With gyms still closed, more people are looking to acquire exercise equipment to workout at home. So, Bunnings has launched a range of treadmills, cross trainer bikes, rowing machines and gym accessories, as reported by news.com.au.
This equipment is being sold and delivered by third-party retailers in collaboration with Bunnings. Yes, that does mean you can have a treadmill delivered straight to your door!
The price range varies depending on the equipment, but the most affordable exercise bike costs $299.
Treadmills, on the other hand, start at around $400 and go up in price. For those who don’t have a lot of room, all of the treadmills can be folded up to give you more space when not in use.
Everfit Electric Treadmill, $422.95
There is also a plethora of gym accessories on the website, with many Adidas branded. You can grab a yoga mat, wrist wraps, a foam roller or a skipping rope, among other things.
Adidas Massage Ball, $34
As Bunnings encourage customers to shop online, the retailer has also implemented social distancing rules in-store by taping floors to mark 1.5m distances, and has moved stock to create more space, as reported by Yahoo News.
The company has also removed all water fountains, coffee stations and closed all cafes within the stores. Its famed sausage sizzle is still suspended, as have any other store events. There is also a limit on the number of customers who can be in certain aisles at one time.
The current health crisis is evolving rapidly. If you suspect you or a family member has coronavirus you should call (not visit) your GP or ring the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080.