To use the Flat Bench, pull the lever under the seat to adjust angle of backrest
Assist Din Chin
To use an assisted chin-up machine, adjust the weight, place your knees or feet on the platform, and pull yourself up using the handles, targeting your upper body muscles.
Pectoral Fly/ Rear Deltoid
To use a pectoral fly/rear deltoid machine, sit down, adjust the handles, hold them with your hands, and either bring them together in front of your chest or push them back to work your chest or rear shoulder muscles.
To use a row machine, sit down, secure your feet, and pull the handle towards your chest while pushing back with your legs, engaging your entire body for an effective workout.
Duel Adjustable Pulley
To use a dual adjustable pulley, stand in the middle, select the weight, grab the handles, and adjust the pulleys to perform various exercises, making it easy to customize your strength training for different muscles.
To use a row machine, sit on the seat, secure your feet, grab the handle, and pull it towards your body while extending your legs, simulating rowing and working your upper body, core, and lower 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 power tower, grab the horizontal bars or handles, position your body in a straight or bent position, and perform exercises like pull-ups, dips, or leg raises to work various muscle groups and build strength.
To use a cable machine, adjust the weight, grab the handle or attachment, and pull or push the cable to exercise different muscles.
Duel Pulley Row
To use a dual pulley row machine, sit down, grab the handles, and pull them towards you to work your back muscles.
To use a low row machine, sit down, grab the handles, and pull them towards your body, working your back muscles.
To use a lat pulldown machine, sit down, adjust the weight, grab the bar with an overhand grip, and pull it down towards your chest, targeting your back muscles for a strength-building workout.