bench with wheels & handles
Handles make strength equipment easy to pull. Some machines have handles on both sides while others have one at the front or back only.
What is dual-function commercial strength equipment?
Dual function strength equipment gives the benefit of more than one exercise in a single machine.
Some examples of dual-function strength machines are:
- Leg extension & lying leg curl machine
- Lat pull-down & low row machine
- Standing biceps & triceps machine, etc.
Yanre Fitness offers a durable range of multi-use commercial strength machines.
Dual function strength equipment offers:
- Can withstand up to 1400Kgs of tension
Wholesale strength equipment is a must for a fitness-related business. It is easily available.
Go online & you will find info on all forms of strength equipment. Hopefully, this FAQ guide will save you from the information overload & steer you in the right direction.
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