Being in a wheelchair often causes permanent changes in strength, sensation and other body functions. The effects of this can be alleviated with exercise and physical activity. Exercise also reduces the risk of developing other chronic health problems such as:

  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes

The Equalizer 6000 multi-gym from Cyclone, designed by a paraplegic, can help avoid these conditions and provide other health benefits.

Carry out a range of exercises from your wheelchair

Although designed for the home, it is also ideal for institutions with its heavy-duty steel construction. It allows the user to carry out an extensive range of exercises from their wheelchair, including:

  • Rowing
  • Bench Presses
  • Vertical Butterflies
  • Lat Pulldowns

Each arm works independently and is adjustable for height and width. At just 42” wide and 42” long it is incredibly compact and can be dismantled to fit through most doors.

Effective, compact multi-gyms made from Heavy-Duty Steel

Designed by a paraplegic, the Equalizer 6000 is one of the simplest, yet most effective multi-gyms in the world. It offers the same functionality of a standard gym for both disabled and able-bodied users. This compact multi-gym allows users to perform an extensive range of exercises, from rowing and bench presses, to vertical butterflies and lat pulldowns; all from your wheelchair. Although designed for the home, it is also ideal for institutions where space is limited and offers unrivalled performance and reliability. The Equalizer 6000 is incredibly compact, measuring just 42″ wide by 42″ long and can also be dismantled to fit through most doors.

Precision made, the Equalizer 6000 is smooth and silent and boasts the following features:

  • Each arm works independently
  • Adjustable height and width for each arm
  • Removable rolling stool
  • Fully adjustable press arms
  • Fully adjustable backrest for either deep or shallow bench presses
  • Chest pad to stabilise upper torso
  • Wide grip
  • Narrow grip
  • Reverse grip
  • ‘S’ hooks
  • Padded wrist cuffs for comfort
  • Bicep curls
  • Reverse curls
  •  ‘S’ hooks attach to end of cable
  • Hip kicks

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