On the Bravo Pull, the Progressive Stabilization technology adjusts height and reach. The Bravo Pull also includes overhead cable outlets for performing lat pulls, which can be performed kneeling, squatting, with the utility bench, or a stability ball.
The Bravo Pull utilizes a form similar to that of the Bravo Press. The differences, however, take into account the fact that pulling patterns start from a much narrower basis in front of the user. The machine features vertical pulley adjustments with 22 positions and overhead lat pull outlets. The vertical adjustments allow movements from a low row to a high row.
The unique Progressive Stabilization system adjusts for height and horizontal position, offering maximum stabilization (like selectorized equipment) or free standing movement (like most functional trainers). The Bravo's Progressive Stabilization system can also be positioned for partial stability, introducing specific challenges for different functional tasks. Systematic destabilization allows trainers to create programming which builds strength and skills in a progressive, highly effective manner, offering new challenges as users' capabilities grow.
The advanced cable adjustment system lets not only the height of the cable to be adjusted, but also the width between cables. This means the direction of resistance can be completely controlled. The versatility creates almost endless training possibilities - and only Cybex has it.
Designed specifically for use with the Bravo Functional Training series to provide even greater training possibilities, the Utility Bench allows users to perform a variety of movements from the seated position either with or without the Progressive Stabilization pad.