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PUTTING UP A RESISTANCE


NEW LOOK FOR LIFE

Life Fitness’ new Insignia Series of selectorised strength equipment has been designed with form and function in mind, offering fully customisable options.

Available in summer 2014, the range of 21 products replaces Life Fitness’ Signature Series, providing a new look, improved feel and upgraded features, with enhanced biomechanics used in the design of the range. Machines such as the chest press and shoulder press feature independent movements to ensure both the left and right sides of the body perform equal amounts of work.

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new Insignia Series
STRONG PERFORMANCE

SportsArt’s new entry-level strength range launched in the UK last month. The Performance Series line will arrive in the country from the company’s factory in Taiwan ahead of the first club installation, expected to take place in autumn 2014.

The range has been designed to be easy to use, providing both quality and value for any budget; in spite of its entry-level positioning and price point, each unit in the Performance Series line has been built using high quality materials. Every UK installation will also receive a three-year parts and service warranty. The new equipment will initially be on show at the company’s UK headquarters.

fitness-kit.net keyword: SportsArt

 



Performance Series
RESISTANCE & RESULTS

Precor has completed its Discovery Strength Series with five selectorised converging and diverging resistance pieces, with independently moving arms. The equipment features Advanced Movement Design (AMD) platforms to engage more muscles to functionally develop strength and stabilise movement.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Precor

 



Discovery Strength Series
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

Cybex has unveiled a new 12-piece line of resistance equipment that features refined movements, restyled aesthetics and re-imagined user features.

The Eagle line offers patented Dual Axis Technology, which allows users to train with pre- or user-defined patterns of motion. Workouts can be optimised with an incremental weight system.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Cybex

 



Cybex has unveiled a new 12-piece line of resistance equipment
PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE

FreeMotion’s new cable-based strength training technology, the Live Axis, allows users to train against resistance with every move they make. The line includes a number of pieces of equipment, all fitted with live-sliding cables allowing for optimum activation throughout each movement. Users can also engage different parts of the body by changing their position.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Fitness Systems Limited

 



The Live Axis
 


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Health Club Management
2014 issue 7

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Resistance equipment

Fitness-kit.net special


PUTTING UP A RESISTANCE

NEW LOOK FOR LIFE

Life Fitness’ new Insignia Series of selectorised strength equipment has been designed with form and function in mind, offering fully customisable options.

Available in summer 2014, the range of 21 products replaces Life Fitness’ Signature Series, providing a new look, improved feel and upgraded features, with enhanced biomechanics used in the design of the range. Machines such as the chest press and shoulder press feature independent movements to ensure both the left and right sides of the body perform equal amounts of work.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Life Fitness

 



new Insignia Series
STRONG PERFORMANCE

SportsArt’s new entry-level strength range launched in the UK last month. The Performance Series line will arrive in the country from the company’s factory in Taiwan ahead of the first club installation, expected to take place in autumn 2014.

The range has been designed to be easy to use, providing both quality and value for any budget; in spite of its entry-level positioning and price point, each unit in the Performance Series line has been built using high quality materials. Every UK installation will also receive a three-year parts and service warranty. The new equipment will initially be on show at the company’s UK headquarters.

fitness-kit.net keyword: SportsArt

 



Performance Series
RESISTANCE & RESULTS

Precor has completed its Discovery Strength Series with five selectorised converging and diverging resistance pieces, with independently moving arms. The equipment features Advanced Movement Design (AMD) platforms to engage more muscles to functionally develop strength and stabilise movement.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Precor

 



Discovery Strength Series
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

Cybex has unveiled a new 12-piece line of resistance equipment that features refined movements, restyled aesthetics and re-imagined user features.

The Eagle line offers patented Dual Axis Technology, which allows users to train with pre- or user-defined patterns of motion. Workouts can be optimised with an incremental weight system.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Cybex

 



Cybex has unveiled a new 12-piece line of resistance equipment
PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE

FreeMotion’s new cable-based strength training technology, the Live Axis, allows users to train against resistance with every move they make. The line includes a number of pieces of equipment, all fitted with live-sliding cables allowing for optimum activation throughout each movement. Users can also engage different parts of the body by changing their position.

fitness-kit.net keyword: Fitness Systems Limited

 



The Live Axis

Originally published in Health Club Management 2014 issue 7

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