Paleo Workout / Exercise Equipment
Upper Body Workout Bar
Tone your back, chest, biceps, shoulder area, abs, and more in the high level of comfort of your home or dorm using the Iron Gym Total Upper Body Extreme Edition workout bar. An upgraded version of the original Iron Gym, the Extreme Edition offers a pair of extra grip positions for a total of five: the standard narrow, neutral, and wide positions of the first Iron Gym, along with alternate wide and side holds. When positioned in the doorway, the device lets you execute pull-ups and chin-ups, with various options for exercising the inner and outer back. Once you’re done with your back workout, you can easily move the Iron Gym to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the opposite way, or sit-ups using the Iron Gym for foot stability.
Power Tower Exercises
Made to offer you a serious training without the need for weights, the Weider 200 Power Tower will get you on your way to the nicely toned, sculpted overall body you’ve wanted right in the comfort of your own home. Having a vertical knee raise station, dip station, pull-up station and push-up station, you’ll be able to work your abs, chest, tricep muscles, back, and arms. Made of two-toned, powder-coated metal and stylish upholstery, it also features an easy-up VKR step and also the durability of sewn, vinyl seats.
KettleWorx – kettlebell fitness program
KettleWorx is a complete home fitness program based entirely on kettlebell training. No other fitness program comes close to matching the 200 exercises, 36 unique workouts and more than 12 hours of personal instruction that KettleWorx provides. It is a truly personal training system that guides you, step-by-step, through your own six week body transformation. Unlike fitness programs that provide only a few routines to repeat over and over, the 36 unique routines included with KettleWorx are never boring – always challenging.
What is a Kattlebell?
Best described as a cannonball with a handle, this traditional fitness device was first used by athletes over 2000 years ago in Greece, where the kettlebell is thought to have originated. It has since been used by athletes, trainers and ‘strongmen’ in many cultures and countries. Sometimes mistakenly called a “Russian kettlebell” the kettlebell has in fact been used in the United States for over 200 years. While it is only now regaining popularity among mainstream fitness enthusiasts, the kettlebell has been a staple of firefighters and U.S. military personnel (especially Navy Seals and Special Forces) for many decades. >>> learn more about KettleWorx
Last update: 08-1-2011