Hammer Strength Plate Loaded Combo Decline
The Plate Loaded Ground Base Combo Decline loads at opposite points allowing users to perform a twisting motion in a decline plane.
The Hammer Strength Plate Loaded Combo Decline loads at opposite points allowing users to perform a twisting motion in a decline plane. And handles provide user stabilization during single-arm exercises. Ground Base equipments designed to keep the exerciser firmly planted on the ground while maximizing power and explosiveness from the feet up.
UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE STRENGTH TRAINING
- Hammer Strength is the No. 1 brand of Plate Loaded equipment in the world designed to move with the body’s natural path of motion. Hammer Strength was the first to explore the ergonomic advantages of independent converging and diverging arcs of motion. With over 40 Plate Loaded products, Hammer Strength offers the tools needed to build champions.
- Rugged strength training equipment made for the elite athlete and those who want to train like one.
- For more than 25 years, Hammer Strength equipment used by professional athletes. Therefore competing at the highest level, as well as the top college and high school athletic programs.
- Hammer Strength equipment is designed to move the way the body supposed to. Built to provide performance strength training that yields results. Hammer Strength isn’t exclusive, it’s meant for anyone willing to put in the work.
Delivers the smooth converging and diverging arcs of motion. Independent movement allows users to move both limbs at the same time, one at a time, alternating, or with different weights for each.
Ground Base machines movement-based rather than muscle-based. They train multiple muscle groups at once, for total body training that builds explosiveness from the ground up.
A History of Performance
Hammer Strength Combo Decline built on the pure performance of Plate Loaded equipment.
Hammer Strength machines offer several convenience features depending on the piece.
|Dimensions||65 × 51 × 96 in|
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