Wellness Revolution International Introduces New Strength Training Home Gym

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The new 1 Rep Gym™ isometric strength training machine is the only home gym that incorporates digital isometric force measurements for verifiable gains in bone density, muscle mass and strength. With no moving parts, it is designed for safety especially when strength training seniors or those rehabilitating from injuries.

The safest way for seniors to strengthen muscles and bones and prevent injuries from falls, the new 2016 model 1 Rep Gym™ is the only isometric strength training machine with digital force measurements. This latest model is designed specifically for Seniors to safely and efficiently improve bone density, muscle mass and strength. A Dedicated Leg Press machine is the base model for performing a leg press or toe press exercise, which can be upgraded to the full 1 Rep Gym™ that includes a bench and attachments. All 10 major muscle groups can be exercised with this home gym that has no moving parts and takes mere seconds to change the configuration for each exercise.

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"We designed this machine from the ground up specifically with Seniors in mind since we know how important it is for Seniors to strengthen their legs, hips and joints. Since 1 in 3 Seniors will fall each year and many times will suffer life-threatening injuries from a fall, we made the machine very safe to use and very efficient for achieving rapid strength gains" says Shawn Bennett of Wellness Revolution International.

Isometric strength training has been around for decades, but only with a 1 Rep Gym™ can one measure with accuracy how much force is produced when exercising each muscle group. Measured Intensity Training™ was developed by Shawn over the past decade and thousands of training sessions with all ages and types of clients so that continuous strength and bone density gains can be achieved from one session to another.

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