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BODYKORE UNIVERSAL MX1162 ALL IN ONE TRAINING SYSTEM

 

Like its name, The Universal Trainer is truly an all-in-one training system. This inviting apparatus reinvents a piece of equipment we have grown familiar with and adds a natural feeling that compliments the body’s movement. The Universal Trainer’s innovative space saving design takes multiple pieces of equipment and combines it into a single all in one unit. Whether its free weights, resistance training through cable resistance, body weight movements or heavy leg presses, this is a one of a kind machine that can be the sole piece of equipment for any facility.

Features

 Multi-Functional All-in-One Versatile Unit

  • Dual Adjustable Pulley System
  • Smith Machine
  • Multi-Grip Pull Up Bars
  • Half Squat Cage Function (Bar Hooks and Spotters)
  • Lat Pull Down Seat Add-On
  • Inverted Leg Press Add-On
  • Accessories Storage
  • Weight Pegs and Bar Storage
  • Land Mine

Product Specs

Assembled Dimensions (LWH) 64.5”x90.3”x90.4”
Product Weight 595lbs
Weight Stack 220lb x 2
Frame Color Silver and Black optional
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