15 Nov 3G Cardio is now carried by Premier Fitness Source in Atlanta
The award-winning line of 3G Cardio Accelerated Vibration Training machines are now in Atlanta.
3G Cardio is honored to have our vibration machines carried by the outstanding pros at the two Premier Fitness Source stores in Atlanta.
Premier Fitness Source says in its mission statement that it’s: “(C)ommitted to changing lives by positively impacting the fitness, health and wellness of our individual customers and the world as a whole.”
The Four Cs at the core of Premier Fitness’ mission are to be Customer Oriented, Committed, Collaborative and Community Centered. This outstanding chain sells new and used equipment for both residential and commercial use and also services, delivers and installs equipment.
Premier Fitness Source has stores at the following locations:
* 4520 Olde Perimeter Way, Suite 100 Atlanta, Georgia 30346 (ph: 770-391-0005)
* 800 N Main St, Suite 120, Alpharetta, GA 30004 (ph: 770-686-3115)
Vibration training is the fastest growing segment of the fitness industry and 3G Cardio is excited for Premier Fitness Source customers to have the opportunity to try out our machines, which have been honored with multiple Best Buy Awards for combining quality and value.
The 3G Cardio AVT 5.0 Vibration Machine ($3,999)<ahref=”https://www.3gcardio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Screen-shot-2013-11-15-at-4.12.06-PM.png”> and 3G Cardio AVT 6.0 Vibration Machine ($4,999) have both earned “Best Buy” awards from three major independent review sites: www.vibration-machine-reviews.com and www.vibrationplatereview.com and the Fitness Professor.
The 3G Cardio machines compare favorably with other top-rated models that sell for thousands more.
The 3G Cardio AVT 3.0 Vibration Machine trainer, which at an MSRP of $2,499 (sale price $1,999) packs a 50 Hertz vibration capability into a smaller frame and lower price point, is a smaller, but powerful new addition to the 3G line.
It’s rare to see 50 hertz of power or the huge workout platform at the 3G Cardio price point, which is a fraction of the cost of similar higher-priced commercial models.