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Posted Sep 5, 2014 by Gym Source in Circuit Training and tagged Circuit Training, Commercial Fitness, FreeMotion, strength training.

Take Another Look at FreeMotion

FreeMotion, a longtime leader in cardio machine technology, has us raving about their strength training equipment like never before. The company’s updated functional machines and redesigned EPIC plate-loaded line feature innovations that not only save space and look great—they give users fast, efficient results. Let’s take a look.

The FreeMotion EXT Dual Cable Cross

The FreeMotion EXT Dual Cable Cross offers users a new level of versatility and durability in a functional trainer. Clubs love the space-saving efficiency that the dual cables provide; users love the new variety of exercises that can be accomplished.

“There’s a 2-in-1 aspect of the Dual Cable Cross that lets users do more,” explains Mike Caruso, Gym Source Commercial Sales Associate. “Now someone can use the same machine to work their chest and shoulders simultaneously, or perform lats and rows—all in one smooth, fluid motion. It’s one machine with two pulleys, and infinite ways to get fit.”

The FreeMotion EPIC Plate-Loaded Line

The new design of FreeMotion’s EPIC plate-loaded strength training machines is all about ease: easy maintenance, easy floor planning, and easy on the eyes. FreeMotion achieves this goal by using heavy-duty, powder-coated, 11-gauge steel tubing with a flat-oval design and by employing consistent footprints for every machine.

What’s more, the nickel-plated weight tubes ensure that users can effortlessly add and remove weights—while precision pivot bearings make each rep smooth and natural. High-density foam grips provide a comfortable, secure grip. The machines are more comfortable, too, thanks to a padded, ergonomic chair back design and adjustable padded seat.

Contact your Gym Source sales representative for more information about updated strength training equipment from FreeMotion.

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