Levergym pulldowns and rows

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  • #21994
    Max Dobney
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    Hi Joe. What do you think about LeverGyms such as https://www.fitness-superstore.co.uk/body-solid-glgs100-corner-leverage-gym.html
    or the Powertec Levergym?
    I’ve been thinking that the cable system attached to the weight on a lever could be super useful for matching profiles such as pulldowns and rows. Do you think its a good alternative to picking out lots of individual machines with good profiles?

    #22008
    Joe
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    Hi Joe. What do you think about LeverGyms such as https://www.fitness-superstore.co.uk/body-solid-glgs100-corner-leverage-gym.html
    or the Powertec Levergym?
    I’ve been thinking that the cable system attached to the weight on a lever could be super useful for matching profiles such as pulldowns and rows. Do you think its a good alternative to picking out lots of individual machines with good profiles?

    #22024
    Max Dobney
    Participant

    Yes for a home gym setup. I’m planning on getting a dual adjustable cable setup and a rack with high and low cable pulley (already have free weights). I have a decent amount of space (about 5m×5m) but not enough to be buying multiple extra machines so i was looking at a bit of kit like i linked to cover many bases.
    My question really is about the cable lever system on the levergym piece and whether it offers and benefits to a typical cable system where the weight moves straight up and down on a track?

    #22052
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Yes for a home gym setup. I’m planning on getting a dual adjustable cable setup and a rack with high and low cable pulley (already have free weights). I have a decent amount of space (about 5m×5m) but not enough to be buying multiple extra machines so i was looking at a bit of kit like i linked to cover many bases.
    My question really is about the cable lever system on the levergym piece and whether it offers and benefits to a typical cable system where the weight moves straight up and down on a track?

    #22053
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hi Joe. What do you think about LeverGyms such as https://www.fitness-superstore.co.uk/body-solid-glgs100-corner-leverage-gym.html
    or the Powertec Levergym?
    I’ve been thinking that the cable system attached to the weight on a lever could be super useful for matching profiles such as pulldowns and rows. Do you think its a good alternative to picking out lots of individual machines with good profiles?

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    #22057
    Max Dobney
    Participant

    Good point – Cheers Joe!

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