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Power Plus Tes 1000 Multi Exercise System

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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Power Plus TES 1000 Fitness System is a complete nautilus weight machine for individuals who use a wheelchair. It can be used for Rehabilitation Hospitals, Health Clubs, Sports Medicine and Home; and is ideal in that it can be used by both wheelchair users and non-wheelchair users, from chronic care type patients to the sports enthusiasts. It has a five pin select weight stacks that surround the user with pulleys arranged to allow a wide variety of exercises that are important for illness or injury recovery. The system provides workouts for all parts of the body including chest, arms, shoulders, neck, upper and lower back, abdominals and legs. It has the same wheelchair and user lock down safety features with wheelchair stops to prevent tipping, hook straps for stabilization and wheelchair slides for user adjustment. Each weight stack has a Counter Weight Balance allowing every exercise and functional movement pattern to originate as low as one pound resistance. The frame is made of heavy duty 12 gauge steel and the cable is caoted with a heavy duty nylon. With an overhead lat bar and a high, middle and low pulley system, the 1000 is good for body building, toning, conditioning or therapy. OPTIONS: The Power Plus Leg Curl/Leg Extension combo bench will attach to the exterior of the frame for additional leg exercises. It is available for $425.00. DIMENSIONS: (HxWxD) 86.5 x 40 x 60 inches. WEIGHT: 350 pounds, Shipping weight 425 pounds. COLOR: Frame is silver gray. WARRANTY: Limited lifetime.

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