Machine Exercises

  • Decline Chest Press

    Using the cable allows you to strengthen the stability muscles of your chest and shoulders.

  • Deltoid Fly

    This machine targets the deltoids directly by having your arms press the weight up instead of having your hands hold the weight and stressing the wrists and forearms.

  • External Rotation

    The cable provides constant, even tension throughout the movement so that you know exactly how much weight you are using.

  • Forearm Curl

    Doing this with a cable allows you to add weight progressively to adjust to your needs.

  • Front Deltoid Raise

    This works the front of the shoulder as well as the bicep.

  • Glute Press

    This machine reaches a hard-to-isolate area and allows you to load on the weight so you don't have to do excessive amounts of reps to reach fatigue.

  • Hip Abduction

    This seated machine allows you to rest the other muscles of your legs while you fatigue your outer thighs, and allows you to load more weight on as necessary.

  • Hip Adduction

    This seated machine allows you to rest the other muscles of your legs while you fatigue your inner thighs, and is non-strenuous on your knees.

  • Incline Chest Press

    This targets the upper portion of your chest muscles as well as your anterior deltoids.

  • Internal Rotation

    Using a cable provides constant tension and allows you to monitor the weight you are using then increase or decrease when appropriate.

 

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