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Gym Equipment Financing: Is It Better To Rent Or Buy Fitness Equipment?

    Chris Motola
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Expert Analyst & Reviewer at Merchant Maverick
An expert in personal and business loans and financial health, Chris Motola has been writing about small business finance and payments for over 5 years. He has been cited in various industry publications, including Forbes Advisor, GoBankingRates, and Medium. Chris is a graduate of the University of Central Florida.
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    Roisin Creedon

    Great information Chris. I believe that it completely depends on the budget. In my opinion, buying gym equipment is a better option if its gonna be a long term investment. Rented equipment usually have some kind of defect and not even look so attractive. But in case if one could find the gym equipment without such issues that would definitely be a great deal.

      Deb Pearl

      I’m glad you mentioned that exercise fads come and go. I think it would be smart to rent gym equipment and switch the machines out with the different fads that come. It would be really nice to have machines that people would like to use.

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