11-gauge steel frame ensures maximum structural integrity
Each frame receives an electrostatic powder coat finish to ensure maximum adhesion and durability
Standard rubber feet protect base of the frame and prevent the machine from slipping
Tube:65*114mm 3mm thickness
1)Frame (not coatings): 5 Years
2)Structural Parts: 3 Years
3)Weight Stacks: 2 Years
4)Pulleys: 2 Years
5)Pivotal Bearings:2 Years
6)Any Items Not Specified: 2 Years
7)Upholstery/Cable/Grips: 1 Year.
Cushioning Contoured cushions utilize a molded foam for superior comfort and durability; Pads have plastic backers to protect and increase durability
Hand grips are an extruded thermo rubber compound that is non-absorbing and wear-and-tear resistant; Grips retained with aluminum collars, preventing them from slipping during use
7x19 strand construction, lubricated, nylon-coated cable meets U.S. military specifications
Easy-to-follow instructions illustrate proper use and muscles trained
Fiberglass-impregnated nylon pulleys feature sealed bearings
Weight Plates And Guide Rods:
Solid-steel weight plates. Top weight plate is fitted with self-lubricating bushings7/16" (11 mm) diameter weight selector pin magnetically locks in place and is connected to stack to prevent loss
Standard rear and frontshrouds
Position your hands on the bar as wide as the bar allows you to go.
Sit down with the leg rolls firm on your quads.Arch your back, lean back slightly and pull the bar down to your upper chest while contracting the lats.Hold the bottom position for a good hold and let the bar up slowly stretching the lats out.
When letting the bar up, bring your torso forward to allow a full stretch.
The lat pull works a lot of the upper body, giving you a great workout without the risk of dropping weights on your feet.
Don’t pull so hard that the cable goes slack as the weight is propelled upward. Once gravity pulls it down again, the sudden tension can pull your arms, pull a muscle in your back or clip you under the chin. None of these are much fun.