GymGuru’s equipment is designed by specialist engineers using the highest quality materials to maximise longevity, reduce maintenance and ensure it’s safe. This means our clients can have high confidence in the suitability of their investment and the equipment can be relied upon to last.
Continued development of our innovative equipment involves a number of well-known New Zealand organisations, each of which have recognised and supported the potential for the product to enhance community well-being and environments.
- NZ Ministry of Science & Innovation (Callaghan Innovation Group)
- New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE)
- Katabolt – resident within the ICEHOUSE Network
- Sports Performance Research Institute (SPRINZ), an institute of AUT University
- AXIA Design – experts in engineering & computer based modelling
- Baldwin’s Intellectual Property Attorneys
- EMC Ltd specialist consultants in engineering design and safety
Designed to a set of agreed exercise principles targeting the four key areas of general wellbeing and fitness, the product range includes units designed for:
Cardio – the ability of the heart, lungs and organs to consume, transport and utilize oxygen. Regular exercise can increase cardiovascular fitness as the heart becomes more efficient at pumping blood and oxygen to the body, and the body becomes more efficient at using that oxygen.
Strength – the extent to which muscles can exert force by contracting against resistance. Strength training has several key benefits including bone density, injury prevention, boosts immunity and aids weight management.
Flexibility – the ability of a joint to move through its full range of motion. Stretching increases production of glycoaminoglycans, gel-like substances which help prevent muscle fibers sticking together. This assists a fuller, pain-free range of movement. Glycoaminoglycans also help repair collagen which protect and cushions joints.
Balance – the ability to maintain equilibrium against the force of gravity. Key benefits of balance training include increased coordination, increased sense of awareness and the body’s ability to control complex movements.