Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt
Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for Sale
A world brand for the best quality fitness equipment, Cybex can be any facility owner’s partner in providing a total workout experience to members. Since the late 1960s, Cybex International has been building champions and has been helping in developing their function, performance and well-being. For unparalleled fitness results, this used Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for sale is the one to have in any training center because it comes with the best features as highlighted below:
Features of the Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for Sale:
A Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for sale features an overhead pivot for biomechanically correct paths of motion and muscle isolation, different resistance cam for proper strength profiling in the entire motion and foot brace for comfort, stability and support. Overall, the unit allows natural paths of motion for user convenience and ease in a totally controllable and safe repeatable environment no matter how intense a rear delt exercise is.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for Sale:
This reconditioned Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for sale weighs 589 pounds or 268 kilograms, measures 27 x 62 x 82 inches and has weight stack of 305 pounds or 139 kilograms.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for Sale:
A refurbished Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for sale is ideal even for beginners looking to target their back, traps, biceps and shoulders with isolation strength training. The maker recommends that users start using low resistance and to position their feet on the floor securely. Throughout the entire seated row or rear delt exercise, users are advised to keep their back in an upright position and not to pull their elbows beyond the shoulders.
Workouts performed with the used Cybex VR2 Seated Row / Rear Delt for sale target the deltoid, posterior and Lattisimus dorsi as well as they involve the synergists such as the teres minor, infraspinatus, lateral deltoid and lower trapezius. Exercises require the compound mechanics and the “pull” force.