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Welcome to our Gymworld !

Sales Line: 9am to 7pm Mon-Sat (Sun 12am to 5pm)

FREEPHONE Landline  0800 019 1005
FREEPHONE Mobile 0330 119 0888

 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to Gymworld.

We have just celebrated a landmark anniversary - 30 years in the fitness business!

Since we opened the doors of our fitness store on 1st March 1984 we have seen many changes. The quality and reliability of home fitness and gym equipment far exceeds the offerings available in the 80`s, and being fit and active as a lifestyle choice is now commonplace and practiced by many of us across all age groups.

We ourselves now operate from much larger premises, and whilst the size of our business has changed our focus on delivering the best advice and service possible remains the same.

Whether you are a new or returning customer we would like to say thanks to you all and look forward to serving you for years to come!

Latest News
  • What to look for when buying a treadmill

    Most sales people will advise you to buy a treadmill with a largemotor, this is only relevant to a point, and the size of the motor needed depends on the intensity of use for the treadmill.  If youare a runner and run 4-5 times a week for about 5-10k, a larger motor would be beneficial, but if you are using your treadmill for general fitness purposes, and walk/jog 2-3 time a week for about 30 mins each time, a large motor is not a necessity, anything over 2chp (continuous horse power) is adequate.  The quality of the motor is more important than buying the biggest motor you can find, a good quality motor will be smooth, quiet, and respond quickly to speed changes. Continue reading

  • What do we mean by becoming fit?

    Most people understand this as being slim and being able to run a reasonable distance, so why do we become wary and immediately go on the defensive when somebody say’s let go to the gym or come on we’ll go for a run this weekend. Our first reaction is to make up an excuse, I can’t because…… and we come out with a long line of excuses.

    Is this because most of us think it is very hard to get fit and I’ll end up sweating buckets, feel sick, I just can’t bothered or I don’t have the time. If we answer this question truthfully, do we answer, it’s because I am unfit and I don’t want to embarrass myself in front of others by showing them how unfit I really am?

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