BODY MASTERS

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Body Masters Sports Industries Inc. is a privately held company which has been under the same ownership since it opened its doors 24 years ago. Throughout its evolution, Body Masters has repeatedly set the standard for innovation and quality in the strength industry. With the introduction of its newest lines of Selectorized and Plate-Loaded equipment, the CX Series, Basix, and the CXp Series, Body Masters has once again raised that standard. A rich tradition in providing accurate biomechanics, quality, and reliability are all traits that continue to encompass the Body Masters name.

Our highly trained sales professionals know their product well and offer our clients expertise in selection, layout, and financing of our equipment. We use a team approach in the development of each machine and every project consists of cross-functional representation including manufacturing, sales and marketing, and most importantly, the end user. Our teams of experienced professionals that manufacture the Body Masters strength line take pride in their workmanship.

Certified Service Technicians deliver and install equipment for convenient handling of your order. Body Masters Customer Service professionals offer “live” service after the sale, should the need arise. We offer these value added services because we know you have more important things to take care of in the operation of your facility.

We remain committed to you, the customer, and are unsurpassed in the level of quality and service that we provide. Body Masters. Results Now. Quality Forever.

Body Masters Sports Industries Inc.
700 East Texas Ave.
P.O. Box 259
Rayne, LA 70578
Phone: 800-325-8964; 337-334-9611
Fax: 337-334-4827
E-mail:
[email protected]
www.body-masters.com
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