Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown
Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown For Sale
Striking in appearance and rigid in built, Cybex becomes the top choice among gym owners and operators looking to invest on durable and quality strength training products. Every good gym deserves a Cybex, such as the Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale that can up with heavy punishment it receives in a training club. No matter how intense training is, it can last for years without business owners spending much on maintenance, saving them business money in the process.
Features of the Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown For Sale:
This refurbished Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale comes with the latest Dual Axis Technology, a training mechanism for allowing variety and versatility in workout and for promoting equal strength development. It allows independent movement, especially beneficial for users whose one arm is deconditioned or weaker.
With the reconditioned Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale, a user is allowed to training using machine defined paths of motion or using his motion pattern and is given the balance in workout for encouraging symmetrical muscle development used in bilateral reciprocal workout. It also offers a diverging motion path with its ability of simulating real muscle movement and provides consistent shoulder torque. Where space is a premium, training centers, corporate gyms and recreation clubs only choose the used Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale for its compact and space-saving footprint.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown For Sale:
This refurbished Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale weighs 703 pounds with weight stack, measures 67 x 47 x 75 inches (LWH) and has a 305-pound weight stack. A few of its durable and quality components include the dual axis arms, dual positioning foot bar, dual grips, adjustable seat and adjustable thigh pads.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown For Sale:
Routines performed on the used Cybex Eagle Lateral Pulldown for sale stress the latissimus dorsi or the lat muscles in a compound movement. For optimum safety, experts advised users to keep their chest tall to the bar and to keep their elbows pointed straight down.