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Strength Training

From free weights to state-of-the-art equipment, Gainesville Health & Fitness has your strength training needs covered, whether you’re looking to create long, lean muscles, add some bulk or just increase your metabolism and lose fat. 

Equipment

Huge selection of free weights, cables and machines
X-Force, Matrix, Hammer Strength and MedEx
Deadlift platforms and squat racks

“The Line” Strength Circuit

Perfect for the rookie exerciser, The Line gives newcomers a structured way to get the best results in the shortest amount of time. You’ll move through a series of nine MedX Strength machines, working out all your major muscle groups along the way.

The most important feature of The Line is our staff. Just look for the friendly people in the blue shirts. They will help set up each machine for you, and assist you with every workout.

With three centers to choose from, Gainesville Health & Fitness is here help achieve your strength training goals.  

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Free weight area at GHF


The X-Force Machines

An Innovative New Method For Negative Training

X- Force is the most meaningful advance in strength training in the last 30 years. A patented "tilting" weight stack allows for a 40% heavier resistance on the "negative" (lowering) part of the exercise. This heavier negative resistance allows for a greater intensity of effort through a higher quality of resistance. Great strength gains in less time! Results that previously required several workouts a week can now be stimulated in 1-2 workouts a week.

Accentuate the Negative.

Research clearly supports the concept that negative (eccentric) training significantly improves muscular size and strength. And that even better results can be achieved by combining this with positive (concentric) training.

Eccentric training is also known as ‘negative’ training simply because it is the opposite of traditional concentric training, which has always been labelled ‘positive’. In the positive training phase the weight is raised which means that the muscle shortens as it works. In the negative phase the opposite happens: the weight is resisted as it is lowered, which means that the muscle lengthens as it works.

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