The X-Force Abdominal Crunch has a pre-set handle position and stable elbow pads to prevent excess arm pull, and well-designed leg pads to prevent eliopsoas muscle use during workout.
The X-Force Biceps Curl has a 35° angle seating position. The adjustable width, which is patent pending, provides the perfect elbow position.
The X-Force Deltoid Lift has a variable-resistance cam function with self-adjusting handles that makes a huge difference in the performance of this all-important movement.
The X-Force Deltoid Press is an excellent, multi-joint machine that shapes and builds your deltoid muscles.
The X-Force Horizontal Leg Curl allows the hamstrings to add shape, strength, and power to the back thighs. It has a full cam function for the best strength curve.
The X-Force Lat Back Circular allows a 270° rotation movement which works on your largest and strongest upper-body muscles, the latissimus dorsi.
The X-Force Lat Back Pull allows a multi-joint, downward movement for working the lats and the biceps.
The X-Force Lat Back Row is another multi-joint exercise machine for working the lats and the biceps, horizontally.
The X-Force Leg Press offers the sheer joy of heavy leg training. The effect of training on this machine can be felt in the buttocks, hamstrings, quadriceps, and gastrocnemius.
The X-Force Leg Quadriceps is a basic, single-joint exercise for your front thigh muscles. It helps strengthen and stabilize your knees like nothing you’ve ever experienced.
The X-Force Pec Angle Press provides a 40° angle back support with a two-way handle grip position, which adds variety to your cycles and routines.
The X-Force Pec Arm Cross allows the complete contraction of pectoralis major muscles, and guides your upper arms downward and across your torso.
The X-Force Pec Seated Press is not comparable to an ordinary bench press. You will undergo the negative force on this variable-resistance exercise in your chest and shoulder muscles.
The X-Force Triceps Press provides independent arm movement with an adjustable back pad for the best triceps extensions.