Matrix Fitness' goal is clear: To make commercial grade equipment that stands out, rises above, and sets new industry standards in the process. Well, we've done just that. But that's just the beginning. Each time we introduce a new product we immediately start asking 'How can we make it better?' Perhaps that's why our machines attract more attention and require less maintenance than anything the competition has to offer.
Matrix is a subsidiary of Johnson Health Tech, Ltd. (JHT). Johnson Health Tech has been producing premium fitness equipment since 1975 and is the fastest growing manufacturer of fitness equipment in the world. It has earned both ISO 9002 and 9001 certifications. A truly global company with 16 subsidiaries worldwide, JHT has the intellectual resources necessary to produce the most technologically advanced equipment on the market and the economies of scale needed to deliver the best value possible.
Superior industrial design, with a contemporary look, has been Matrix’s trademark since the beginning. Matrix pioneered the use of oversized tubular construction in strength equipment. Our selectorized line is the jewel in the usual “sea of sameness” that has cluttered health clubs for too many years. We set the design standard for which others now strive.
Changing industry standards didn’t end with aesthetic distinction of the strength products. It carried over into technological innovation in a new series of industry firsts, starting with the Hybrid Cycle in 2006, followed by the Ascent Trainer, T7xe Treadmill, G7 Series Strength and Krankcycle.
Matrix is among the world’s premier commercial fitness brands – an honor we take seriously. In the last two years alone, we’ve brought more innovative and unique concepts to the industry than any other brand. We’re able to do this by combining a talented development team with exclusive partner relationships from within our industry and beyond - partners that excel in their fields and, together with Matrix, are helping to reshape the fitness industry.