At least once a month
Treadmills: Take out some time to inspect your treadmill and treat it with routine maintenance procedures. This will make sure you get fair use out of it without needing any expensive damage repair.
Inspect the drive belt for misalignment or any signs of wear.
Ellipticals: Almost all gyms have an elliptical, a popular fitness machine for cardio and lower body strength. Ellipticals are, therefore, likely to see multiple users throughout the day, which warrants frequent maintenance. Any ignorance on your part can cost you high amounts for replacement or repair of expensive components.
Stepper Machines: These machines have several moving parts that are prone to breakage when not maintained well.
Exercise Bikes: Exercise bikes come in several forms, including recumbent bikes, upright bikes, and spin bikes. All of them have somewhat variable parts and functioning mechanics. With their increasing popularity, it’s essential to ensure they’re well-maintained and cleaned regularly.
Weight Machines: For sturdy, durable units like Yanre weight machines, a little routine maintenance can go a long way in ensuring user safety and smooth operation.
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)