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Posted Oct 1, 2014 by Gym Source in Circuit Training and tagged Cybex, fitness machines, HOIST, Home Gym, Matrix, Multi-Gyms, Tuff Stuff, weight training.

Featured Product Category: Multi-Station Gyms

For residential and commercial facilities looking to pack more fitness into their available space, few pieces match the multi-station gym. Perfect for smaller, multi-tenant facilities—think hotels, condos and country clubs—multi-station gyms ensure your guests and residents get the workout they want.

What makes a multi-station gym so attractive to these facilities is their ability to deliver multiple movements in one space-efficient machine. Taking up just 70-120 square feet of space, they pack in the fitness fortitude of a full strength-training circuit in half the space—for a quarter of the cost.

When it comes to choosing multi-station gyms, the world is your oyster. At Gym Source, of course, we’ve got some favorites. Here are a few we love, and the features that make them special:

>>The Hoist 4-Stack Multi-Gym (H-4400)

What we love: Delivers 4 stations in just 68 square feet of space. Minimum amount of adjustments required between users. Patented range-of-motion feature allows quick adjustments for body size and stretch preference

>>The Cybex Compact Multi-Station (MG525)

What we love: Compact, 67 square foot design fits into a corner space. Illustrated instructional placards guide users through basic exercises

>>The Paramount 4-Stack Multi-Gym (MP4)

What we love: Sturdy construction. Easy adjustability for users of all levels. Superior engineering and design.

>>The TuffStuff 4-Station Multi-Gym (AP-7400)

What we love: Independent steal weight stacks enable simultaneous exercise participation. Elevated frame and integrated rubber stabilizers ensure stability. Full-length steel shrouds fully protect machine interior.

>>The Matrix 3-Stack Multi-Gym (G1-MG30)

What we love: Three weight stacks. Color coded adjustments for ease of use in unsupervised locations. Protective metal shrouds that help prevent damage and keep users away from inner components.

To find the right multi-station gym for your facility, contact your Gym Source representative.

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