BodyMax C10 Elite Strength Trainer Multi Gym

BodyMax C10 Elite Strength Trainer Multi Gym


Key Features:

  •  Sealed ball bearings
  •  Fibreglass-strengthened nylon pulleys
  •  Adjustable seat and backrest
  •  Vinyl-coated grips & double stitched upholstery
  •  10 Different exercise options
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The BodyMax C10 Elite Strength Trainer offers a perfect multifunctional solution for your home space. Featuring 10 different exercises for various muscle groups, the multi-gym also has an adjustable seat and backrest, vinyl-coated grips and double-stitched upholstery.

The Multi-Gym is a perfect all-in-one solution for a home gym as it offers a variety of exercises targeting all of your body muscles helping you reach your fitness goals quickly and effectively. The fully adjustable seat and backrest will ensure maximum comfort for the user while high quality materials used will provide stability and security.The C10 comes with a 75kg vinyl weight stack and various accessories listed below. Please note weight stack plates do not come with weight stickers – weight plates are 5kg each.

The C10 also features sealed ball bearings, vinyl-coated grips and double-stitched upholstery. It includes fibreglass-strengthened nylon pulleys and smooth bearings for the Butterfly’s 4 pivot points, giving the best possible motion.


Lat Pulldown – this exercise targets the latissimus dorsi (“lats”), which is the muscle just under the armpits and spreading across and down the back. This exercise strengthens the back muscles that are responsible for proper posture and ease pulling movements such as performing a pull-up.

Chest Press – it’s a classic upper-body strengthening exercise that works your pectorals (chest), deltoids (shoulders), and triceps (arms). It is one of the best chest exercises for building upper body strength.

Shoulder Press – this compound shoulder exercise works for several major muscle groups simultaneously: shoulders (all three deltoid muscles: anterior, posterior, and lateral), traps, lower back, biceps, triceps, and core. By including shoulder press in your workout routine you will benefit from increased strength and size of shoulder, tricep and trapezius muscles.

Triceps Press Down – The triceps brachii muscle is located at the rear of the upper arm and has three components: the long, lateral, and medial heads. If you want to build up your arms, working all three heads of your triceps is key, and the triceps pulldown does just that. Triceps pushdowns also benefit your overall strength and endurance by engaging your core, back, and shoulders.

Seated Row – The seated cable row is a pulling exercise that works the back muscles in general, particularly the latissimus dorsi. It also works the forearm muscles and the upper arm muscles, as the biceps and triceps are dynamic stabilizers for this exercise.

Standing Arm Curl – Curls work the biceps muscles at the front of the upper arm, and also the muscles of the lower arm—the brachialis, and brachioradialis. Doing the arm curl, you build strength and learn to use your arm muscles correctly, bracing with your core muscles.

Abdominal Crunch – the machine abdominal crunch is designed to streamline the movement of crunching and ensure the muscle is targeted with greater effect. The user is provided with a full range of motion that otherwise might not have been possible. The intrinsic comfort associated with this machine is imperative for those who do not want to feel pain in their neck and back after the workout.

Leg Extension – this exercise targets quadricep muscles that run along the front of your thigh from your knee to your pelvis and are responsible for hip flexion and knee extension. When you perform leg extensions, you contract the quad to bring your knees up against the weighted resistance. While many other exercises such as squats, lunges or deadlifts also work on the quads, they do not isolate the muscle as a leg extension does.

Leg Curl – it’s a basic isolation exercise that targets two primary muscle groups: the calf muscles (gastrocnemius and soleus muscles) and the hamstrings. The primary benefit of leg curls is strengthening and improving flexibility in your calves and hamstrings.

Butterfly – The fly machine is ideal for increasing chest strength and muscle mass by targeting the pectoralis muscles. You have two sets of pectoral muscles on each side of the front of your chest: the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor. This exercise primarily benefits the pectoralis major—the larger of the two muscles that are responsible for movement at the shoulder joint.

1 x BodyMax C10 Elite Strength Trainer Multi Gym
1 x Revolving lat bar
1 x Triceps bar
1 x Ab crunch cradle
1 x Ankle strap
1 x Single handle
1 x Heavy 75Kg Vinyl weight stack


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