If your workout routine involves a lot of lifting weights, especially heavy weights with a barbell, like the squat and deadlift, then a weightlifting belt will help protect your back and keep your form safe. Even if you prefer to workout with more manageable dumbbells a belt can still be useful, especially as you start to increase the weight on certain exercises.
If you prefer a more functional weight workout as opposed to lifting big numbers then a kettlebell is the way to go. These weights come in a variety of fixed weights and the exercises performed with them call on a lot of integrated movements, making them really challenging even with a lighter weight kettlebell.
Our range of sport equipment doesn’t end with weights though. We’ve got cardio machines like treadmills and cross trainers, plus sport specific equipment like punch bags, all of which bring an extra dimension to your training. A fitness tracker might not seem like an essential bit of kit but it can help you monitor and record your workouts so you can keep an eye on your progress and adjust your workouts based on real evidence, which will help maximise your results.