Nortus manufactured of Dips – Chin Assist provides bi-angular action the true rowing pattern, self adjustable revolving hand-grips follows the body’s natural movement, designed to ensure correct body position during a “traditional” row. Adaptable to a variety of exercises for the back muscles, Incorporates unique non-slip molded rubber foot-pads. The revolving handles allow the user natural movement, higher seat offers users ingress. Manufactured chest pad provide greater upper body stabilization. All adjustment and weight stack easily accessible from seated position.
- Unilateral operation for balanced strength development.
- Dynamic variable resistance.
- Adjustable seat and chest support pad.
- Easy seat height adjustment.
- All adjustment and weight stack easily accessible from seated position.
- Posterior Deltoids
- Latissimus Dorsi
- Height – 68” (171 cm)
- Width – 54” (137 cm)
- Length – 62” (157 cm)
- Weight Stack – 150 Lbs. (68 Kg)
Dips – Chin Assist provide a back muscle and cardiovascular workout by increasing the heart rate. At the same time, exercise on a rowing machine works out all major muscle groups, including the arms and back, legs abdominal muscles. A Dips – Chin Assist machine is a piece of exercise equipment that simulates the action of rowing a boat. Rowing machines are available in a variety of designs and sizes to fit most spaces of commercial gym and budgets. The majority of gyms and fitness center include rowing machines in their line-up of workout gym equipment. Using a rowing machine exercise is one of the best workouts.
Dips – Chin Assist exercise offers a total body workout for the muscles. By selecting light weight stack resistance helps to tone muscles and by selecting heavier weight can help to build muscle mass. The pulling rowing motion works the back muscles, arms, abs and chest. The reverse pushing works muscles in the lower body, hips and legs. It is important to maintain proper posture and exercise form while rowing exercise and not place too much stress on any one part of the body to avoid injury while exercising.