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Body Master's new selectorized CX series is designed for users of all skill levels. Key features include light starting weights; high-impact pulley enclosure and weight stack guard; a guide rod-mounted five-pound increment weight system; quick, efficient learning curves and seat adjustments on polished slip tubing for smooth operation. Contact: Body Masters, P.O. Box 259, 700 E. Texas Ave., Rayne, LA 70578; phone: (800) 325-8964; fax: (337) 334-3799;
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The new Cybex Eagle line defines the next step in selectorized strength equipment. From the second-generation dual axis technology to the revolutionary abdominal machine to its sleek industrial design and Twist Select Increment weight system, Eagle addresses the needs and desires of the user and club operator alike. Contact: Cybex, 10 Trotter Drive, Medway, MA 02053; (774) 324-8102;
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HOIST Fitness Systems announced the latest innovation in its HD product line, the HD-1900 personal pulley system. The HD-1900 has a unique L-shaped corner design and small footprint, which will fit comfortably in any gym environment. The pulley system offers two independent proprietary Silent Steel graduated weight stacks, totaling 135 pounds each. An optional machined aluminum bar set enables the user the ability to complete bilateral and unilateral exercises on a single piece of equipment. Additionally, the pulley system offers 28 pulley positions, placed at 2 ½-inch increments, providing versatility. Contact: HOIST Fitness Systems; 9990 Empire St., Suite 130, San Diego, CA 92126; (800) 548-5438; fax: (800) 547-5439;
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FreeMotion Fitness Inc. produces the only complete circuit of three-dimensional training equipment available. Each piece operates as fixed isolated while enhancing core activation and stabilization. The space-saving, 16-piece circuit requires minimal to no adjustments to ensure safe, proper positioning. FreeMotion is easy to use; expands strength training to an untapped population; improves traffic flow; and increases member retention. Contact: FreeMotion Fitness Inc., 1096 Elkton Dr., Suite 600, Colorado Springs, CO 80907; (719) 955-1100 ext. 114; fax: (719) 955-1104;
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The newest units in Hammer Strength's Motion Technology Selectorized (MTS) line are the unique reciprocating leg right and the reciprocating leg left. Using dual weight stacks and the patented iso-lateral movement technology, the pieces require one leg to perform a leg extension while the other leg can simultaneously perform a leg curl, thereby challenging the quadriceps and hamstrings at the same time. Contact: Hammer Strength, 10601 W. Belmont Ave., Franklin Park, IL 6013; (800) 634-8637; fax: (847) 288-3796;
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Matrix Fitness Systems has introduced the MX-MS series multistation with dual-pulley pulldowns, rows and adjustable cable columns, along with four new selectorized pieces — the MX-S60 assist dip/chin, the MX-S76 rotary hip, the MX-S31 seated row and the MX-S77 calf press. All pieces feature ERGO FORM cushions, two-coat powder, color-coded pivots and water bottle and towel holders. Contact: Matrix Fitness Systems Inc., 1411 Broadway NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102; (505) 243-0560; fax: (505) 242-4725;
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The MedX EXL provides isolated core spine strengthening and a laser beam to the lumbar of biomechanically precise resistance over a full range of movement. The EXL patterns its pelvic restraint system after that used on the computerized MedX lumbar extension featured in clinical rehabilitation centers. This system isolates spine muscles by nullifying pelvic rotation. The EXL can be teamed with the MedX abdominal, rotary torso and the MedX stretch in a “Core Four” program of trunk stabilization. Contact: MedX, 1401 NE 77th St., Ocala, FL 34479; (352) 622-2112;
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