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Where To Buy Home Gym Equipment In Hong Kong?

Setting Up An At-Home Gym To Work Out!

With gyms and public sports facilities temporarily closed due to Covid-19, getting a good workout is more difficult than ever. But even though the city seems to have come to a standstill, that doesn’t mean your fitness routine has to — not when you can set up a gym right at home. And if you think big, hulking pieces of equipment are requirements, think again. You can go a long way with a set of weights, a yoga mat, and some workout gear.

No matter how extensive of an at-home gym setup you’re considering, though, these shops are sure to have what you’re looking for.

  • NUTROONE: Kwai Chung and Online

    Founded by a group of fitness enthusiasts aiming to help Hongkongers live a healthier, happier lifestyle, NutroOne is about more than just fitness — it's a one-stop wellness shop offering everything from beauty and skincare to sports nutrition in addition to fitness gear. NutroOne may have a focus on strength training and bodybuilding, stocking dumbbells, kettle bells, weight-lifting protective gear and other related products, but you can also find cardio, yoga, and even sports massage equipment. Opt for door-to-door delivery or delivery to SF Express locations. Delivery is free for orders over HK$200. Purchasing a fitness machine from NutroOne comes with free delivery, the option to request assembly, and even annual machine maintenance.

    NutroOne, Flat 3A, Mai Luen Industrial Building, 23-31 Kung Yip Street, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong, +852 3614 5661, info@nutroone.comwww.nutroone.com

    Open Mondays to Fridays, 11:30am - 7:30pm.

  • DECATHLON: Various Locations in Hong Kong and Online

    This sports shop is the largest in the city and boasts three physical locations. You'll find everything you need here, from at-home exercise machines and free weights to apparel and even fitness products for children. You can also opt for delivery or pickup. Products come with a two-year warranty and Decathlon members can request a refund or exchange within 365 days. Free delivery is available for orders over HK$499. The store also has its own dedicated app.

    Decathlon, various locations across Hong Kong, www.decathlon.com.hk

    Open daily, 10:30am - 10:30pm.

  • JOINFIT: Online

    If you've a room or more space to dedicate to a gym setup, you might want to check out JoinFit, which stocks larger weight-lifting equipment and has gyms such as Fitness First and Pure among its clients. While the store is primarily online, there's a showroom in Kwai Chung you can visit if you'd like to see the equipment in action before buying. Free delivery is available all over Hong Kong. Check the shop's site for discounts and other special promotions.

    Joinfitwww.joinfit.hk.

  • CORE FITNESS: Kowloon Bay and Online

    Core Fitness is the place to go for treadmills, ellipticals, benches, and more — by some of the best sports brands, no less. Browse according to your needs, whether that's strength training or cardio or a mixture of both. The shop also stocks storage units, accessories such as balance boards, and intriguing, perhaps more niche equipment like vibrating Power Plates. Purchase online or at their brick-and-mortar store in Kowloon Bay. Core Fitness also runs National Academy of Sports Medicine training, if you're a gym guru looking to become a certified personal trainer.

    Core Fitness, Room 23-24, 11/F, Pacific Trade Centre, 2 Kai Hing Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2754 6868, info@corefitnesshk.comwww.corefitnesshk.com

    Open Mondays to Fridays, 9am - 6pm.

  • T8 FITNESS: Kwai Chung and Online

    T8 Fitness was established in 2011 when the founders noted a lack of stores dedicated to yoga and Pilates equipment. The store is also Hong Kong's home of ToeSox grip socks, a type of sock commonly used in yoga and other sports to prevent slippage. There are even Disney-themed grip socks for the kids! In addition to fitness equipment and machines, T8 Fitness stocks foam rollers, massage balls, back supports, and other rehab gear. T8 Fitness is online-only, so arrange for your order to be delivered straight to your home or picked up at the store's Kwai Chung warehouse.

    T8 Fitness, A3, 14/F, Boldwin Industrial Building, 16-18 Wah Sing Street, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong, +852 2845 8445, info@t8fitness.comwww.t8fitness.com.

  • MT SPORTS LIMITED: Various Locations in Hong Kong and Online

    MT Sports Limited sells products by the German brand Kettler, Adidas, Finnish brand Tunturi, and in-house brand X2FIT, as well as protective gear by American brand LP Support. Offerings range from large to small, including everything from treadmills, rowers, and fitness bikes to gym balls, grip trainers, ab wheels, and power bands. There are four Kettler Sports and Fitness stores across Hong Kong, but you'll also be able to find their products at Gigasports and Aeon outlets. Online ordering is available, too.

    MT Sports Limited, various locations across Hong Kong, +852 2889 7078, info@mtsports.hkwww.mtsports.hk

  • FITBOXX: Various Locations in Hong Kong and Online

    Fitboxx is another store selling health and beauty products as well as fitness gear. Shop for the usual such as treadmills or jump ropes, or try a little something different and buy some roller skates or MMA equipment. Delivery is free for orders over HK$500, but expect some extra charges if you live in far-flung neighborhoods like Tung Chung or on outlying islands. Otherwise, delivery to your home or to an SF locker is $80. Fitboxx has five stores across Hong Kong.

    Fitboxx, various locations across Hong Kong, +852 8104 5000, buy@fitboxx.comwww.fitboxx.com.

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