VALUE COMMERCIAL. The unique articulating carriage moves backward and tilts at the same time which encourages the user to push higher on the back. This unique Cybex-patented design provides for more complete hip extension and gluteal involvement.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. Innovative designs on the Leg Extension make positioning the tibia pad intuitive, virtually effortless, and results in easily accessible and easily adjustable machines. No knobs to lock - just put legs behind the pad and push.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. Innovative designs on the Seated Leg Curl machines make positioning the tibia pad intuitive, virtually effortless, and results in easily accessible and easily adjustable machines.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The curvilinear movement encourages gluteal involvement without requiring the user to align the hip joint. It also provides knee extension which is required to eliminate hamstring cramping and allow full gluteal training.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. VR1 uses the familiar and comfortable standing position to train calf muscles. The shoulder pads are angled to match the natural angle of the shoulder which also offers better exercise comfort.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The overhead pivot on Cybex VR1 Chest Press provides a linear path of motion. This is a natural movement (barbell path of motion) which is the familiar look and feel that users feel comfortable with. This is in contrast to the less natural and less effective descending path of many other chest presses on the market.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. Cybex Overhead Press is engineered to counter-balance the additional weight of the pressing arm assembly so that the user is lifting only the actual weight selected.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The VR1 lat pull is the traditional lat pull that most facilities want to offer their users. It offers exercise variety and appeals to those who favor a more familiar movement.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The VR1 pulldown offers a machine-defined path of motion which makes it ideal for beginners, seniors and for use in express circuits.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The intuitive design of the VR1 cable-based arm curl makes it an easy machine to use — sit down, reach over the arm pad, grab the bar, and pull. Because it is cable-based, it requires no axis of rotation alignment.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The VR1 arm curl offers a machine-defined path of motion which makes it ideal for beginners, seniors and for use in express circuits.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The intuitive design with pushdown positioning eliminates the need for adjustments or aligning the elbow with the axis of rotation. This is the classic exercise most users are familiar with — and a familiar motion is often one that encourages greater use.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. VR1 offers user positioning that includes an adjustable back support and seat height adjustment that works to provide stabilization and also to accommodate variable user size. Some arm extension machines do not offer back support which can compromise alignment and is inefficient in training the tricep.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The VR1 overhead pivot closely matches a standard descending path of motion that trains either for row or... for rear delt movements.
SPACE SAVERS. Cybex uses independent movement to train each arm according to its need. By allowing the arms to move independently of each other, VR1 delivers the ability to balance the workout when one arm is weaker or injured.
Trunk and Torso
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The space-efficient design of VR1 provides a crunch-like movement. The padded harness grips remove the arms from the movement which isolates the abs for a more targeted workout.
VALUE COMMERCIAL. The lumbar level axis of rotation promotes the use of the lower back (spinal erectors) as the prime movers. Starting positions provided every 10°.