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Lying leg curl gym station XFM33

lying leg curl gym station
lying leg curl gym station
lying leg curl gym station
lying leg curl gym station
lying leg curl gym station
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Type of exercises
lying leg curl


STRENGTHS OF THE XFM33 Adjustable leg pad The adjustable leg pad allows to workout for all kinds of morphologies and to practice all exercices. It provides comfort and optimal stability while offering a ease of access. Adjustable starting position This machine has lots of settings to offer the best comfort for the user. Users can adjust the starting position with easily identifiable and accessible settings from the sitting position. Secure prone position This machine guarantees a secure working position for all users thanks to its inclined support. It reduces the pressure on practitioners’ backs. In addition our seats and rolls are designed with a foam density of 120kg / m3 for optimal comfort. TECHNICAL DATA CHARACTERISTICS - DESCRIPTIONS Lenght - 170cm Width - 100cm Height - 135cm Weight - 386lbs Standard load - 192lbs Maximum load - 280lbs Maximum user weight - 331lbs Frame - 4mm/average KEY FEATURES The first studies began in 1996, with a request from the French Skiing Federation. They needed machines relying on concentric/eccentric workout, in order to improve athletes’ performance. LAROQ has been developing a solution named CONEX ® , protected by several international patents. Users select the load, the desirable degree of assistance and can start training. Muscular work efficiency is improved by 30% when training with the concentric / eccentric method compared to classic workouts. This training mode, well known to top coaches and medical staff, is highly recommended for athletes wishing to strengthen particular muscle groups, in total safety.
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