Cybex VR3 Back Extension
Cybex VR3 Back Extension For Sale
Back extensions performed on the Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale, a selectorized machine from Cybex, are consistent in bringing results and helping in accomplishing anyone’s fitness goals and requirements. This unit mimics how the muscles function and move in real life whether for function or sports. Athletes and non-athletes depend only on it for training their back muscles because it is able to give them faster fitness results than what any other back extension machines can offer.
Features of the Cybex VR3 Back Extension For Sale:
Focused on the target and driven towards the results, a refurbished Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale works best in allowing a user to focus on pelvic stabilization, an essential in back extensions, with its adjustable foot brace for allowing a user to lock into the unit’s hip pad for hip extensor engagement.
A used Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale also promotes lower back use with its lumbar rotation axis level provided in every 10 degrees for making the lower back the main movers in the training. Although the reconditioned Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale promotes lumbar extension, it does not cause stress due to its design of promoting correct and controlled movement into the extension.
Technical Specifications of the Cybex VR3 Back Extension For Sale:
A used Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale weighs 550 pounds with standard stack of 245 pounds or 610 pounds with heavy stack of 305 pounds and measures 47 x 40 x 64 inches (LWH). This reconditioned Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale includes durable and industry grade components, such as a hip pad, structural steel frame, integral bearings, stack guides, cable and pulley system, rubber feet and laser cut cams.
Exercises to Do with the Cybex VR3 Back Extension For Sale:
Back extensions or hyperextensions performed on the refurbished Cybex VR3 Back Extension for sale target the lower back, hamstrings and glutes in isolation training using the “pull” force and work even for beginners, seniors and average users. To avoid pain and injury, a user is advised to start by using a lighter weight resistance and to perform the movement in a controlled and slow manner.