A Guide to selecting fitness and exercise equipment
                                 An informational guide to selecting high-quality fitness and exercise equipment.


 


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Multi-Station Home Gyms

Multi-station home and commercial gyms offer you the best a full-featured exercise system can offer.

"One touch" lever enables user to easily adjust seat height to personal preference without dismounting. Powerful spring automatically raises or lowers seat within an infinite range of precise settings. To lock seat securely in place, simply release lever.

"One touch" lever allows exact back support adjustment on leg extension and hamstring isolator. Smooth bearings and springs allow user to get a custom fit without leaving the seat.

Biomechanically engineered to maximize strength and flexibility by activating and loading specific muscle groups throughout a full range of motion. Precision machined steel cams vary in shape, size, and action to meet equipment and usage requirements.

Fabricated solely from rugged 2"x 2" and 2"x 3" .120 wall structural rolled steel tubing that is milled and machined on premises. The unique design, combined with quality craftsmanship, ensures superior strength, and virtually eliminates joint failure as well as the need for expensive repairs.
All frames carry a lifetime guarantee.

Muscle Dynamics offers a wide range of seat height adjustments secured by a spring-loaded pop pin.

Unique rotor allows adjustment for both leg lengths and various degrees of prestretch. A simple pull on the spring-loaded pin allows instant adjustment. Available on most leg machines.
 

 

   

 

 

             
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