FreeMotion LIVEAXIS™ Low Pull

The FreeMotion LIVEAXIS™ Low Pull increases strength for activities such as lifting objects from the ground. Live-sliding pulleys follow your path of movement–offering progressive resistance and optimum muscle activation throughout your entire exercise. Independent arm movements and extensive cable travel allow for specific exercises that target muscles in the back, shoulders and arms.

Length: 64″ (163 cm)
Width: 45″ (114 cm)
Height: 74″ (188 cm)
Weight: 488lbs (221 kgs)

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The FreeMotion LIVEAXIS™ Low Pull increases strength for activities such as lifting objects from the ground. Live-sliding pulleys follow your path of movement–offering progressive resistance and optimum muscle activation throughout your entire exercise. Independent arm movements and extensive cable travel allow for specific exercises that target muscles in the back, shoulders and arms.

+ Progressive Resistance

Live-sliding pulley technology allows the user’s muscles to stay at optimum activation with never-ending resistance throughout the entire movement.

+ Aluminum Swivel Pulleys

Because the pulleys swivel, it allows the user to target specific muscles and recruit the muscles being used to stabilize and balance the body.

+ Dual Independent Tracks

Each pulley glides up and down on an independent track with each movement–ensuring never-ending resistance and a more effective workout.

+ Cable Travel

Extensive cable travel allows for full exercise flexion, single arm: 58 inches (147 cm), two arms: 42 inches (107 cm).

+ Enclosed 200 lb. Weight Stack

Limits access to moving parts for user safety.

+ Kick Plates

18-gauge, stainless steel kick plates protect the machine from wear and tear.

+ Industrial Construction

Equipment is built with 11- and 7-gauge steel tubing and is electrostatically powder-coated with paint that has undergone 2,000 hours of salt spray testing.

+ ADA Compliant

Compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act for wheelchair accessibility.

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