Bunnings is Now Selling Home Workout Equipment Online So You Officially Have No Excuse

Aussie fitness stores are essentially ghost-towns at the moment. The closure of gyms and fitness studios has seen us all running to sports retailers to pick up dumbells and barbells to get our fitness fix. So much so, there’s actually a shortage of fitness equipment across the country. But like it has for many a teenage beer-bong builder, Bunnings is coming through with the goods. The DIY chain has just dropped a bunch of workout equipment on its online store MarketLink.

From accessories to trainers to weights, Bunnings gym equipment store has your at-home fitness needs covered in full. What’s more, the brand also offers delivery direct to your front door. Most of the Bunnings gym equipment is Adidas, so you know it’s good quality stuff, but the prices are also super reasonable. You can pick up an elliptical machine for as little as $350.

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Bunnings Workout Equipment

What Workout Equipment Does Bunnings Sell?

The Bunnings gym equipment list is actually pretty extensive, covering predominantly cardio training capabilities. Here is a list of all the cardio equipment you’ll find at the Bunnings MarketLink site;

  • PowerTrain Elliptical Cross Trainer Exercise Bike
  • PowerTrain Elliptical Cross Trainer Exercise Bike With Dumbbells Resistance Bands
  • PowerTrain Inclined Sit Up Bench With Resistance Bands
  • PowerTrain Air Resistance Exercise Spin Bike
  • Powertrain Black IS500 Heavy Flywheel Exercise Spin Bike
  • PowerTrain Black Heavy Flywheel Exercise Spin Bike
  • PowerTrain Blue Flywheel Exercise Spin Bike
  • PowerTrain IS500 Silver Heavy Flywheel Exercise Spin Bike
  • PowerTrain Blue Flywheel Exercise Spin Bike
  • PowerTrain Black Magnetic Flywheel Rowing Machine
  • PowerTrain Magnetic Flywheel Rowing Machine

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In terms of strength and weight-lifting accessories, Bunnings gym equipment includes;

  • Adidas 10kg Full Body Weight Vest Home Gym Sport Fitness Strength Training
  • Adidas Peanut Double Massage Ball Recovery Pressure Gym Fitness Sport Physio
  • Adidas Massage Ball Gym Fitness Recovery Pressure Sport
  • Adidas Wrist Wraps Training Equipment Strap Elastic Thick Fighting Fitness Gym
  • Adidas Exercise Training Floor Mat Gym 10mm Thick Gym Yoga Fitness Judo Pilates
  • Adidas Stretch Assist Band Looped Warm Up Warmup Pre-Workout – Red/Black
  • Adidas Mini Textured Foam Roller Recovery Gym Fitness Sport Physio – Grey Camo
  • Adidas MEDIUM RESISTANCE Large Power Band Strength Assist Fitness Stretching
  • Adidas Exercise Training Floor Mat Gym 10mm Thick Gym Yoga Fitness Judo Pilates
  • Adidas Foam Roller Recovery Gym Fitness Massage Sport Physio- Blue Core
  • Adidas Premium Yoga Mat 5mm Exercise Training Floor Gym Fitness Judo Pilates
  • Adidas Premium Push Up Bars Grips Non Slip Handles Gym Training Fitness Foam
  • Adidas Resistance Tube Yoga Pilates Gym Exercise Home Fitness Workout L1
  • Adidas HEAVY RESISTANCE Large Power Band Strength Assist Fitness Stretching
  • Adidas LIGHT RESISTANCE Large Power Band Strength Assist Fitness Stretching
  • Powertrain 5kg Heavy Duty Adjustable Ankle Weights

If you’re worried about the battle of the bulge during isolation, good-guy Bunnings has got your sorted. Too bad they can’t deliver a snag at the same time.

Check it out

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General FAQ

Do Bunnings sell gym equipment?

Yes, Bunnings gym equipment can be found on their online store MarketLink.

What kind of gym equipment does Bunnings sell?

Bunnings sell gym equipment ranging from exercise bikes, to rowing machines, and your more basic weights.

Where can I buy gym equipment in Sydney?

Other than at Bunnings, you can also find gym equipment at Home Gym Equipment Sydney or Life Fitness Australia.

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