Technogym launches innovative machine Selection Med Leg Press

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Technogym has introduced the latest innovative machine namely Selection Med Leg Press and also added it to the worlds largest range of medically certif...

Technogym has introduced the latest innovative machine namely Selection Med Leg Press and also added it to the world’s largest range of medically certified strength products for sports training and orthopaedic rehabilitation.

This innovative machine is used by well-known footballers at the new St George’s Park facility, England Cricket team at the ECB National Performance Centre and by the Olympic champions at Loughborough University Power base training centre.

It combines weight stack resistance with an elastic weight stack, and creates 5 workout modes for varying degrees of rehabilitation and performance. This modern machine has interesting features like having an adjustable back rest and shoulder pads that allows each user to find the best position for them to activate more muscles during a workout or rehabilitation.

The complete selection med range comprises of 23 machines including three flagship pieces like the leg press, leg curl and leg extension.

Selection Med Leg Press has been designed for hospitals, sports performance centres, rehabilitation centres, physiotherapists, and clubs who want to offer products which are suitable for all and also some advantages for general fitness, rehabilitation and GP referral.

Craig Swyer, Product Manager Technogym said, “With strong focus in the market to build closer links between health and fitness, the Selection Med Line has been designed for fitness professionals to maximise results for a wide range of client needs due to adjustable pads for comfort, ease of access, adaptable range of motion and a variety of training modes.”

This innovative machine will be available for commercial purchase next month.

Technogym is a well-known recognized as setting the standard in the sector of technologies for rehabilitation, wellness and athletic preparation. The company exports 85% of its production to 100 countries and more than 50,000 wellness centres are equipped with Technogym and 20,000 private homes.

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