Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press
Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press For Sale
Using traditional leg presses are inconvenient and uncomfortable, but do not deliver great results because movements were inconsistent and influenced by momentum. Now, it is not an issue anymore because Cybex has introduced the Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale that works as the body muscles move in real life with its isolateral design and function for accommodating a varied motion range. As a result, training using the refurbished Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale proves far more effective for gym members, athletes, coaches or personal trainers than working out with ineffective traditional leg presses.
Features of the Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press For Sale:
A reconditioned Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale features an adjustable footplate for selecting appropriate motion range and improves user alignment with the four-bar linkage. It also offers versatile workout with its variable resistance for accommodating varied user range and weight capacity. A used Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale also comes with an adjustable back pad for shifting workout emphasis.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press For Sale:
A refurbished Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale measures 43 x 89 x 71 inches (WLH), weighs 1016 pounds and has a 505-pound weight stack. It includes rubber footplate, four-bar linkage, back pad angle, weight stack, cable and pulley system, stack guides, bent-steel tubing, integral bearings, nylon coated aircraft steel cable and upholstery.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press For Sale:
Seated leg presses on this reconditioned Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale develop and strengthen the quads, glutes, calves and hamstrings in compound movement. Routines require the “push” force, suit beginner and work to develop a more powerful set of legs, especially helpful in daily activities or sports. When using this used Cybex VR2 Seated Leg Press for sale, a user is advised to be in the right starting position of 90 degrees of the legs and the torso and to avoid his knees from locking.