Leg press gym station compass 600

leg press gym station
leg press gym station
leg press gym station
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Type of exercises
leg press


Leg Press Specification Tested safety in accordance with the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 8-step adjustable inclination of the backrest for indication-dependent positioning (10° steps) Ideal entry through free passage between the footplate and seat cushion Infinitely adjustable shoulder pads for fixing the upper body and ensuring a biomechanically correct sequence of movements Angle-adjustable footplate Adjustable starting position from the training position High quality linear guide of the seat slide The compass series of devices has been an established label in the field of high-quality training therapy for over 20 years. These training/therapeutic devices are used across the world, helping therapists work on and with their patients. The compass 600 range of devices was conceived for use in rehabilitation and specially for people with physical impairments. These space-efficient combination devices can be put together to form a medical training circuit even in small rooms. So that older patients can also work well with the equipment, the compass 600 devices can be optionally fitted with an additional weight, meaning weight increases of 1 to 2kg are possible. Minimal need for adjustment optimises the process of using the devices and saves time for more patients. The start position can usually be set from the training position. isometric strength measurement can be compared with the maximum strength measurement. The devices are designed for people from 140 to 210cm in height. With user weights from 200 to 250kg, overweight patients can also use the devices.


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