MX1161EX- DYNAMIC TRAINER- Multi Use Dual Adjustable Cable System
The Universal Trainer’s little brother, the Dynamic Trainer, comes with almost all of the same features of the Universal Trainer without the counter balanced smith machine. This unit is perfect for those that prefer free weights over the constraints of the smith machine. The removable J hooks an spotters allow this functional trainer to double up as a half rack and the additional accessories and attachments make it extremely versatile.
- Assembled Dimensions (LWH) 63”x70”x90”
Product Weight 555lbs
Weight Stack 220lb x 2
Frame Color Silver and Black optional
- Dual Adjustable Pulley System- 2x 220LB Weight Stacks
- Multi-Grip Pullup Bars
- Machine Accessories Included: J Hooks, Bar Spotters, Landmine, Dip Bar, Lat Pull Down Seat
- Cable Attachments included (Handles, Rope, Lat Bar, Tricep Bar, Ankle Attachment)
- Thermosetting Electrostatic Powder Coating accentuates a bright color and glossy metallic shine.
- Frame made with 3.5” Oval Rolled Steel Tubing- Rated over 1000lbs
- Solid Guide Rails for smooth consistent movement
- Made with high quality steel plates
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