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Back Machines

Back Machines

Back exercises can give you the strength and flexibility you need to perform your best and get the most out of your workout. Incorporating exercises using back exercise machines can help stretch the muscles in your back and the supporting areas, improving your overall strength and flexibility. Back machines are easy to use and can bring you outstanding benefits no matter what your level of fitness or commitment is.

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Back exercises can give you the strength and flexibility you need to perform your best and get the most out of your workout. Incorporating exercises using back exercise machines can help stretch the muscles in your back and the supporting areas, improving your overall strength and flexibility. Back machines are easy to use and can bring you outstanding benefits no matter what your level of fitness or commitment is.

Looking for machines to tone and sculpt your back? The you are at the right place! One thing to consider when purchasing back machines is the construction. It should be tough enough to handle extreme pounding, vibration, and throwing. Stability and safety are also important since you’re dropping all your weight on that machine, it should be safe enough to not let you fall off or break while working out. That happens in a lot of cases so be sure to choose wisely. Read further to find out the different types of back machines we have.

One example of a strength machine that target the back is the Glute Ham Raise. It is known that the GHR is one of the best equipment for your lower back, glutes, calves and hamstrings; these four areas are collectively known as the posterior chain. Glute Ham Raise machines have a known disadvantage, at first they feel great but at some point especially when you reach the top, the workout itself is losing its training effect. You cannot pull yourself at the very top or peak position without falling off on some GHRs. This happens in most cases and that is where our Glute Ham Raise comes as the winner. We have angled the padding which improved and enhanced the design so you can now pull yourself to the max without hurting yourself.

Now onto the next back equipment called hyperextensions. These are solid and compact contraptions that are tough enough for commercial use but space efficient enough to fit your home gym. It’s made of premium quality steel constructed for heavy duty and can take all the pounding while keeping your training safe and stable. It targets your upper especially your lower back through an extensive range of exercises and workouts you can do. With oversized dual pads that are slightly angled and fully adjustable machine for an effective back training, you’ll definitely achieve your goals.

Lastly, the dual purpose equipment that greatly helps in toning your back while enhancing your endurance and improving your cardio is none other than a row machine. It is highly recommended that you have a strong back before training on a row machine since it involves a lot of back strength. If you have a weak back you may want to skip this machine and consider a glute ham raise or hyperextension. Consider having the row machine adjusted first to fit your body. Do not slouch or change your position while rowing since consistency is the key for this machine to be effective. Try out a maximum of 10 minutes if you’re a beginner and gradually increase the minutes to not over do it.

If you have questions on our back machines, glute ham raise, hyperextension, and rowers, head over to the Q&A tab. We’ll get back to you as soon as we have the best answer to your inquiry.