The List of All Workout Machines at Planet Fitness

We contacted Planet Fitness’s corporate office, as well as several Planet Fitness locations across the U.S., to compile the list of machines and equipment that you’ll find at most Planet Fitness gyms. As of 2018, Planet Fitness has a contract with the commercial exercise equipment manufacturer Precor to supply equipment to its gyms.[1] Note that available equipment may vary slightly by location; for example, some of the gyms we contacted said they have an assisted pull-up bar, while others said they do not.

Arms

  • Bicep curl machine
  • Butterfly machine
  • Cable biceps bar
  • Cable triceps bar
  • Chest press
  • Incline press
  • Lat pull-down machine

Cardio

  • ARC Trainer
  • Elliptical machine
  • Recumbent bike
  • Rowing machine
  • Stairclimber
  • Stationary bike
  • Treadmill

Core

  • Ab crunch machine
  • Decline bench
  • Hanging leg raise machine
  • Mountain climber
  • Seated machine crunch
  • Torso rotation machine

Legs

  • Angled leg curl
  • Leg extension
  • Seated leg press machine
  • Sled machine

Shoulders

  • Shoulder press

Stretching

  • Floor mats
  • Synergy 360 machine
  • Workout balls

Weights

  • Free weights (barbells and dumbbells) up to 75 pounds
  • Smith machine (barbell machine for heavier weights)

30-Minute Express Circuit

This structured full-body workout includes 10 strength machines and 10 cardio-step stations that you work through for 30 minutes. Each Planet Fitness location has a designated area for the Express Circuit.

Other Services at Planet Fitness

Free Fitness Training

PE@PF fitness instructors are available at Planet Fitness to provide machine-use instruction. They also lead-free small group classes at some locations.

Relaxation

The following machines are free for Planet Fitness Black Card members:

  • HydroMassage beds
  • Massage chairs
  • Tanning beds and booths

See our related articles for more information on Planet Fitness’ amenities, including whether Planet Fitness has towels and whether it offers free Wi-Fi.

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