FreeMotion Chest Press v2
FreeMotion Chest Press v2 For Sale
Chest presses, when performed on the FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale, offer users the best strength training results because they offer natural movements to the muscles that will let them maximize their training potential without feeling pain or stress in the process. Definitely, gym owners should get this refurbished FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale for their members’ ultimate workout experience.
This reconditioned FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale presents itself as an intelligent chest press machine that has independent arm movement for offering users a wide range of workouts as well as unilateral movements for targeting their chest muscles better and more effectively. It also includes a traditional support position that offers comfort and covnenience in training. Never to forget that it also comes with an adjustable weight stack that gives better flexibility to users in terms of selecting a manageable weight for their muscles.
Technical Specifications of the FreeMotion Chest Press v2 For Sale:
A used FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale is one of the most sought after units from FreeMotion because it is able to incorporate the convenience and comfort of biomechanical movements and chest press effectiveness with its intelligent design. To complete a topnotch machine, this reconditioned FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale is composed of only top caliber components for allowing unilateral or bilateral arm movement. It also presents itself with sturdy, industrial-grade construction and components, such as a shielded weight stack for limiting a user’s access from the moving parts; rubber feet for keeping the unit in place; and wear guards for keeping the surface free from damage and scratch.
Exercises to Do with the FreeMotion Chest Press v2 For Sale:
The refurbished FreeMotion Chest Press v2 for sale is an intelligently engineered and built machine for simulating real arm movement with its isolateral functions in targeting the chest muscles effectively. It targets the pectoralis major, triceps and anterior deltoid as well as the forearm muscles.