We're going to talk about strength equipment now. Moving onto some of the cable units that we have. The first cable unit we have right here is what we call the four stack. There's four different stations on each side. You have on the first side right here you have your basic lat pull-down. All your weight increments go by 15. If you're using the weights and let's say you're on 70 lbs. you get like twelve, fifteen reps and you don't want to jump all the way up to 85 lbs. We have your increment weights right here that will be hanging on these knobs, you just place it right here on the guide rods, so you got the 5 lb. on each one so you can go up by 5 lb. increments if you want to and then just put it back here on the pegs when your done.
You got your water bottle holders here. You have your leg adjustment here, same thing, it is always going to be color coordinated in yellow so just pull out the yellow knob here, adjust it where it's comfortable. Now there are a couple of different options here, you have your basic lat pull-down bar. We have two different slots, and the reason why we have two different cables is some folks might want to do like a basic maybe a one-arm or independent-arm movement. So you could take this off, and if you wanna do one arm at a time you gotta get a better isolation, you can grab these knobs right here.
Then you can do one arm at a time. A lot of the serious weightlifters like this one because it's a lot better isolation. We have that set up on both the lat pull-down and seated row on the other side, so that's the lat pull-down. On this side you have your tricep press down. This one goes up by 10...
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