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- 1-Handles ratchet1-Handles ratchet
INFORMATION I – learn what ratchet we describe in the video.
INFORMATION II – ratchet is used for blocking/unblocking a handle. Try doing the same.
INFORMATION I – learn about E-31 bumpers.
INFORMATION II – if bumper or any other handle does not have a ratchet, it must be secured with a nut E-22.
INFORMATION III – you can put out machine’s arms on these bumpers. Turning them and securing with a nut, you can block the movement upwards-downwards.
- 3-Bumpers – arms blockade3-Bumpers – arms blockade
Learn, how to use bumpers and put away arms vertically and block them.
- 4-Arms safety4-Arms safety
INFORMATION I – remember about your security and other’s security.
INFORMATION II – this spot is for putting away your barbell.
INFORMATION III – remember to evenly load and unload weights on/out your short bar – learn how to do it.
INFORMATION IV – remember to secure your weights.
- 5-Lower pulley cable5-Lower pulley cable
INFORMATION I – learn about the cable used in lower pulley.
INFORMATION II – learn how NOT to connect the cable and how to PROPERLY do it.
- 6-Universal bench6-Universal bench
INFORMATION I – for exercises where it is necessary, use the winder to block the movement of the bench.
INFORMATION II – you do not need much force to tighten the winder.
INFORMATION III – bench has a pin and a hook in front, that can be used ie. for leg press.
INFORMATION IV – try to not keep your hands in guides area (where the bench moves back and forth).
INFORMATION V – when you move your bench, do not forget to block it. INFORMATION VI – this element block the bench’s pin from sliding out.
- 7-Universal bench – sockets7-Universal bench – sockets
INFORMATION I – you can put preacher element P-8 inside this socket under the seating and perform various exercises as seen on the video.
INFORMATION II – you can put this P-2 pad inside this socket under the backrest and perform various exercises as seen on the video.
- 8-Arms weight8-Arms weight
INFORMATION I – distance from spin axis of the same arm (both left and right side) is the same and equals A. Because of that, the weight of the arm counting from the center to each sides equals 0 KG / 0 LBS (when pushing up the arm).
INFORMATION II – learn, what weight does the machine’s arm has when you add some basic elements that you will use during your training.
- 9-Lever’s weight9-Lever’s weight
Learn the weight of the lever with and without weight cases WC-1.
- 10-PY-2 pulley – part 110-PY-2 pulley – part 1
After connecting PY-2 pulley with the machine, you reduce the weight of the lever by 50 %.
- 11-PY-2 pulley – part 211-PY-2 pulley – part 2
INFORMATION I – how to insert PY-2 pulley element inside lower sockets and exemplary exercise – Cable Standing Hip Abduction.
INFORMATION II – how to insert PY-2 pulley inside middle sockets and exemplary exercise – Standing Cable One Arm Shoulder Press.
INFORMATION III – how to insert PY-2 pulley inside upper sockets and exemplary exercise – Standing Cable One Arm Reverse Fly.
- 12-Maximal load12-Maximal load
INFORMATION I – maximal load for OPTION OB is 110 kg / 244 lbs.
INFORMATION II – remember to carefully put away your barbell after training with OPTION OB.
INFORMATION III – remember to carefully put away arms after training.
INFORMATION III – maximal load for one arm is 110 kg (242 lbs) for both arms is 220 kg (485 lbs).
INFORMATION IV – maximal load for lower pulley cable is 220 kg (458 lbs).
INFORMATION V – maximal load for upper pulley cable is 220 kg (458 lbs).
- 13-Control cables13-Control cables
INFORMATION I – remember to check the state of cables – at least once for two weeks. Cable are vulnerable to very big weights – ie. during leg press.