- Designed for heavy commercial use
- Sleek and stylish design with comfortable grips
- 90kg weight stack
- Distinctive red weight selector and seat adjustment pins
- Stack guard included for added safety
ROBUST COMMERCIAL GRADE DESIGN
Comfortable and simple to use, this stylish piece of equipment is designed to withstand the use of a busy commercial gym environment. Featuring a high quality finish with robust frame and durable upholstery, the padded kneeling support and comfortable hand-grips mean the user can train in comfort for longer. With steps that provide easy access to the equipment, the Assisted Chin and Dip Machine is suitable for both novice and frequent gym users.
This machine can take up to 350kg of maximum user weight which makes it suitable for athletes of all body types.
ASSISTED CHIN UP AND DIP SYSTEM
The 90kg weight stack included in the BodyMax Commercial Station will help you perform chin ups and dips by supporting the movement with the needed weight. It’s a great choice whether you are unable to perform those exercises without support or when you want to extend the amount of repetitions. The cushioned knee pad support system can be adjusted with a selector pin that’s quick and easy to use and adjust.
The chin-up handle is curved and angled providing a multi-position grip for engagement of various muscle groups. That means you can train both chin ups and pull ups with different grip positions.
USER INSTRUCTION PLACARD
This machine comes with a user instruction placard which explains how to perform the exercises correctly and outlines the muscles worked while exercising. This feature makes the machine ideal for commercial environments where beginner athletes may require additional information about the exercises.
DIPS, PULL-UPS AND CHIN-UPS
Offering a supported chin up, pull up and dip training environment. These exercises are universally considered to belong to the group of most beneficial exercises when it comes to building size and strength in your upper body. However, it is often overlooked that chin-ups and pull-ups are not the same exercise.
Pull-ups are performed with a pronated grip where your palms point outwards so that they are facing away from you. The most common grip width is just slightly wider than shoulder width while chin-ups include a shoulder wide supinated grip where your palms point inwards so that they are facing you.
Even though both exercises primarily target back/lats and biceps, there are differences in the degree in which those muscles get worked. Pull-ups will predominantly target your lats and back while chin-ups focus on the biceps.
The dip station will help you develop a stronger tricep and target your core muscles as well which is why it’s important to include all three exercises in your routine to get your dream upper body quickly and effectively.
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