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TechnoGym®  FLEXability™ Anterior - Fitness Trendz USA

TechnoGym® FLEXability™ Anterior

$ 2,360.00 $ 2,950.00

FLEXability™ Anterior helps to prevent back pain by stretching the anterior muscles of the trunk and lower limbs. It is suitable for all types of users in a range of environments including hotels, residential, medical and corporate wellness areas.

Flexibility for enhanced wellness

The FLEXability™ range reduces muscular tension, provides for an initial assessment of flexibility, and continuously monitors improvement, thus helping users achieve lasting, active relaxation. In addition to physiotherapy clinics, the FLEXability™ range can also be used by Corporate Wellness centers to help prevent physical problems like back pain, which usually accounts for 30 - 40% of absences.

The products in the FLEXABILITY LINEhave been created to make stretching exercises gradually effective. They are products that help to reduce muscle tension and achieve an active and lasting relaxation condition. FLEXability ANTERIOR helps to prevent back pain by gradually lengthening the anterior muscles of the trunk and lower limbs (trunk-hips-legs), while maintaining the correct core and spine alignment.


SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISES USING STRETCHING MACHINES The exclusive Selflex system (patented) allows stretching to be modulated with a gradual involvement of the user's weight. This avoids the risk of micro traumas. The safety brake then stabilises the machine, making the user's movement more secure. The sliding carriage can be adjusted in different angle degrees to extend the range of movement arcs but also the range of stretching exercises of the leg muscles. The integrated Visual Feedback system allows you to measure the improvement of articular flexibility through a numerical index. Finally, thanks to the Memory system, all the seating and support points are modelled on the shapes of the user's body. 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
With its 1930 mm depth, 570 mm width and 1240 mm height, the FLEXABILITY ANTERIOR offers three different degrees of angle (0°, 20°, 45°) for gradual involvement of the muscles involved. The muscles in question are: Abdominal Rect, Iliac, Psoas, Quadricipiti, Femoral Rect, Front Tibial, contralateral Glutei, Hip Periarticular. 


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