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FreeMotion Fitness & Exercise Equipment

FreeMotion Fitness & Exercise Equipment

Once Oprah got behind the functional fitness revolution, everyone waited to see which line of modern exercise equipment she would christen. It turned out to be the FreeMotion Cable Cross, which has been so popular that if you’ve been working out in a city gym over the last handful of years you’ve probably used one. FreeMotion touched off just before the birth of the 21st century in 1999 on this core principle:

“One-dimensional training doesn't carry over to a three-dimensional world. A place where twisting, turning, and moving in all planes is a daily fact of life.”

Within no time the startup brand out of Utah was picked up by none other than ICON, the world’s biggest manufacturer of fitness equipment. They recognized functional exercise and the demand for products that catered to it are responses to the technological world where the demands on the human body are becoming less and less. Yet, healthcare costs and the human costs of obesity, hypertension and avoidable injuries is going through the root!

Pioneers of Today’s Fitness Culture

FreeMotion released an entire line that gyms could provide their customers in one small area of the free weight room. For example, imagine these three sitting right next to each other in either a commercial or residential fitness area:

1. The EXT Dual Cable Cross: Users typically approach one of these amazing functional trainers with at least 3 to 4 different exercises in mind. The adjustments are simple and they can find the perfect fit to precision-focus the tension on one muscle group of their entire body at once.
2. The EPIC Din-Chin-Ab: Just imagine doing 6 rounds of this as quickly as possible: 8 chin-ups, 10 forward leaning dips into 15-20 knee-ins or leg raises.
3. The EPIC 45-Degree Back Extension: You can train the abs, obliques, the lower back and smaller muscle groups within the lumbo-pelvic hip complex.

The focus is less on one-joint movements. That’s still effective for body sculpting of course, or hypertrophy but to be build body control, agility, dexterity and muscular endurance more dynamic movements are required.

A Force of Nature within the Sports Industry

If you’ve been into college or professional sports, or you’re training to compete in the Olympics you’ve probably already used FreeMotion equipment, both functional trainers, free weights and indoor cardio machines.

To get this equipment into your training center, rehabilitation center, physical therapy center or commercial fitness establishment don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer support staff. 

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