Cybex VR2 Chest Press
Cybex VR2 Chest Press for Sale
This Cybex is a commercial machine to provide total upper body training to users looking to improve and strengthen the chest muscles and a selectorized and plate-loaded unit to allow the smoothest diverging motion arcs for full performance and optimal results.
Features of the Cybex VR2 Chest Press for Sale:
This used Cybex VR2 Chest Press for sale includes a tough structural frame for maximum durability and integrity no matter how intense strength training is as well as it comes with weight stacks attached through a cable and pulley system for consistent repeatable movements.
A used Cybex VR2 Chest Press for sale also includes a back pad that is fixed and angled for correct user positioning, press arms for providing ultimate feel when performing press exercises and exercise placards for showing the machine’s basic functions, operations and muscle groups worked out. Another significant feature is the well designed and compact built of the refurbished Cybex VR2 Chest Press for sale that suits any training studio or health club.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex VR2 Chest Press for Sale:
This reconditioned Cybex VR2 Chest Press for sale allows user defined patterns of motion for tailoring to his body type, comes with resistance in two different directions for effective muscle loading and has the Dual Axis technology for allowing full motion range. It also comes with an adjustable starting range, a well-placed width for increased safety, weighs 305 pounds and measures 76 x 46 x 56 inches.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex VR2 Chest Press for Sale:
Fitness seekers and trainers looking to target the chest, triceps and shoulders with compound and strength chest press requiring “push” can take advantage of this Cybex VR2 Chest Press for sale that simulates real muscle movement with the most natural arcs of motion.
For optimum effectiveness and safety, users are recommended to ensure flat feet position on the floor, to keep the back in contact with the support, to avoid arching the back excessively and to avoid lowering the elbow when pushing.