Cybex Galileo Abdominal
Cybex Galileo Abdominal For Sale
Made to deliver and perform, every Cybex machine is designed and built with combined technology, user convenience and full workout support. After years of collaboration with top athletes and sports coaches, it has come up with this Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale that simulates real muscle movement and offers excellent abdominal training results.
Features of the Cybex Galileo Abdominal For Sale:
A refurbished Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale offers excellent abdominal muscles training by isolating the abs in a way that no other machines could through getting rid of the shoulders, hip flexors and arms in the movement.
Due to the ergonomic and biomechanically correct design of the used Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale, it helps a user achieve his goals through completely focusing on his abdominal muscles and provides ultimate pelvic stabilization for allowing locking into the hip pad for consistent training movement. A reconditioned Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale also includes a hip pad for consistent positioning and added comfort while doing abdominals.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex Galileo Abdominal For Sale:
A used Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale comes complete with accessories and attachments, including weight stack, weight stack guides, hardware, upholstery, cable and pulley system, adjustable seat and back rest, structural steel frame and a graphic placard for showing proper workout method, muscle groups trained and user positioning.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex Galileo Abdominal For Sale:
Routines performed in the refurbished Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale target the abdominal muscles, including the rectus abdominis—the muscle group that runs vertically in the abdomen’s anterior wall. Main goals of abdominal exercises on this reconditioned Cybex Galileo Abdominal for sale are to strengthen and tone the abs and to improve posture.
For the best performance, users are advised to perform abdominals securely on the machine, to use slow movements, to choose appropriate weight and to avoid using too much weight to prevent losing momentum or targeting the wrong muscles.