ERGO-FIT TORSO LINE

FREE HIP BENCH

is a training machine designed for strengthening the hip and gluteal muscles. The adjustable knee pad allows for an optimal training position. Exercise on this machine prevents pelvic malpositions.
TORSO LINE FREE HIP BENCH

FREE HIP BENCH

Specifications

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Muscles worked Pelvis
Dimensions (L/W/H) 110/72/86 cm
Total weight (machine) approx. 39 kg
Max. user weight 180 kg
Adjustments possible Leg length

 

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