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Fitness equipment manufacturer Physical Company is launching a range of weighted Atlas Stones with a gym-friendly makeover replacing cement with vinyl for improved grip.


John Halls, Physical Company’s managing director, said: “Atlas Stone training is certainly coming into the mainstream fitness arena now and we have designed a more gym-friendly product to encourage its inclusion in workouts and boot-camp sessions”
Atlas Stone training is designed to build core, back and leg strength and can be used inside, without running the risk of floor damage, but is strong enough to stand up to the rigours of outdoor use.


Halls adds: “Atlas Stones will forever be associated with strong man competitions but by introducing a choice of weights and more manageable dimensions and tactile texture, we believe our range will literally bring this style training within reach of fitness fans, instructors and personal trainers.”
The stones are available in four different weights: 15kg, 25kg, 35kg and 45kg and are priced at £51.82, £60.08, £68.84 and £73.25 respectively.


Physical Company, established in 1989, has been supplying innovative, functional and results driven equipment for fitness, sports and rehabilitation purposes for 27 years.
Physical Company produces high quality, commercial equipment and currently distributes international brands including: freeFORM, TRX Suspension Trainer, BOSU and Total Gym.

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Physical Company Ltd
Fitness provision has changed dramatically over recent years, with ever larger spaces being allocated to free weights, group exercise, functional and small group training.

This shift in focus has brought our expertise to the fore; we specialise in everything today’s fitness spaces should be built around, from flooring to functional equipment and programming, rigs to combat, studio accessories to wellness solutions to complementary innovations from best-in-class manufacturers: Merrithew’s Pilates reformers, Ecore Athletic performance flooring, Reaxing’s neuromuscular training range.

We let each unique space dictate its needs, then create exceptional training opportunities.

This is why our mission statement is ‘First for Fitness Solutions’ – because we should be your first phone call. However large or small your fitness space, we’ll work with you from concept to installation and beyond to ensure it exceeds expectations.

It’s time to think differently. It’s time to turn to Physical Company first for your fitness solutions.
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The Works, Wycombe Road,
Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire
HP14 3RR UK
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+44 (0)1494 769 222
Fitness equipment manufacturer Physical Company is launching a range of weighted Atlas Stones with a gym-friendly makeover replacing cement with vinyl for improved grip.
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