The MAXPRO line is beautifully designed with styling lines inspired by products as varied as Italian sports cars, hoverboards, and even athletic shoes. This inspiration, combined with our team’s artistic vision, have created an extraordinarily simple and cool looking machine and accessories line that are strong, durable, and ready for the toughest workouts.
HEIGHT 5" | LENGTH 32.5" | WEIGHT 9 lbs
STRONG, DURABLE AND READY FOR THE TOUGHEST WORKOUTS
MAXPRO is a beautifully designed fitness machine inspired by products as varied as Italian sports cars, hoverboards, and athletic shoes. This inspiration, combined with our team’s artistic vision, has created a simple and cool looking product that is strong, durable and ready for the toughest workouts.
MAXPRO FOLDABLE BENCH
HEIGHT 17.5" | LENGTH 44.5" | WIDTH 12" | WEIGHT 34 LBS
The MAXPRO Foldable Bench expands the versatility and capability of what you can do with your MAXPRO— from bench presses and step-ups, to rows and lat pulls. Total weight-bearing capacity of 750lbs which includes the 300lb resistance capacity of the MAXPRO.
MAXPRO SLIMLINE WALL TRACK SYSTEM
HEIGHT 75.4" | LENGTH 44.5" | WIDTH 22" | WEIGHT 22 LBS
The strong and powerful design looks good on any wall, doesn’t take up any floor space, yet instantly turns any room into a gym! Precision engineered using high-strength extruded aluminum rails that mount directly to one wall stud. MAXPRO’s exclusive one-button up/down operation allows a smooth and quick transition from one exercise to the next in less than 3 seconds.
Eccentric and concentric training cause different regional hypertrophy?
Although eccentric-only and concentric-only strength training are now widely accepted to produce similar overall increases in muscle volume, they seem to produce different regional muscle growth.
Differences in regional muscle growth may be linked to the fact that eccentric-only strength training causes greater increases in fiber length, while concentric-only strength training causes greater increases in fiber diameter.
Eccentric only training may cause only slightly greater hypertrophy?
Whether eccentric-only strength training is superior to concentric-only strength training for increasing muscle size has been debated at length, without any meaningful resolution.
This new meta-analysis suggests that if there is a beneficial effect, then it is probably quite small.