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Aerobic Walker

Develops cardio system, quadriceps, hamstrings & calves.

Hold onto the handle and place feet on the foot rest. Move feet backward and forward in a walking motion to increase the heart rate.

Cardio
Flexibility & Mobility

Body Twist

Develops flexibility & mobility, lower back, glutes and abdominals.

In a standing position holding onto hand holds, rotate hips.

Flexibility & Mobility

Cycle Seat

In a seated position with feet on the pedals, rotate the wheel in a cycle fashion. 

Cardio
Flexibility & Mobility

Dexterity Bar

In a standing position, hold the marker with either hand and move it along the bar from one end to the other, and back, without it touching the bar.

Alternate hands and increase the speed as you get better, making sure the marker doesn’t touch the bar.

Flexibility & Mobility

Oblique Pivot

Develops abdominals and lower back.

In a standing position, place feet on the foot rests and hold onto handles. Swing feet from left to right.

Cardio
Flexibility & Mobility

Resistance Hook

Use these hooks to perform various resistance training exercises.

Strength
Flexibility & Mobility

Shoulder Wheel

Develops flexibility & mobility, deltoids, trapezius and rotator cuffs.

With either one or two hands on the circular knobs, rotate wheel in a clockwise and anti-clockwise direction.

Flexibility & Mobility

Stretch Station

Stretches all muscle groups.

Use this station to stretch all muscle groups before and after using other equipment.

Flexibility & Mobility

Tai Chi Wheel

Develops flexibility & mobility, deltoids, trapezius and rotator cuffs.

With one hand on each circular knob, rotate wheels in a clockwise and anti-clockwise direction.

Flexibility & Mobility

Wobble Board

  • Also available without the assisting bar.

A range of standard exercises can be performed on this item to increase intensity and train balance. Try squats, push ups and step ups.

The item is intended to wobble so start with a basic exercise like squats until you get used to the movement, then try something harder.

Strength
Cardio
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