It's warming up outside (in Australia at least!) so now's the time to look your best.We've got a heap of new products released from York Fitness and Bodyworx Fitness to coincide with this new season.We're also continuing to load up new product videos so you can see the treadmills, bikes, elliptical trainers, and rowing machines in use by real Australians. We're finding it's so important for internet shopping to be able to see the fitness equipment you want to buy, actyally being used. …
26th Sep 2014
We're super proud to announce that fitonline.com.au is the official fitness equipment supplier to tonight's hit new Channel 7 series Bringing Sexy Back, with Samantha Armytage and Cameron Byrnes.Tune in Tuesday nights at 730pm to see the fitonline fitness equipment in use, and you can always visit our series page at Bringing Sexy Back to see details of the equipment used on each episode.
12th Aug 2014
So I read today that Kogan is launching into selling fitness equipment in the Australian market. If this isnt a classic example of where NOT to buy fitness equipment, then I dont know what is.There are many reasons, but here are just a few; Kogan sell lots of stuff. It's OK for a TV, where we all know what they do, but for complex fitness equipment with moving parts, what you don't need is to buy a treadmill or exercise bike from a Jack-of-all-trades.Kogan does not have bricks-and-mor …
28th Jul 2014
We're excited to launch our own Youtube channel today, to be rapidly filled up with reviews of Australian fitness equipment as well as gym equipment user guides and buyer's guides.Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/user/fitonlineAustraliaAnd keep visiting for new content on treadmills, exercise bikes, home gyms and more!
20th Jul 2014
American fitness equipment giant, Horizon Fitness, has recently released its Comfort Series of exercise bikes.These are not only chocked-full of great features, as you'd expect out of the leading US fitness brand, but they've got a genuine "step-through design".A step-through exercise bike is one which has a low cut design between the console and the seat. In simple terms, it means you don't have to bend your knees up and use your hips and stomach muscles to mount the bike.This is really helpful …
4th Apr 2014