accessories for your workout
At BIM Fitness we believe it’s important to not only have great fitness machines and all the best attachments that come with it, but also to offer additional items that support a non-machine workout. Many of our gym members realize the importance of stretching and others embrace floor exercise as part of their routine. We like to make sure we have what they need and always free to use.
Yoga / exercise mats
Some of our gym members like to stretch before they workout, others integrate floor exercise as part of their routine. That’s why we always have exercise/yoga mats at the ready.
We chose Retrospec’s 1-inch high-density foam mats for maximum cushion and to ensure a comfortable stretching session or floor workout for our BIM Fitness members.
handles and grips
We have a sizable assortment of over 30 handles, bars and grips for attaching to our very popular cable jungles as well as some items that can be used independently. If you’re serious about lifting, we’re serious about providing you with the attachments you need.
Our list includes:
3-in-1 plyometric wood boxes
If you like to incorporate plyometric or jumping exercises into your workout routine, we always have a couple of plyometric wood boxes available.
We chose Rogue Fitness for our jump boxes because of their 3 in 1 design. You get three height options of 20, 24 or 30 inches depending upon which side you place down.
We also like that these boxes are made in the U.S.A. out of 3/4-inch pine and have increased integrity through an interior support panel.
Of course, there’s no absolute rule that you have to jump onto them, stepping up and down is okay too if you wish.
RESISTENCE BANDS, STRETCHing BARS, ab rollers and more
We provide lightweight resistance bands and stretching bars for our gym members who like a good stretch as part of their workout routine. We also offer jump ropes for those who like to go old school cardio.
And if you look closely where we keep most of our accessories, you may even spot an ab wheel. Remember those? Actually, they’ve been around at least since the 1960’s, although they rose to fame through many variations pitched on informercials in the 1990’s. The main thing to remember is to use them correctly to get the most benefit from them.
Now, if you’re looking for other old informercial products like one of those thigh squeezing things, sorry, can’t help you there.