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Lebert Equalizer

By: on April 30, 2015
$99 - $116.95
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Use the Lebert Equalizer to do pushups, pullups, dips, lunges, planks. Use it on the incline, use it on the decline, use it on the road. Grab the simple set of arced bars and rip out your whole body solo, or partner up for team total body domination.

Hey, Beavis, think when that one chick gets, like, to the bottom of her pushup and the other chick gets to the top of her pullup they'll, like, make out? Heh-heh, heh-heh.

The Lebert Equalizer is a multi-purpose piece of strength training equipment designed to work the arms, chest, back and core muscles until they scream like a goat on YouTube. Depending on no more than body weight as resistance, the 28-1/2" high x 25" wide bars can be used independently or together, and upright or on their sides. For those not yet able to swing the perfect "inverted plank" thrown in my face by the dude in one of the above photos, the Lebert Equalizer's design supports "self-spotting", or using your own legs to lessen body weight resistance and provide additional support during a move.

In addition to their portability and minimal space requirements for storage, the Equalizer bars also simplify workouts by consolidating all exercises to a single machine that requires no weight stack adjustments or significant alterations between them. Each weighs 8 pounds, and the system has been tested to support up to 400 pounds of body weight.

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