TechnoGym Rotary Torso
TechnoGym Rotary Torso For Sale
Due to the years of collaboration and research with the finest world athletes, coaches and fitness trainers from around the world, TechnoGym was able to come up with a complete line of specific training machines that work based from user movement and muscle ability. In turn, their machines, such as the TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale are comfortable and convenient to use even by beginners and seniors looking to improve rotary torso muscle strength.
Designed and built with user ease in mind, a reconditioned TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale comes with the most natural and biomechanically correct motion paths for emulating how the muscles move in real life for providing trainees and trainers alike with an efficient and effective rotary torso training.
This refurbished TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale features an ergonomic design for allowing movements that recruit the main target muscle, the obliques and double-pivoting shoulder pads for easy adjustment without getting off it. A used TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale also comes with a cushioned backrest for stabilizing the pelvic muscles while isolating the obliques and footrest for supporting users of varied torso or body sizes without recruiting the hip flexors.
For a rewarding workout experience, a refurbished TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale comes with complete components, including structural steel frame, bent-steel tubing, heavy-duty cables, transmission belt, rubber feet, weight stack, integral bearing system and guide rods.
Exercises to Do with the TechnoGym Rotary Torso For Sale:
Users looking to specific train the abdominal oblique muscles, improve posture and prevent or treat problems with their joints can depend on this used TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale that target the inner/outer obliques, sacrospinal and quadratus lomborum muscles. Exercises performed on the reconditioned TechnoGym Rotary Torso for sale are done through a seated position with the user’s shoulders against the padded support. Movement involves torso rotation in alternating left and right direction.