To use a low row machine, sit down, grab the handles, and pull them towards your body, working your back muscles.
To use an abdominal machine, sit down, adjust the settings, and perform controlled movements by flexing your abdominal muscles for a core workout.
To use an Arc Trainer, step on, adjust settings, hold the handles, and enjoy a low-impact cardio workout with a smooth elliptical motion that engages both upper and lower body.
To use an assisted chin-up machine, adjust the weight, place your knees or feet on the platform, and pull yourself up, or press yourself up using the handles, targeting your upper body muscles.
To use a back extension machine, adjust the pad to your hip level, secure your feet, and slowly lower your upper body while keeping your back straight, targeting your lower back muscles.
To use a belt squat machine, put on the belt, stand on the platform, adjust the weight, and squat down, focusing on your leg muscles while avoiding pressure on your shoulders or back.
To do a bicep curl, stand with feet shoulder-width apart, hold dumbbells in your hands, and lift them towards your shoulders by bending your elbows, working your biceps.
To use a bike machine, sit on the seat, adjust the height and position, place your feet on the pedals, and start pedaling for a lower body-focused cardiovascular workout.
To use a cable machine, adjust the weight, grab the handle or attachment, and pull or push the cable to exercise different muscles.
To use a cable crossover machine, stand in the center, adjust the handles to desired height, grab the handles, and pull them towards the center of your body, engaging multiple muscle groups for a full-body workout.
To use a chest press machine, sit down, adjust the weight, place your hands on the handles, and push forward while extending your arms, targeting your chest muscles for a controlled and effective strength training workout.
Decline Chest Press
To use a decline chest press machine, sit down, adjust the settings, hold the handles, and push them away from your body to work your chest muscles.