See why Speediance makes the best strength training machine

  • Quick Weight Adjustment: Instantly switch from 8 to 220 pounds using the touch screen.
  • Versatile Workouts: Access over 600 movements targeting all major muscle groups.
  • Customizable Programs: Choose from dozens of preset programs, easily adjustable for weight, sets, and rest.
  • Advanced Training Modes: Introducing standard, chain, eccentric, and fixed speed training.
  • Efficient Results: Boost muscle strength and metabolism for faster muscle gain and fat loss.
  • Safety Assurance: Assist Mode monitors your workout, reducing weight automatically to ensure your training safety.
  • Guided Training: A 21.5-inch screen offers dedicated instruction and real-time coaching.
  • Personalized Tracking: Feel free to log in and adjust your workout intensity.
  • Space-Saving Design: Ultra-compact, taking up only 0.3 squaremeters when folded.
Speediance Advantage

Digital Weight,Offering You Stronger,More Stable Power

The weight adjustment precision reaches 1KG, supporting 0.5KG adjustment for weights below 10KG.Meeting your all needs for weight traning!

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Speediance Advantage

All-in-one Strength Training Machine,Cover All Kinds of Exercise

With the capability to perform over 500+ exercises, this machine allows you to target every major muscle group for a comprehensive full-body workout. Experience a variety of movements such as deep squats, rowing, skiing, deadlifts, bench presses, kickbacks, and more.

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Speediance Advantage

Custom Your Workout Plan, Track Your Goals

Personalize your fitness journey with a smart training system that lets you adjust weights, sets, and rest intervals to create a workout plan that's uniquely yours. Plus, a sophisticated management tool keeps you on track with real-time goal tracking and achievement updates whenever you need them.

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Speediance Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Strength Training?

Strength training consists of a variety of exercises that focus on building and enhancing your physical strength and muscle mass, as well as altering the shape of your muscles through the use of dumbbells, fitness equipment, or bodyweight movements. It is designed to be gentle on your joints and ligaments, ensuring you can push your limits without causing injury. This type of training includes weightlifting, dumbbell exercises, gym machines, push-ups, sit-ups, planks, squats, and other movements that require your muscles to exert force. Typically, these exercises are short in duration, with the primary goal of muscle development rather than energy expenditure.

Benefits of Strength Training Across Different Age Groups

**Children and Adolescents**

For children and teens in their growth and development phase, engaging in proper strength training not only stimulates the healthy growth of bones, muscles, and joints but also helps strengthen the stability of the core muscles. This allows them to maintain proper posture, preventing and correcting poor posture issues like scoliosis and uneven shoulders.


Strength training for adults helps enhance muscle strength, improve core stability and body balance, reducing the risk of injury in daily life and work, making activities more effortless. Additionally, strength training directly burns calories, promotes fat burning, stimulates muscle growth, and increases the body's basal metabolic rate, aiding in weight loss and body shaping.


Strength training is also essential for the elderly, as muscle mass declines by 1-2% annually after the age of 50. A significant loss of muscle mass and weakness can restrict the activities and movements of many seniors, greatly affecting their quality of life. Appropriate strength training for the elderly helps delay muscle atrophy, increase bone density, and maintain muscle function, reducing the likelihood of joint pain, fractures, and other issues. It also improves flexibility and balance, reducing the risk of falls. Moreover, strength training can help seniors improve cardiovascular health, control blood pressure, enhance heart function, and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Other Common Forms of Strength Training

**Bodyweight Training**

Bodyweight training is a method of strength training that uses your own weight as resistance. Generally, it's the best choice for beginners in strength training because it can be done anywhere without the need for specific equipment or locations. Common bodyweight exercises include pull-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, and squats. By practicing different positions and ranges of motion, we can target and exercise various muscle groups.

**Core Training**

Core training focuses on exercising the abdominal, back, and hip muscles to improve body balance, stability, and strength. Exercises like sit-ups and planks are typical for core training. Engaging in core training strengthens the power and stability of our core muscles, enhances body control and balance, and helps prevent sports injuries. Additionally, core training can improve posture and increase exercise efficiency, leading to better performance in daily life and various sports.

**Dumbbell training**
Dumbbell is a small and lightweight fitness equipment. As a common strength training tool, it is relatively light and safer, which is very suitable for the intermediate stage of strength training. Speediance all-in-one smart gym machine, you don't need to buy a separate dumbbell machine, use Gym Monster's dumbbell accessories to perform exercises such as deadlifts, shoulder presses, squats, etc., which helps to strengthen the upper limbs and shoulder and back muscles, so as to get a stronger and more stable physique.

**Barbell training**
Barbell training is a common and efficient way of strength training. We can adjust the weight at both ends of the barbell according to our own abilities and training goals to achieve a personalized way of strength training. Using Gym Monster digital weight barbell for exercises such as deadlifts, shoulder presses, squats, etc., can comprehensively train the whole body muscle groups, especially the back, legs, buttocks and upper limbs, and enhance overall muscle strength, stability and coordination.