Many dip/chin machines operate from a kneeling position which makes them less accessible and more difficult to exit - particularly for seniors. [Going from a kneeling to standing position is more difficult than the Cybex design which is standing to standing.] Steps allow easy ingress and egress.
ASSISTANCE: THE RIGHT AMOUNT
Provides up to 112 lbs. of assistance - the amount that will accommodate the typical user who aspires to perform pull-ups and dips.
EASY TO MAKE IT HARDER
When users want to do dips or pull-ups without assistance, the foot bar easily flips-up to accommodate the unassisted motion.
"Extra-sized" dip grips provide improved comfort. Dual grip positions accommodate user size and provide for greater variety of movements. The pull-up bar offers both bar and neutral grips for individual preference.