According to most dictionaries, hoist means to lift with the assistance of a mechanical device. Or at least, mimic the action made through body weight. And in a clever marketing move that the company can claim for itself, this is exactly what any Hoist fitness equipment does!
Hoist Range of Products
As a manufacturer of fitness equipment for 30 years, it is to be expected that the product range will be on the diverse, if not impressive, side. Fitness enthusiasts have many choices in fitness apparatus for strength training in all its aspects – weight, resistance, isometric and integrated.
The company’s official website classifies its fitness equipment into two user categories: consumer/home use and commercial/GSA use. Expectantly, the general dimensions for each category will differ as space consideration is an important factor in choosing gym equipment.
There are 8 product lines under the Hoist fitness equipment home category, namely, V Select Series, V-Core Gym, V-Rox, Gym, V Express Gym, V6 Personal Pulley Gym, Free weights, PTS Personal Training and H MultiStack Gyms. For users, this means choices from the simple flat bench (HF-4164) to the one-in-four multi-stack station (H-4400).
For the commercial range, there are 7 product lines, namely, ROC-IT, HD Series, HS Series, HMG MultiStations, CF Seroes, KL Series, and H MultiStack Gyms. It must be noted that the KL Series is targeted towards teens, with the intention of encouraging them to be fit at an early age.
With all these products made available to a fitness enthusiast, it’s time to “get hoisting” with Hoist fitness equipment!
When exercising, especially in strength training where muscles and joints are at greater risks of injury and stress, safety is always a prevalent concern. After all, you want to increase muscle size and strength but not at the expense of safety! It bears saying here that safety starts with the right equipment.
This must have been what the developers of Hoist equipment had in mind when developing their product lines. All of the equipments comply with the safety standards of the ASTM International as well as the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health/Fitness Facility Standards Guidelines.
Other features of the Hoist fitness equipment that ensure durability, function, safety and, well, beauty include but are not limited to:
– Patented weight system for smoother and quieter movements, be it in the hoisting of the cables or the changing of the weights.
– High quality hand grips, where applicable, for comfort and stability.
– Foot rests for user stability and support.
– Steel tubing for the body, aluminum for the bars, and rubber for the flooring.
– Body straps where necessary to ensure stability.
Also, instructional DVDs and user manuals are provided for the equipment purchased from the website and in other stores. Of course, the various types of equipment boasts of different dimensions, resistance and functions but each one has the guarantee of lifetime durability from the manufacturers.
By any other standards, the Hoist fitness equipment is an excellent choice for fitness enthusiasts, whether they are novices or experts in the field. So, “get hoisting” now and see the results in a leaner and meaner body.
Source by Mike Singh