Station 1: Vertical Bench Press
Most of the major muscle groups (chest, shoulder, triceps, and back muscles) in your upper body are exercised using the Vertical Bench Press Station. The Bench Press is a foundation movement with most muscle training programs. Each arm work independently of the other, allowing you to select varying weights, in the case you have more strength in one side than the other. Additionally, each arm has a fully adjustable height to fit your individual needs. The handgrips are adjustable for either wide or narrow grip by sliding the handles to the desired position. Handgrip is not required, just place the palms on the handles and push away. The back support is fully adjustable
and allows for different positions for either a partial or full press. Your pushing movement holds you securely in place. Straps and retaining devices are not needed. This station comes standard with 200# weight stack in 10-pound units. Larger and smaller stacks available.
Station 2: Seated Military Press
This exercise works the chest, shoulder, back and tricepsâ muscles. The handle is fully adjustable to allow for your individual height. The padded backrest prevents you from tipping over backwards while pressing up. The removable stool allows the able bodied to use both the Vertical Bench Press and the Seated Military Press. Weight selection is done by simply moving the selector pin.