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Power Tower Red - Multifunction Pull Up Station
The Power Tower Red has several different types of handle and offers a complete upper body workout. Designed to take advantage your own body weight, this is the perfect piece of equipment to engage your muscles. The design allows you have the flexibility to exercise with or without additional accessories. The combination of low space consumption and extensive exercise catalogue means the Power Tower exceeds many others in this price range.
Integrated solution for many upper body exercises
Includes pull-up bar, dip-bar and arm and back cushions
Suitable for both beginners and advanced users
Has a slight incline of about 10%, which makes training easier and safer
Back rest with lumbar support, and arm rests
Maximum load capacity 120KG
Total dimensions: (length x depth x height) = 85cm x 120cm x 235cm - other dimensions in image
Exercises with your own body weight have been very popular for many years, with functional exercises proving to be more and more important. Emerging from this is the current megatrend Freeletics – exercises which increase the powerful movements of the body in every way, to an art form. The aim is to attract targeted muscle groups not just a particular muscle, but also to increase the overall fitness and to train muscle coordination and controlled movement. The Power Tower combines several pieces of equipment that are designed for exactly this purpose and enables you to train in the smallest space in your own home. You no longer need to go in search of a playground with appropriate equipment! The workout range includes a variety of different exercises such as pull-ups, dips and leg raises on, to raised push-ups on the mounting step. The Power Tower can even be used whilst performing upside-down push-ups - the back pad serves as a support for this.