Body Weight Training



    Embrace the power of your own body and discover the freedom to exercise anytime, anywhere. Whether you're seeking to sculpt your physique, enhance your functional strength, or boost your endurance, our carefully curated collection of equipment empowers you to push your limits.

    From Power Towers that allow you to conquer gravity with gravity-defying moves to wooden boxes that invite you to leap to new heights through explosive plyometric workouts, we've got it all. Our suspension trainer sets foster full-body mastery, while wall-mounted grip pull-up bars build your upper body strength. If you want to add intensity, our weighted vests are here to challenge you, and push-up bars provide the perfect platform for upper body refinement.

    The Benefit of Body Weight Training 

    Body weight training is more than exercise; it's a lifestyle that grants you the freedom to achieve your fitness goals on your own terms. Our equipment is designed to make every movement efficient and enjoyable, whether at home or in a commercial fitness facility. Take control of your fitness journey with World Fitness Australia's Body Weight Training Collection.

    Elevate your fitness routine and explore our range today, unlocking your body's potential like never before. Looking to expand your fitness options further? Visit our showroom and check out our wide collection, including Pin Loaded Machines and dumbells, for additional gym equipment that complements your goals.




    A bodyweight training machine is a piece of fitness equipment designed to utilise your own body weight as resistance. It typically includes various stations or attachments that allow you to perform various exercises, such as pull-ups, dips, leg raises, and more. These machines provide controlled movements to target specific muscle groups, helping you build strength and endurance.

    Bodyweight training relies solely on your body weight as resistance, while free weight training involves external weights like dumbbells or barbells that aren't attached to anything. Machine training, on the other hand, uses specially designed equipment with weight stacks or plates to provide resistance. Bodyweight training emphasises functional strength and often requires more balance and stability than traditional machine workouts.

    Yes, bodyweight training machines are suitable for users of all fitness levels. Beginners can start with basic exercises, gradually progressing to more challenging movements as they build strength and confidence. Advanced users can intensify their workouts by adding resistance or incorporating advanced variations of exercises.

    While you can't change the weight resistance of body weight training like you can with strength training machines, you can increase the difficulty and resistance of your training by increasing your reps and sets, slowing the tempo, or increasing your body weight with weighted vests.

    Bodyweight training machines offer a versatile range of exercises, including pull-ups, dips, leg raises, push-ups, and more. Some items may also include attachments for additional exercises, such as hanging knee raises, incline push-ups, and chin-ups.

    The space requirements for bodyweight training machines can vary depending on the specific equipment you're looking at and the range of your exercise movements. Wall-mounted options are space-saving, while items like suspension trainers may require more room since the range of movement for these exercises is larger than for push-ups, etc.

    While most bodyweight training machines can accommodate a wide range of user weights and heights, it's essential to check the manufacturer's weight and height limit specifications. Ensure that the equipment suits your individual needs.

    Proper form is crucial for safe and effective bodyweight training. Begin with the basics, focus on controlled movements, and bracing your core before gradually progressing to more advanced exercises. It's also important to seek guidance from a fitness professional or trainer as the range of body weight exercises is wide, with each having specific details to keep in mind to ensure you're performing exercises correctly.

    Bodyweight training equipment primarily focuses on strength training, emphasising exercises that engage and strengthen various muscle groups with lowered weight levels. While these workouts may elevate your heart rate and offer some cardiovascular benefits, they are not typically the primary choice for full-fledged cardiovascular workouts.

    Maintenance and cleaning requirements can vary between machines, so following the manufacturer's guidelines in the user manual is essential. Wiping down the equipment after each use and regularly inspecting for loose bolts or parts helps ensure the longevity and safety of your bodyweight training machine.