LOW PROFILE DESIGN
The bottom pivot design of VR3 fixes the upper body, maintaining a stable head position. This is particularly applicable for training for athletic events where the legs are "driving". Keeping the head stationary also minimizes possible dizziness from head turning. The machine's low profile gives it curb appeal in the gym.
STABILIZED FOR BEST EFFECT
Foot platforms provide stabilization that means the exercise can focus on the torso. The hip flexed position in VR3 provides both stabilization and assures optimal spinal alignment.
KEEPING IT PERSONAL
Every individual is different. With six starting positions provided every 10° in each direction every user can select the starting position that matches their own anatomy.
Unlike some torso rotation machines, Cybex VR3 uses a seated position. This is important in making spinal alignment easier and generating more reproducible results. It also means the exercise is more user-friendly for seniors - important because training the obliques is an important part of keeping a strong core.