Are you looking for a total body workout? Fitness machines or multi-gyms that provide a full range of exercises are "all the rage" for those who are interested in conditioning the body in it's entirety. You need something with a number of components that intended for specific areas of the body. By using this high-tech modernized gym, you will find a different component to work out specific parts and regions of the body in a free weight fashion which extends a full range of motion to your body so that you achieve the highest workout results for your Effort. I am referring to the Powertec Workbench Rack System, a breakthrough in fitness equipment for those looking for the ultimate workout. Here are some details on this fabulous exercise machine.
Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0 (Excellent)
Includes weight storage and angled chin-up bars
Easily transportable from one location to another as it is fits on wheels
Allows work out for a large range of muscle groups throughout the body and offers a vast number of exercises
Constructed with resilient materials to ensure long life of the machine
Bench detaches if the user needs access to the power rack to enable the ultimate squat exercises
Usually has a bold yellow color, but does offer optional frame colors and optional attachments such as arm curl machine and high low lat machine if desired
Price: About $ 1,099 listing price
The Powertec Workbench Rack System is defined by its bold yellow color, although there are elective frame colors. The bench section is completely removable if the user needs to open up a rack. The fact that it is on wheels makes it easily moveable and when it is stationary it locks in place with a spring pin ensures that the user is always in a fixed cantered position. The machine is simple, but pioneering and very effective. The rack is equipped with angled chin-up bar and weight storage. It is fixed at a 10 degree angle and incorporates a slide tube for speedy adjustment. The bench incorporates the patented link mechanism for multiple angles with back support. This machine may be further complement with patented arm curl and high low lat machines if the user so desires.
With the various bars, pulleys, and levers, there are a wide variety of exercises available with this home gym. The bench conveniently unclips for power rack access. You can also push the bench flat if you wish to do lateral exercises. Some of the other features include a climb up bar for the triceps and back area as well as a chin-up bar.
In addition, the Powertech Workbench Rack System is manufactured with quality durable materials and constructed for long lasting use. It also has a firm warranty as its components are completely dependable.
Dimensions: 78 "L x 48" W x 82 "H
Rack System: 700 lbs
Leg Lift: 250 lbs
Arm Curl: 200 lbs
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Depending on the kind of exercise you want to do, there are many types of exercise equipment from which to choose. You no longer have to join a gym because many types of equipment can fit right in your own home. You can do aerobic exercise, weight lifting, or core strengthening. Just choose the right machine or video, and you can get quickly in shape.
Video / DVD – Videos and DVD's are good for aerobic workouts, boxing routines and core strengthening using yoga and pilates.
Treadmill – A treadmill is a good way to walk or run no matter what the weather is doing outside.
Stationary Bike – With a stationary bike, you can watch your favorite TV show while peddling away the pounds. Styles available include the upright and the incumbent positioning.
Elliptical – An elliptical machine combines stair climbing and walking into one workout.
Stair Climber – A stair climber is a great machine to use to strengthen your leg muscles and burn calories.
Glider – A glider allows you to work your arms, legs, and rear all at the same time.
Weight Lifting – Building muscle and toning through lifing weights is a great way to burn more calories.
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So we can be healthier and more energetic, we decide to get fit, eat right, work out … all of it. Then, just as we're getting started, trying to find out what to do, people throw out technical terms we do not understand. Words like aerobic and anaerobic confuse us and make us feel like we're not smart enough to be healthy. If I've just described you, this article will tell you what the words mean and why, in most cases, they do not matter.
What Is Aerobic Exercise? Aerobic means 'with air'. When a workout routine is aerobic, your body can replenish the needed oxygen (air) to the muscles being exercised. Aerobic exercise is good for heart, lungs, immunity, lower blood pressure, cellular health and helps prevent or control major diseases (like diabetes, cancer, atherosclerosis, asthma, emphysema, sciatica, constipation, etc).
Aerobic exercise is the easiest and the most beneficial. If you feel you need to choose between anaerobic and aerobic exercise, choose aerobic. It's as simple and inexpensive as taking a fast walk 3-5 days per week. Other types of aerobic workouts include swimming, jogging, stationary bike riding, rowing, aerobic dancing (jazzercise), and lifting light weights, quickly. In order to get the full aerobic value, the activity should be sustained for 30 minutes total. Imagine that … 2-3 hours per week could add as much as 15 healthy years to your life and make the other years much healthier and productive.
What Is Anaerobic Exercise? Anaerobic means the workout is so strenuous it uses oxygen faster than your body can replenish it. An anaerobic workout is any program that is very strenuous, lifting heavy weights, for example. Other anaerobic exercises include sprinting, climbing, long jump, push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, leg lifts, squat thrusts, etc. Anaerobic workouts build muscle and are needed so you can perform heavy jobs, like lifting things, running away from danger, take a steep hike, etc. It also helps with the symptoms of some diseases (like arthritis and osteoporosis). Some people use it to get that rugged, buff look, but I'm jealous of them.
Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise Equipment: Aerobic equipment comes in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, the cheapest and easiest is a pair of walking or cross-training shoes for your aerobic walk. Some of the mid-range fitness equipment includes stationary bikes, treadmills, rowing machines, stair-steppers, etc. You can get really expensive, with electronically assisted equipment that simulates uphill climbs and monitors your blood pressure, heart rate, calories burned, along with charting your entire routine and uploading to computer. For me, I'll take the walks!
There are many types of anaerobic exercise equipment on the market at all price ranges. Some examples are dumb bells, free weights, home gyms, thigh and abdominal workout equipment. If you're on a really tight budget, you can buy bungee cords or medical tubing and make your own anaerobic exercise equipment. Frankly, you could use a stick attached to 2, 2-liter bottles of water for various weight lifting workouts.
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If you’re looking or that quiet getaway on the Central California coast, consider Avila Beach, an idyllic little stretch of sand with comfortable accommodations nearby. Not that children would be unwelcome – Avila is a playground for all ages. But the new Avila Village Inn has now brought this destination up a notch or two for those seeking a special romantic beach getaway. The inn has pulled out all the stops to attract couples who want to pamper themselves as much as enjoy the natural beauties of the Central California coastline. About seven miles north of Pismo Beach the sign directs Highway 101 travelers to Avila Beach by way of a winding road that follows San Luis Creek down into a wooded ravine. About a mile before you get to the beach is Avila Village, a new development with condos, a few shops and, adjacent to the creek, the Avila Village Inn. While not actually on the beach, the inn’s wooded setting gives the property a quiet, reclusive feel. The developers of the hotel use the word “refined” to describe the many details and amenities that have been built into the 30 guest rooms. And our impression was that, indeed, this is one of those inns where you enjoy tasting the luxurious accommodations as much as experiencing the beach and other natural surroundings. This property has incorporated many of the design features now seen in newer upscale homes. Wet bars, granite countertops and fireplaces are in each room, while marble is used extensively throughout the shower and bathroom area. The pillow-top king beds both look and feel comfortable with down pillows, blankets and duvets. We especially enjoyed the 103-degree private spa waiting for us on our creekside balcony. If you’re so inclined, each room or suite has its own DVD player and guests are encouraged to check out free DVDs from the front desk. Those who are a little more active will welcome the fitness center that is just across the parking lot from the inn – perfect for working off those snacks, pastries and treats that are provided guests in both a welcoming basket and a breakfast basket the next day. Other details like tasteful art, mission-style furniture and a grand, sweeping staircase in the lobby area all add up to a sense of privilege – which, of course, is what it’s all about when you spend significant money to enjoy quality time with your loved one. A couple of minutes down the road from the inn is Avila Beach, a half-mile long beach area that is growing in popularity because of its more exclusive, almost Mediterranean feel. A few older hotels are situated near the beach, adjacent to some shops that are sprinkled throughout the tiny “downtown” area. There is evidence of new construction that we hear was made necessary from some oil leaks in the area; but the beach itself and the businesses along the beach seem unaffected. Avila Beach has three piers, including two that are … Read More
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