At Specialty Fitness Equipment, we ask a series of comprehensive questions in order to help you make well informed purchases that are customized to your clientele, business, goals and budget.
Whether you buy from us, or not, use our years of expertise and knowledge to help guide your fitness equipment decision. Call one of our specialists today!
Chuck Herman has over 20 years of commercial and specialty fitness equipment experience. Chuck’s hands on, consultative approach and attention to detail allow him to service a full spectrum of needs for all commercial applications. Chuck earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from The Ohio State University and his MBA from Cleveland State University. Chuck’s enthusiasm for his business is unmistakable and he is always willing to talk about his favorite hobbies, his kids, baseball and practicing what he preaches: fitness.
Sean brings a wealth of knowledge to our team as a former Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach with a strong background in biomechanics, fitness and wellness. Passionate about personal training, Sean has worked with clients ranging from 5 to 90 years old in private sports performance gyms, corporate fitness amenities and collegiate weight rooms. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Bowling Green State University and a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Michigan State University. While Sean was a Graduate Assistant at MSU he worked with the football, hockey, wrestling and golf programs. He was even presented a Big 10 Championship ring for his time training the Women’s Golf team.
Opus Dog spent eight years in the home security industry prior to joining Specialty Fitness Equipment. His primary responsibilities include greeting clients and fetching as needed. His goal is to open a Ninja Warrior Course for dogs when he retires.
Tova Herman is a small, but mighty, former long distance runner who has a passion for the fitness industry. She assists Opus on a part time basis and is highly efficient at "sit" and "high five", but not email.
Consider rejuvenating your space by trading in one or a few old, tired pieces of equipment for a new state-of-the art commercial piece of cardio or strength equipment. Subtle changes in your equipment offerings break up the “monotony” and keep your clients feeling refreshed. We promise you, your members will thank you!
It is important to design a fitness amenity based on it’s users. Student Housing facilities are much different than Senior Living and County Clubs are much different than Fire Stations fitness rooms. Let us help you design your space towards your population.
Make sure you have commercial equipment in a commercial fitness amenity. If a fitness room has home grade fitness equipment and a user gets injured, the facility is responsible for improper equipment placed in an inappropriate setting.
Fitness equipment is broken down into a few categories: Full commercial, light commercial, specialty home fitness and sporting good fitness. Ask us which one best suits your needs.
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