Weider VICTORY POWERMAX V 70293 User manual

Weider VICTORY POWERMAX V 70293 User manual
 SERIAL NUMBER
DECAL
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT:
286 LBS.
APPROXIMATE SET UP DIMENSIONS:
59"L X 47"W X 76"H
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents д” ИИ | 1
Important Safety Precautions LA Ш 1
Introduction i п | | | | | „2
Maintenance .- | I 3
Ordering Parts 4
Part List | | >6 ___
Cable Routing | 20
Assembiy Steps 7-27
How to use your Home Gym | | 28-29
Conditioning Guidelines . | 30-31
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the important safety
precautions before using this equipment.
CAUTION: DO NOT ASSEMBLE OR USE THIS EQUIPMENT ON A NON-MAR SURFACE.
1. Read all instructions in this manual before using this equipment.
_ 2. Use this equipment only as described in this Assembly Manual.
3. Position the Home Gym on a level surface.
4. Inspect and tighten all parts each time this equipment is used. Replace any worn parts immediately.
5. Always hold the handle bars when exercising.
6. Keep hands away from moving parts other than the designated handles.
7.. Keep small children away from this equipment during use.
8. Do not allow small children to play on this equipment unattended.
9. Wear appropriate workout attire, including running or aerobic shoes. °
WARNING: Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your
physician. This is especially important for individuals over the age of
35 or persons with pre-existing health problems. : Read alt instructions
before using. Weider assumes no responsibility for pérsonal injury or
property damage sustained by or through the use of this рРоНЧе.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the WEIDER VICTORY POWER MAX V. Your home gym is designed and engineered to
give you many hours of weight and aerobic conditioning.
This manual is provided to help you understand the simple assembly, adjustments, and use of the Home Gym. In
addition to assembly instructions it also contains maintenance tips and parts information.
Please take the time to read all the information contained in this manual and after assembly i is completed keep it
for future reference.
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AB FLEX STATION
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ARM PRESS STATION
STEPPER STATION LEG EXTENSION
WEIGHT STACK
MAINTENANCE TIPS
Keeping your WEIDER. VICTORY POWER MAX V in good condition will help insure you many hours of safe,
enjoyable exercise. ‘Following an easy maintenance routine will prevent premature wear and unnecessary parts
replacement.
1. Check fasteners, nuts, bolts, and caps to see that they are tight and fitted properly.
2. Lubricate all moving paris frequently to keep handles and other parts moving smoothly and eliminate squeaks
and excessive noise.
3. Painted surfaces can be cleaned with a soft cloth and mild, non-abrasive detergent.
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UNPACKING TIPS:
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e To avoid losing small parts during the unpacking process we sugges! that you remove and
unwrap one part at a time and discard:the paper wrapping in the lid of the box.
e Do not discard packing material until the gym is completely assembled. If you are missing a
part, it may have gotten mixed up with the wrapping paper.
® Lay each unwrapped part to the side so you can easily see each part for ease of identification
as you do your assembly. |
e Lay the nuts, bolts, washers, etc. in groups of like sizes and lengths. Putting these inside the
carton bottom would be a good place to hold them to avoid losing parts. You can also write
the sizes below each group to help you identify them quicker.
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY
1. Two adjustable crescent wrenches or a combination of 1/2" and 9/16"
box end wrenches
2. Phillips Screwdriver
3. Flat Blade Screwdriver
4. Hammer
MAINTENANCE
® To insure that your fitness equipment functions at
peak efficiency and to reduce drag and wear on
components, it is essential that pulieys, hinges. guide
rods and other moving parts be properly ubricated
and maintained. You will see throughout the
assembly manual the symbol to the right.
e After you have completed the assembly of this
product, you should lubricate all the indicated areas
efore using. In the future you should lubricate these
areas at least once a month. The guide rods and
guide wheels should be lubricated weekly as they will
- be more inclined to have the oil wiped'away.® ~~
‚© Use a household type light weight oil as a lubricant.
Most household light weight oil can be purchased in
any hardware department. |
LUBRICATE
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ORDERING PARTS
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Name of the Product (VICTORY POWERMAX V)
Model Number of the Product (70293)
Ordering Number of the Part (See Parts List Page)
Description of the Part from the Parts List Page.
5. Country of the Manufacturer (See Cover)
THE SAME INFORMATION 1S REQUIRED WHEN PLACING YOUR ORDER BY MAIL.
If you need parts or assistance do not return this product to the store, simply contact WEIDER
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE at 1-800-225-0653 Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST.
All parts and service inquiries should be directed to: WEIDER SPORTING GOODS, Parts
Service Department, . 900-West ST. John Street, Olney lilinois. 62450.
70293 PART LIST
DIAGRAM NO. |PART NAME QTY ORDERING NO
4 |BASE FRAME 4 C4277-G32°G32
2 ARM PRESS UPRIGHT 1 С1277-632*632
3 REAR BASE TUBE 1 C4278-G32*G32
4 STEPPER UPRIGHT A C1278-G32*G32
5 STRAP BRACE 1 C7775-G32*G32
6 STEPPER PEDAL 2 C3220-F29*G32
7 BASE PULLEY BRACKET 4 C6280-F68*G32
8 SUPPORT BRACE 1 C6281-F68*G32
9 GUIDE ROD 2 C6841-F67*G32
10 WEIGHT PLATE - 12,5 LB. 10 BB-0325*G32
4 SELECTOR TUBE 1 C6384-F29*G32
12 TOP FRAME 1 C4279-G32*G32
13 BACKREST _ 1 C1443-G32*G32
14 SEAT FRAME 1 C4158-F68*G32
15 SEAT MOUNTING BRACKET 2 C6779-F29*G32
16 SEAT 1 C1444-G32*G32
“18 FOAM ROLLER - 3 1/4" X 7" X 3/4" 4 C0443-E02*G32
49 LEG EXTENSION 4 C4159-F68*G32
21 PLASTIC PEDAL TREADS 2 AA-8195*G32
22 PAD BAR - 3/4" X 15 1/2" 2 C6316-E01*G32
23 4" LONG HALF ROUND PLASTIC PIVOT BUSHING 2 AA-8242*G32
24 ARM PRESS PIVOT FRAME 1 “ C4160-F68*G32
26 ARM PRESS ARM 2 C4280-G32*G32
27 FOAM ROLLER - 33/4" X 10" X 17/8" LD. 2 C0489-G32*G32
29 PLASTIC HAND GRIP - 4" 1.D.X5" 8 AA-8255*G32
30 RESISTANCE CYLINDER 2 ZZ-0004*G32
31 CYLINDER MOUNTING BRACKET 2 C7776-G32*G32
32 LAT CABLE - 127" | 1 C6658-F67*G32
33 PULLEY - 4 1/2" 4 AA:8122*G32
34 PULLEY - 3 1/2" 6 AA-8133*G32
35 2" Х 3 1/2" LONG PULLEY PIVOT BRACKET 1 C7723-F68*G32
36 3" "L* CABLE TRAP BRACKET 4 C7724-F68*G32
37 3 1/2" LONG "U” BRACKET 2 © C7725-F68°G32
38 4" LONG ARM PRESS PIVOT BRACKET 2 C7726-F68*G32
3% -|3”.LONG"U" PULLEY BRACKET 1 C7727-F68*G32
40 |WEIGHT STACK CABLE - 88" 1 “ C6659-F67*G32
41 |PLASTIC GUIDE BRACKET 1 — AA-8241"632
42 5 3/4" LONG FLAT DUAL CABLE CONNECTOR BRACKET 2 C7728-F68*G32
43 2
” IDIPARM | .
C4281-G32*G32
70293 PARTLIST
DIAGRAM NO.
PART NAME QTY ORDERING NO
44 DIP HANDLE 2 C7332-G32*G32
45 SMALL ARM PAD 2 C1445-G32*G32
46 DIP STATION BACKREST 1 C1446-G32"G32
47 ARM PRESS CAP 1 C6283-F68*G32
49 5/16" X 2" EYE-BOLT 1 HH-5344*G32
50 5/16" FLAT WASHER 21 HH-5127*G32
51 5/16” NYLON LOCK NUT 33 HH-5012*G32
52 5/16" X 2 1/4" HEX HEAD BOLT 3 HH-5199*G32
53 5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAB BOLT 11 HH-5058*G32
54 5/16" X 2 1/2" HEX HEAD BOLT 2 HH-5053*G32
55 5/16" X 1 1/2" HEX HEAD BOLT 4 HH-5312*G32
56 5/16” X 2 3/4” CARRIAGE BOLT ‚3. HH-5521*G32
57 5/16" X 3" HEX HEAD BOLT 1 HH-5167*G32
58 5/16" X 2" HEX HEAD BOLT 3 HH-5054*G32
60 5/16" X 3 1/4" HEX HEAD BOLT 1 HH-5297*G32
61 5/16" X 3 1/2" HEX HEAD BOLT 1 HH-5294*G32
62 3/8" FLAT WASHER 5 HH-5265*G32
63 3/8" NYLON LOCK NUT 10 HH-5088*G32
65 3/8” X 1 3/4? HEX HEAD BOLT 8 HH-5308*G32
68 3/8" X 2 3/4 HEX HEAD BOLT я HH-5238*G32
69 3/8" Х 3 1/2” HEX HEAD BOLT 1 HH-5062*G32
70 1/4" FLAT WASHER 10 - HH-5048*G32
71 1/4" NYLON LOCK NUT 6 HH-5011*G32
72 1/4" X 2 1/2" ROUND HEAD SCREW 4 HH-5044*G32
73 1/4" X 2” CARRIAGE BOLT 2 HH-5338*G32
74 1/4” X 3/4" ROUND HEAD SCREW 8 HH-5022*G32
75 4/4" X 2" ROUND HEAD SCREW 4 HH-5256*G32
77 5/16" X 2 1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT 3 HH-5324*G32
78 "L* LOCKING PIN 2 WW-7075*G32
79 1/2" LONG SELF TAPPING PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW 2 HH-5448*G32
80 2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 2 AA-8002*G32
81 2" SQUARE RUBBER COVER CAP 2 AA-8221*G32
82 1" ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP 4 HH-5348*G32
83 1 1/4" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 1 AA-8069°G32
84 1 1/2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 4 AA-8001*G32
85 3/4" ROUND PLASTIC INSERT CAP 4 AA-8004*F32
86 1 3/4" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 6 AA-8006*F32
87 1" ROUND PLASTIC INSERT CAP 4 AA-8005*G32
88 5/8" ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP 2 HH-5357*632
70293 PART LIST
DIAGRAM NO. |PART NAME QTY | ORDERING NO
89 . |516"X 6" HEX HEAD BOLT 1 HH-5535*632
90 12" 6.D.X 3/4" LONG METAL SPACER _ 2 HH-5259*G32
91 1" LONG METAL BUSHING - 1/2" O.D. 4 “HH-5491*G32
92 1/2" LONG METAL SPACER - 1/2" O.D. a - HH-5346*G32
94 1/2" O.D. X 3/8" LONG METAL SPACER 2 HH-5530*G32
95 [1 1/2" SQUARE PIVOT BUSHING 4 AA-8203*G32
96 1” SPRING RETAINER RING 6 HH-5423*G32
97 1" LONG PLASTIC SLEEVE - 5/16" LD. 1 AA-8243"G32
98 LARGE ROUND RUBBER WASHER 2 AA-8124*G32
99 IRUBBER SELECTOR TUBE END PLUG 1 — AA-8123"632
100 ‘|WEIGHT SELECTOR PIN 1 WW-7013*G32
101 THREADED PLASTIC KNOB - 3/8" 2. HH-5341*G32
102 © |i" SPRING RETAINER RING 2 HH-5422*G32
103 5/8" 1.D. X 1 5/8" FLAIR END PLASTIC BUSHING 2 AA-8148*G32
405 "6" НООК 2: WW-7055*G32
106 |LATBAR 1 C6831-F32*G32
107 LEG STRAP / ARM CURL HANDLE 1 - EE-0075*G32
108 LINKING CHAIN - 12" я WW-7072*G32
110 THREADED PLASTIC KNOB - 5/16" 1 HH-5400*G32
1" LATCH HOOK | 1 : WW-7042*G32
120 POWER MAX TOP MAST DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
424 STATION 1 DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
122 |STATION 3 DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
423 |WEIGHT PLATE DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
124 RESISTANCE SCALE DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*632
125 |POWER STACK DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
“426 [STATION 2 DECAL 1 SET DE-4448*G32
— ASSEMBLY MANUAL 1 CNN-1286*G32
WALL CHART 1 CNN-1269*G32
HARDWARE BAG STEP1-2-3-4 4 C8858-G32*G32
HARDWARE BAG STEP5-6-7 — 1 C8859-G32*G32
HARDWARE BAG STEP 8 -9-10 1
C8860-G32*G32
WEIDER SPORTING GOODS
PART NAME aTY
50 5/16” FLAT WASHER 3
51 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT 8
53 — 5/16" Х 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT 2
55_ 5/16" X 4 4/2” HEX HEAD BOLT 1 ;
56 5/16" X 2 3/4" CARRIAGE BOLT 2
58 5/16" X 2" HEX HEAD BOLT A
77 5M6” X 2 1/2” CARRIAGE BOLT 2
80 2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 1
81_ 2" SQUARE RUBBER COVER CAP 2
83_ 1 1/4" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 1
97 1" LONG PLASTIC SLEEVE | A 7
[J Cap the front end of the BASE FRAME (1) with a 2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP (80).
LJ Cap the end of the Welded Stopper Tube on the ARM PRESS UPRIGHT (2) with a 1 1/4” SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT
CAP (83).
[J With the BASE FRAME (1) oriented so the welded plate at the front of the Base wil be to thé ground when assembled,
fasten the ARM PRESS UPRIGHT (2) to the front section of the Base with two 5/16" X 2 1/2" CARRIAGE BOLTS (77)
and 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUTS (51). Note that the UPRIGHT (2) should tilt back toward the rear of the Base when
assembled.
[1 Select the 2 SQUARE X 42" LONG REAR BASE TUBE (3).
Г) Cap each end of the REAR BASE TUBE (3) with a 2" SQUARE RUBBER COVER CAP (81).
[} Position the REAR BASE TUBE (3) into the "L" bracket of the BASE FRAME (1) so the longest section of the REAR
BASE TUBE (3) is to the right (as you face the front of the unit). Bolt up through the Rear Base Tube and Bracket with
5/16" X 2 3/4" CARRIAGE BOLTS (56). |
L) sit the STEPPER UPRIGHT (4) over the Bolts so the Plate at the top of the Upright slants upward from the back to the
front. o
LJ Boltthe BASE FRAME (1) and UPRIGHT (4) securely with 5/16” NYLON LOCK NUTS (51).
[} Locate the BASE PULLEY BRACKET (7) with pre-assembled Pulley. (This is а flat plate 2" X 6" with two holes at one
end and a single hole at the other.) Assemble this Bracket to the right side of the BASE FRAME (1) with two 5/16" X 2
3/4" HEX HEAD BOLTS (53). Secure with 5/16" FLAT WASHERS (50) and 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUTS (51).
[J
Remove the STATION 1 DECAL (121) from the backing sheet and position the Decal to the front of the ARM PRESS
UPRIGHT (2) below the Welded Stopper Tube. : : :
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[] To the welded
Stopper Tube on
the front of the
ARM PRESS
UPRIGHT (2), bolt
the SUPPORT
BRACE (8) by
assembling a 5/16"
FLAT WASHER
(50) onto a 5/16" X
2” HEX HEAD
BOLT (58) and
bolting up through
the Welded
Stopper Tube and
then into the hole
in the back of the
Support. - -Secure
with a 5/16"
NYLON LOCK
NUT (51).
Insert a 5/16" X 1-
1/2" HEX HEAD
BOLT (55) up
through the center
hole in the
SUPPORT
BRACE (8). Slip a
BE LONG
PLASTIC SLEEVE
(97) over the Bolt
and secure with a
5/16" NYLON
LOCK NUT (51).
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WELDED
STOPPER
TUBE
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STEP 2
PART NAME
3
5/16" FLAT WASHER
51
5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
53
5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
55
5/16" Х 1 1/2” HEX HEAD BOLT
62
3/8" FLAT WASHER
77
5/16" X 2 1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT
79
1/2" LONG SELF TAPPING SCREW
82
1” ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP
5/8" ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP
95
1 1/2" SQUARE PIVOT BUSHING
96
- 1" SPRING RETAINER RING
101 THREADED KNOB
102 5/8" SPRING RETAINER RING
103 5/8" 1.D.X 1 5/8" FLAIR END BUSHING
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[О] Attach the diagonal STRAP BRACE (5)
to the top of the REAR BASE TUBE (3)
by bolting with a 5/16" X 2 1/2"
CARRIAGE BOLT: (77) up through the
bottom of the Base Tube and then
through the Strap Brace. Fasten with a
5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT (51).
[] Attach the top end of the STRAP
BRACE (5) to the STEPPER UPRIGHT
(4) using a 5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD
BOLT (53) to bolt through the Brace and
then through the Stepper Upright
Secure with a 5/16" FLAT WASHER
(50), and 5/16” NYLON LOCK NUT (51).
[] mset 4 12° SQUARE PIVOT
BUSHINGS (95) info the end of the
STEPPER PEDALS (6).
[1 Slide the STEPPER PEDALS (6) onto
the 1" Stepper Pivot Tube at the base of
the STEPPER UPRIGHT (4). Note that
the - Pedals should be assembled to the
side of the UPRIGHT (4) opposite the
STRAP BRACE (5) and the series of
holes in each of the PEDALS (6) should
be to the inside.
[J using a 1" ROUND PLASTIC COVER
CAPS (82) as an aid, drive a 1" SPRING
RETAINER RING (96) onto the Pivot
Tube to secure the PEDALS (6) in place.
Note that the teeth in the Spring
Retainers are tilted slightly to one side.
The teeth should be away from the Pivot
Tube as it is driven on. Tap In place with
a hammer.
[_] Attach the molded PLASTIC PEDAL
TREADS (21) to the top of the
STEPPER PEDALS (6) with 1/2" LONG
SELF TAPPING PHILLIPS HEAD
SCREWS (79).
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() Fit a 5/8” LD: X 1 5/8"
FLAIR END PLASTIC
BUSHING (103) onto
the 5/8" Shock Pivot
Tube on the Stepper — 122
Upright E Lu”
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L] Side a RESISTANCE.“
CYLINDER (30) over \ |
the Shock Pivot Tube | a.
and secure in place DETAIL A SHOCK
with a 5/8” SPRING TUBE
RETAINER RING 403
(102). Again the teeth
of the Retainer Ring
should be positioned
outward and use the
5/8” ROUND
- PLASTIC COVER
CAP (88) as an aid to
help secure the
Retainer Ring in place.
Tap this Cap &
Retainer Ring on using
a hammer. (SEE
DETAIL A)
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[] To the bottom endi of
the RESISTANCE
CYLINDERS — (30),
aftach the CYLINDER
MOUNTING |
BRACKET (31) with a
5/16" X 1 4/2" HEX
HEAD BOLT (55) and
5/16" NYLON LOCK
NUT (51). :
L] Remove the
STEPPER STATION
DECAL (122) from the
backing sheet and
apply to the STEPPER
UPRIGHT (4) on the
Stepper side of the
Upright Frame.
[3 Remove the
- RESISTANCE SCALE
DECALS (124) from 55
the backing sheet and
attach the Decals to
the - STEPPER
PEDALS (6) : along
side of the resistance
holes so that the
lightest setting: (1) Is
aligned with the first
hole and the scale
reads from front to
back.
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[J Insert the boit on the
CYLINDER
MOUNTING
BRACKET (31) into
one of the holes in
the STEPPER
PEDALS (6) and
secure in place with
a 3/8" FLAT
WASHER (62) and a
THREADED KNOB
(101).
» NOTE: There are
seven hole locations
in the STEPPER
PEDALS (6). The
Stepper resistance
increases as the
Cylinder is moved
toward the end of the
Pedal.
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STEP 3 WEIGHT STACK ASSEMBLY
[PART NAME ary |
[98 LARGE ROUND RUBBER WASHER 2 |
{99 RUBBER SELECTOR TUBE END PLUG 1 |
[100 WEIGHT SELECTOR PIN 1 |
[1 Orient the GUIDE RODS (9) so that the bolt hole at the end of each Guide Rod is to the top. Insert the Guide Rods into the
Guide Rod Plate welded atop the BASE FRAME (1).
UL] Side a LARGE ROUND RUBBER WASHER (98) down over each Guide Rod and position atop the Plate.
|] Working with one WEIGHT PLATE (10) at a time, stack nine Weight Plates onto the GUIDE RODS (9) so the Pinning
Access Slot in the Weight Plate is down and to the front. Once the stack is complete, check again to make sure all Plates
are positioned properly.
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Press the pointed
RUBBER
SELECTOR TUBE
END PLUG (99)
into the bottom end
of the SELECTOR
TUBE (11) and
insert the Selector
Tube into the
center hole of the
WEIGHT PLATES
(10). Tum the
Selector Tube so
that the Roll Pin
sits info the groove
in the top Weight
Plate.
Finally, assemble
the last WEIGHT
We ‘PLATE (10). down.
onto the Weight
stack ..so the
SELECTOR TUBE
(11) comes up
through the center
. hole.
Insert the WEIGHT
SELECTOR PIN
(100) into the
Weight Stack at the
‚bottom Plate until
assembly is
- complete and the
— been adjusted for:
Cable system has
proper tensioning.
Remove the
WEIGHT PLATE
DECALS (123)
from the backing
sheet and affix to
the edge of the
WEIGHT ‘PLATES
(10) just to the side
of the - WEIGHT
SELECTOR PIN *
(100) hole: Decals
should: “progress
from “the : lightest
‘- Weight on the top
Plate to. the.
heaviest Weight at."
the bottom.
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STEP 4 TOP FRAME ASSEMBLY
PARTNAME | ату 12
50
5/16" FLAT WASHER
51
5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
90 / 90
53
5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
80
2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP
5/16” X 6" HEX HEAD BOLT
1/2" X 3/4" METAL SPACER
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[1 cap the one end of | 9
89 | \ A |*
the TOP FRAME
(12) with a 2"
PLASTIC INSERT ` PULLEY
CAPS (80). 53 53 BRACKET
/
Position the TOP 50 N 50 E A
FRAME (12) atop 50 Do
the UPRIGHTS (2) = / 50
& (4) so the welded = 4 3
Pulley Bracket is
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up and the slotted и о 0 7 [ 7 50
> 89
53
end of the Frame is 12 и 51 )
forward. | 90
Bolt down through 8. о SNS Ty г TTS -k
the holes in the _ |
rear of the TOP 51° |
FRAME (12) and > a
into the bracket : :
atop the STEPPER | T /
UPRIGHT (4) with
5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX ll | 51 ol 51
HEAD BOLTS (53) О
and 516" FLAT o
WASHERS (50). 9 9 0 д
Fasten with 5/16" ;
NYLON — LOCK 2 NY
N A
NUTS. (61) (Do /
not tighten 0 Ä
completely at this |
time.) |
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Again bolt down through the TOP FRAME (12) and into the Plate at the top of the ARM PRESS UPRIGHT (2) with two
more 5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLTS (53) and 5/16" FLAT WASHERS (50). Secure with 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUTS
(51) but do not tighten. | -
Next bolt down through the TOP FRAME (12) again and into the SUPPORT BRACE (8) at the front of the ARM PRESS
UPRIGHT (2) with another 5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT (53) and 5/16" FLAT WASHER (50). Assemble a 5/16"
NYLON LOCK NUT (51) and tighten this and the other Upright assembly bolts tightly. :
Position the GUIDE RODS (9) at the hole location behind the Welded Pulley Bracket at the top of the TOP FRAME (12).
Using a 5/16" X 6" HEX HEAD BOLT (89), bolt through the first Guide Rod. Then assemble a 1/2" X 3/4" METAL
SPACER (90) onto the Bolt and then continue to bolt now through the TOP FRAME (12). Assemble another 1/2" X 3/4"
METAL SPACER (90) onto the Bolt and then bolt through the second Guide Rod. Fasten with a 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
(51).
Remove the POWER MAX TOP MAST DECAL (120) from the backing sheet and position the Decal to the side of the TOP
FRAME (12) in front of the Welded Pullsy Bracket. - м to т
STEP 5 BACKREST & SEAT ASSEMBLY
PART NAME
3
5/16" X 2 3/4” CARRIAGE BOLT
70
1/4" FLAT WASHER
71
1/4" NYLON LOCK NUT
72
1/4" X 2 1/2" ROUND HEAD SCREW
73
1/4" X 2" CARRIAGE BOLT °
74
1/4" Х 3/4" ROUND HEAD SCREW
84
1 1/2" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP
110 5/16” THREADED PLASTIC KNOB
- | [NINN [|=
[1 Assemble the BACKREST (13) fo the
ARM PRESS UPRIGHT (2) by bolting
through the back of the Upright and
into the Backrest with 1/4” X 2 1/2"
ROUND HEAD SCREWS (72) and
1/4" FLAT WASHERS (70).
Orient the SEAT FRAME (14) so that
the end of the tube tums upward. Fit
the bracket. of the Seat Frame around
the ARM PRESS UPRIGHT (2) and
set the slot in the Seat Frame over the
pin in the Upright. Insert a 5116" X 2
3/4” CARRIAGE BOLT (56) through '
the Seat Bracket and Upright and
secure with a 5/16" THREADED
PLASTIC KNOB (110). Cap the end
of the SEAT FRAME (14) with a 1 1/2"
SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP
(84).
Attach the SEAT MOUNTING
BRACKETS (15) (These are flat
brackets 2" X 6" with two round holes
and a square hole in the center) to the
top side of the SEAT FRAME (14) by
bolting down through the Mounting
Brackets and through the Seat Frame
with 1/4" X 2° CARRIAGE BOLTS.
(73). Fasten in place with 1/4™ FLAT
WASHERS (70) and 1/4 NYLON
LOCK NUTS (71). Do not tighten at
this time.
MOUNTING BRACKETS (15) so the
wide end of the Seat is to the front of
the unit. Assemble up through the
Brackets and into the bottom of the
Locate the SEAT (16) over the SEAT |
Seat with 1/4" X 3/4" ROUND HEAD -
SCREWS (74). Now tighten the
Carriage Bolts holding the Brackets.
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STEP 6 LEG EXTENSION ASSEMBLY .
3 1/4" EVE-BOLT
5/16” FLAT WASHER
51
—_5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
PART NAME Qry
2 ||
50
52
5/18" X 2 1/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
84
1 1/2” SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP
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3/4” ROUND PLASTIC INSERT CAP |
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[J Press a 3/4" ROUND INSERT CAP (85) into the ends of the two 3/4" X 15 1/2" LONG PAD BARS (22). Wipe a small
amount of liquid dish detergent along the length of the Pad Bar. This will help in the assembly of the Foam Rollers. When
the detergent dries, it will also act an an adhesive. Insert each of the Pad Bars into a 3 1/14" X 7" FOAM ROLLER (18).
L] Insert one PAD BAR (22) Assembly into the larger access hole at the end of the SEAT FRAME (14) and slide on a second
31/4" X 7" FOAM ROLLER (18).
Cap the bottom end of the LEG EXTENSION (19) with a 1 12" SQUARE PLASTIC CAP (84) and bolt the LEG
EXTENSION (19) to the bolt hole location at the end of the SEAT FRAME (14) with a 5/16" X 2 1/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
(52). Secure with a 5/16” NYLON LOCK NUT (51). Do not over tighten so that the Leg Extension will be able to swing
freely.
insert the other PAD BAR (22) Assembly into the bottom section of the LEG EXTENSION (19) and slide on another 3 1/4"
X 7" FOAM ROLLER (18).
Bolt a 2" EYE-BOLT (49) into the back side of the lower portion of the LEG EXTENSION (19). Assemble 8 5/16" FLAT
WASHER (50) onto the bolt and fasten with a 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT (51). |
STEP 7 ARM PRESS ASSEMBLY
1” 1.D. SPRING RETAINER RING
PART NAME QTY
23 4" LONG HALF ROUND PLASTIC PIVOT BUSHING 2
71 1/4” NYLON LOCK NUT 4
74 1/4" X 3/4” ROUND HEAD SCREW 4
82 _ 1" ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP 2
86 1 3/4" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP 6
87 1" ROUND PLASTIC INSERT CAP 2
96 4
Г] Cap each end of the bottom
Cross Member Tube of the
ARM PRESS PIVOT
BRACKET (24) with 1 3/4"
SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT
CAPS (86).
L] Capthe top of the Pivot Tubes
with 1” ROUND PLASTIC
INSERT CAPS (87).
L] Fita 4" LONG HALF ROUND
PLASTIC PIVOT BUSHING
(23) into the ARM PRESS
PIVOT FRAME (24).
Assemble this around the
round tube welded between
the Arm Press Frame.
Position a second PIVOT
BUSHING (23) around the
tube.
[] Place the ARM PRESS CAP
(47) on top of the ARM
PRESS PIVOT FRAME (24).
Align the bolt holes in the Arm
Press Cap with the bolt holes
in the plate welded to the top
side of the TOP FRAME (12).
LJ Bott the assembly to the TOP
- FRAME (12) with four 1/4" X
3/4" ROUND HEAD SCREWS
(74) by bolting down through
the top of the ARM PRESS
CAP (47) and then through the
bolt holes in the welded plate
~ on the Top Frame. Secure
with 1/4 NYLON LOCK
NUTS (71).
[J Remove the POWER STACK
DECAL (125) from the
backing sheet and position the
Decal to the front of the Cross
Tube onthe ARM PRESS ‘
PIVOT FRAME (24).
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CROSS MEMBER TUBE
74
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L] Cap each end of the ARM PRESS ARMS (26) with:1 3/4" SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAPS (86).
L] Press the ARM PRESS ARMS (26) onto the 1" Pivot Tubes welded in the ARM PRESS PIVOT FRAME (24) .
[J Secure the ARM PRESS ARMS (26) onto the Pivot Tube with two 1" 1.D. SPRING RETAINER RINGS (96) and cap the tube
end with a 1" ROUND PLASTIC COVER CAP (82). | -
» NOTE: The Spring
Clips are made so that
the teeth tilt to one side.
Align the clips so the
teeth are pointed down.
. The 1" Cover Cap can
be used to help drive
the clips onto the Pivot
Tube. Align the clips | `
“and cap with the tube 12 >
end and lightly drive the a |
assembly in place with LU BRICATE `
the aid of a hammer. — - —
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6 PIVOT TUBE
77
WELDED 96<— a.
PIVOT TUBE a
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STEPS CABLE ASSEMBLIES
PART NAME
3
4 1/2” PULLEY
3 1/2” PULLEY
PLASTIC GUIDE BRACKET
5/16" FLAT WASHER
5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
32
5/16” X 2 1/4 HEX HEAD BOLT
5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
5/16" X 2 1/2” HEX HEAD BOLT
AN (Br
516” X 1 1/2" HEX HEAD BOLT
5/16" X 3" HEX HEAD BOLT
3/16" X3 1/4” HEX HEAD BOLT
8/18" X 3 4/2” HEX HEAD BOLT
3/8" FLAT WASHER
Wiles aia lll Ile ii. lala
3/8” NYLON LOCK NUT
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3/8” X 1 3/4” HEX HEAD BOLT
STOPPER BALL
3/8" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLT
3/8" X 3 1/2" HEX HEAD BOLT
1/2”X 1" LONG METAL BUSHING
S 15-18 18 1813 18 2 18 2/5 17 (8 18 /% 18 (€ 18
4/2" X 1/2” LONG SPACER —
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[I Select the 127" LONG LAT CABLE (32) and insert the Cable-up through the slot at the front of the TOP FRAME (12).
Bring the Cable back along the Top Frame, through the Bracket on the top of the Frame and down through the access hole
_ In the Frame. Pull the Cable completely through until the Stopper Ball is against the under side of the Frame.
LI From undemeath the TOP FRAME (12), fit a 4 1/2" PULLEY (A) (33) up info the slot in the front of the Top Frame ‘and
position the LAT CABLE (32) into the Pulley groove. Slide a 3/8" FLAT WASHER (62) and a 1/2" X 1/2" LONG METAL
HEX HEAD BOLT (68) and assemble the Bolt through the Top Frame and Pulley.
SPACER (92) onto a 3/8" X 2 3/4"
Slide añother 1/2" LONG SPACER
LOCK NUT (63).
oO . he”. LAT
: CABLE (32)..info the 3
12" Р
ULLEY (5) (34); it
will be: necessary to
remove: the Pulley by ——
unfastening the 3/8” X 1
— 3/4” HEX HEAD BOLT
- (65) - and 3/8” NYLON
LOCK “NUT (63). -
(92) and 3/8” FLAT WASHER (62) over the Bolt and secure with a 3/8" NYLON
WELDED PULLEY
BRACKET
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[J Bring the LAT CABLE (32)
forward between the GUIDE
RODS (9), and out and
around the left side (as you
sit on the unit). of the ARM
PRESS UPRIGHT (2)
passing under the Welded
Stopper Tube. Fasten the
Cable end to the right side of -
the TOP FRAME (12) just
above the Upright. Using a
5/16" X 2 3/4” HEX HEAD
BOLT (53), bolt through the
Cable loop end. Assemble a
5/16" FLAT WASHER (50)
onto the Bolt and then bolt
through the Top Frame.
Fasten with another 5/16"
FLAT WASHER (50) and
5/16” NYLON LOCK NUT
(51). Tighten securely but
leave enough space so that
the Cable ean rotate on the
WELDED
BRACKET
L] SPECIAL NOTE: The |
pre-assembly of the above 3 :
1/2" PULLEY (D) (34) , the
PULLEY PIVOT BRACKET
(35), and the CABLE TRAP
BRACKET (36) is only finger
tight to allow for assembly of
the LAT CABLE (32). After
assembly of the Cable,
tighten this assembly.
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“CABLE TRAP BRACKETS |
. (38). and two 3 112%
-- PULLEYS (E) & (F) e
the LAT CABLE (32) into tte.
- Puleys: and: bolt. this
~~ assembly. to-the inside of the
.. ARM". PRESS = “PIVOT
- BRACKETS (38).with- 3/8" X
(65) and 3/8" NYLON LOCK
tightening, position the Cable
Trap so it is about 1/16" from
—
1:3/4" HEX HEAD BOLTS
NUTS (63). Before
the rim of the Pulley and it
aligns with the Pivot Bracket
and fits against it when ‘the
Pulley Bolt is tightened down.
SPECIAL NOTE: The above
pre-assembly of the "U"
BRACKETS (37), the ARM
PRESS PIVOT BRACKETS
(38), the 3 1/2" PULLEYS
(E) & (F) (34), and the
CABLE TRAP BRACKETS
(36) have been assembled
only finger tight so that the
LAT CABLE (32) can be
assembled Into the Pulley.
Assemble the Cable into the
Pulleys and then tighten this
assembly.
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С To assemble the LAT CABLE (32) into the pre-assembled PULLEY (G), it will be necessary to remove the Pulley by
untightening the 3/8" X 1 3/4” HEX HEX BOLT (65) and 3/8" NYLON LOCK NUT (63) and removing the Pulley. Assemble
51
the Cable onto the Pulley and re-assemble the Pulley into the "U" PULLEY BRACKET (39).
50
[J Assemble the 88" WEIGHT
STACK CABLE (40) fo the
SELECTOR TUBE (11).
First, be sure that the Metal
Adjuster Ferrule and
Rubber Stopper Ball: are
positioned to the end of the
Cable so the Adjuster
Ferrule is between the Ball
and the loop end of the
Cable. Insert the other loop
end of the Cable into the
end of the Selector Tube.
Position the molded
PLASTIC GUIDE
BRACKET (41) so it fits
behind the Selector Tube
and in front of the GUIDE
RODS (9).
Bolt through the
SELECTOR TUBE (11),
CABLE (40) end, and
GUIDE BRACKET (41) with
а 5/16* X 1 1/2" HEX
HEAD BOLT (55) and a
5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
(51).
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[] To assemble the LAT CABLE (32) and the WEIGHT STACK CABLE (40) into the DUAL CABLE: CONNECTOR
BRACKETS (42), it will be necessary to remove ore Pulley from the Dual Cable Connector Brackets by removing a 3/8"
X 1 3/4” HEX HEAD BOLT (85) from the assembly. After removing the one Pulley, fit the remaining Pulley and Dual
Cable Connector Brackets onto the LAT CABLE (32). Assemble the WEIGHT STACK CABLE (40) onto the other r Pulley
and bolt the © Pulley and Cable back into to Dual Cable Connector Brackets.
o Bring i the: WEIGHT STACK: слете Ц
‚ con andar 23" LONG “C* SHA us
CABLE -TRAP 'BRACKET(31 Ay odes a 3
À PULLEY Un 34).-Firtho:
“ the“ Cable -:and- align. the . “Cable Та
Bracket to thie :Pilley s-the. Bracket:holds
_ the. Cablé info the Pullay.- With a'318" KA
3/4" HEXCHEAD.BOLT- (68), ‘Bolt through 63
- the: Cablé™ Trap and Púliey -andinto he
“BASE PULLEY. BRACKET. (7) on the
right side of the: BASE: FRAME (1) just to
the front-of-the Weight stack; Align the
Cable Trap Bracket at about four.o'ólock
and :fasten with a 3/8” NYLON LOCK
"NUT (693).
L] SPECIAL NOTE: The above
. pre-assembly of the 3 1/2” PULLEY (J)
(34), the CABLE TRAP BRACKET (36)
has been assembled only finger tight so
that the WEIGHT STACK CABLE (40)
may be assembled into the Pulley at
this time. Assemble the Cable into the
Pulley and tighten this-assembly. - |
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LI] Put a 516“ FLAT
WASHER (50) and a 1/2" X
1" LONG METAL SPACER
(91) onto a 5116™ X 3 1/27
HEX HEAD BOLT (61) and
assemble the Bolt: through.
the Bolt hole at the low front
position of the ARM PRESS
UPRIGHT (2). Fasten with
another 5116" | FLAT
WASHER (50) and 5/16"
NYLON LOCK NUT (51).
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[] Check to see that the entire ADJUSTER
Cable run is seated into the FERRULE
Pulleys and pull the stack out of
the Cable system from the front
low Pulley position. Slide the
Stopper Ball and Adjuster
Ferrule tightly against the low
Pulley and tighten the set screw
in the Adjuster Ferrule tightly so
it can not slip.
[] using a 12° LONG LINK
. CHAIN (108), connect the Ss YN
WEIGHT STACK CABLE (40) \ > _
to the 2" EYE-BOLT (49) on the \\
LEG EXTENSION (18) with two STOPPER BALL
"$" HOOKS (105). Connect the SET SC
"S” Hook into the Chain link that REW
provided good Cable tension. ADJUSTER FERRULE
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STEP 9 DIP STATION ASSEMBLY:
4
PART NAME
50 5/46" FLAT WASHER
51 5/16" NYLON LOCK NUT
53 5/16" X 2 3/4* HEX HEAD BOLT
58
70
3
[] Cap the front ends of the DIP ARMS (43) with 1 1/2" SQUARE
PLASTIC INSERT CAPS (84).
5/16" X 2" HEX HEAD BOLT
1/4“ FLAT WASHER __
72 1/4" X 2 1/2" ROUND HEAD SCREW
75 1/4" X 2" ROUND HEAD SCREW
84 11/2 SQUARE PLASTIC INSERT CAP
87 1" ROUND PLASTIC INSERT CAP
NN IA N O IN IN a |
E Attach the DIP ARMS (43) to the left side of the STEPPER UPRIGHT (4) with two 5/16" X 2 3/4" HEX HEAD BOLTS
(53) and 5/1 6 NYLON LOCK NUTS (51).
[ ] Assemble the DIP HAN DLES (44) down info the ends of the DIP ARMS (43) and fasten into place by first assembling a
1/2” O.D. X 3/8" LONG METAL BUSHING (94) onto a 5/16” X 1 3/4" KNOB PIN (109) and then fastening through the
outside and. end of the Arm and then into the Welded Nut on the inside of the Arm. : |
[J Attach SMALL... —— 59 ‘
ARM PADS
(45) to the Dip
Arms using
1/4" X 2"
ROUND HEAD
SCREWS (75)
and 1/4" FLAT
WASHERS
(70).
LJ Assemble the
DIP STATION
BACKREST = .
(46) to the -
STEPPER зо
UPRIGHT (4)
by assembling
1/4” FLAT
‘WASHERS
(70) onto two
14" X 2 1/2"
ROUND HEAD
SCREWS (72)
and bolting
‚through the
back up the
Upright and into
the back of the
Backrest.
J Remove the 126 75
STATION TWO 4 o
DECAL (126) | N
from the I
backing sheet * °°
and adhere to
the STEPPER
UPRIGHT (4)
directly under
the DIP ARMS
(43).
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HOW TO USE YOUR HOME GYM:
ARM PRESS EXERCISES:
The Arm Press Arms are locked in
place with "L" Locking Pins (78).
When doing Arm Press exercises, the
Locking Pin in position "A" must be
removed and Locking Pins (78)
should be pinned in position "B” and
"C" through the ARM PRESS PIVOT
FRAME (24) and the ARM PRESS
ARMS (26).
BUTTERFLY EXERCISES:
When doing Butterfly Exercises,
insert Locking Pin (78) in position
FRAME (24) and the SUPPORT
BRACE (8).
“A” through the ARM PRESS PIVOT \
|
NOTE: Locking Pins should always
be in position "B" and "С" for ali
exercises except Butterfly exercises
to keep Cables properly tensioned.
LEG EXTENSION EXERCISES:
To perform 1.) Seated Leg Extensions and
2.) Standing Leg Curis, the Low Pulley
Cable should be attached to the Leg
Extension by using the 12" LINKING
CHAIN (108) and "S" HOOKS (105). Let
the Leg Extension hang perpendicular to
the floor for normal Leg Extension and
Curl Exercises. WM you wish to add
additional range of motion for Leg
Extensions, connect the Leg Extension so
it is further under the Seat.
LAT PULL-DOWN EXERCISES:
Assemble 1° X 5" PLASTIC GRIPS (29)
onto the ends of the LAT BAR (106).
Connect the LAT BAR (106) to the LAT
CABLE (32) using .a FIREMAN'S LATCH
HOOK (111). When the Lat Bar is not In
use, it should be removed from the Lat
Cable and put aside.
PINNING POSITION FOR
BUTTERFLY EXERCISES
PINNING POSITION
FOR DOING ARM
24 7 PRESS
N (REMOVE WHEN
DOING BUTTERFLY
EXERCISES)
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LOW PULLEY
EXERCISES:
When doing Low Pulley
Exercises, the $SeatiLeg
Extension Assembly should
be removed from the Arm
Press Upright. To remove
the Seat Assembiy simply
unhook the Low Pulley ‚| 56 SEAT
Cable from the Leg AaRMPRESS | ASSEMBLY
Extension, unscrew the Seat UPRIGHT Co
Knob Pin Assembly, and lift —
the Seat Assembly off the
Pin on the Arm Press
Upright. 8 © C= = ,
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Connect the Leg Strap/Arm . 110 CT
Curl Handle to the Cable at |
the Low Pulley using a "S” a. 7
Hook. The Linking Chain o
can be used to extend the | SHOOK |
Strap further away from the | WEIGHT STACK a
Frame as needed. CABLE
LEG
EXTENSION
— CHAIN
The Lat Bar can also be
used at the Low Pulley
° Station for doing Curls,
Rows, and other Exercises.
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FIREMAN'S LATCH HOOK
111
STEPPER:
— Bolt the Resistance Cylinders to the Stepper Pedals at your desired resistance setting. The resistance will a.
become greater as you move the Cylinder back toward the end of the Pedal. xe a.
When doing Aerobic Stepper conditioning, the object is to take short, fast steps. in order to elevate your
heart rate and increase the blood flow. The resistance serves two functions, one is to accommodate ‘a -
wide range of user weight, and the second is to vary the rate of speed needed to keep the Pedals from
bottoming out at the end of the stroke.
‚М.А. FJ DIP STATION EXERCISES:
When using the V.A. F/Dip Station, position yourself inside the Dip Arms, -grasp the Arms or-Dip Handles.
As an assist to get up on the Dip Arms, you can step back onto the Stepper Pedal Pivot Tubes, bring your
апт «юр the Arm Pads, then spring up to position. The diagonal Brice at the base of the Upright is not
intended to be used as a step.
CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
The following guidelines will help you to plan and regulate your personal fitness program. Remember that
adequate rest and good nutrition are also essential to the success of any fitness program. BEFORE
BEGINNING THIS OR ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM, CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN!
EXERCISE INTENSITY
To maximize the benefits from exercising, your level of exertion must exceed mild demands while falling
short of causing breathlessness and fatigue. The proper level of exertion can be determined using the heart
rate as a guide. For effective aerobic exercise, the heart rate must be maintained at a level between 70% and
85% of your maximum heart rate. This Is your “Training Zone”. You can determine your Training Zone by
consulting the table below. Training Zones are listed for both conditioned and unconditioned persons
according to age. Use the column that is appropriate for you. | |
AGE UNCONDITIONED CONDITIONED TRAINING AGE UNCONDITIONED CONDITIONED TRAINING
TRAINING ZONE ZONE (BEATS/MIN) TRAINING ZONE ZONE (BEATS/MIN)
(BEATS/MIN) | (BEATS/MIN)
20 138-167 133-162 55 127-155 122-149
25 136-166 132-160 60 126-153 121-147
30 135-164 130-158 65 125-151 - 119-145
35 134-162 129-156 70 123-150 118-144
40 132-161 127-155 75 122-147 117-142
45 131-159 125-153 80 120-146 115-140
During the first few weeks of your exercise program, you should keep your heart rate near the low end of
your Training Zone. Over the course of a few months, gradually increase your heart rate until it reaches the
- high end of your Training Zone. As your condition improves, a greater workload will be required in order to
raise your heart rate to your Training Zone. | о
The easiest way to measure your heart rate is to stop exercising and
place two fingers on your wrist where you feel a pulse. Carefully take
a six-second heart beat count. (A six-second count is used because
your heart rate will drop rapidly after you stop exercising.) Add a 0 to
the result to find your heart rate. Compare your heart rate to your
Training Zone. If your heart rate is too low, increase your level of
exertion. If your heart rate is too high, decrease your level of
exertion.
WORKOUT PATTERN
Each workout should consist of 5 basic parts: 1. AT REST, 2.
WARMING-UP, 3. TRAINING ZONE EXERCISE, 4.COOLING-DOWN, 5. AT REST.
Warming up is an important part of every workout. Warming up prepares the body for more strenuous
exercise by increasing circulation, delivering more oxygen to the muscles, and raising the body
temperature. This can be done by stretching for 5-10 minutes prior to exercising.
After warming up, begin exercising at a low intensity level for a few minutes. Then increase the intensity to
raise your heart rate to your Training Zone for a period of 20-30 minutes.
Cooling down after vigorous exercise is important in aiding circulation and preventing soreness. 5-10
minutes of stretching or light exercise will allow the body to cool down. TA
EXERCISE FREQUA NEY
To maintain or improve your condition, you must workout 2-3 times per week following the pattern described above. A
day of rest between workouts is. recommended. After several months of exercise, the number of workouts can be
increased to 4-5 times per week. The key to a successful program is REGULAR exercise.
SUGGESTED STREYCHES
The following stretches provide a good: warm-up, or
- cool-down. Move siowly as you stretch - never bounce.
HAM STRING STRETCH HAM STRING STRETCH : Ce
Sit with one leg extended. Bring the soie of the opposite
foot toward you, resting it against the extended leg's
inner thigh. Stretch toward your toe as far as possible,
hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat three times for
“both legs.
INNER > HIGH STRETCH
Sit with the soles of your feet together and. knees -
pointing outward. Pull your feet as close into the groin.
area as possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat:
three times. |
TOE TOUCHES
Standing. with your knees bent slightly, slowly bend
forward from the hips. Allow your back and shoulders to
relax as you stretch down toward your toes. Go as far as
you can and hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat three
times.
QUADRICEPS STRETCH
‘With one hand against a wall for balance, reach behind
-you and pull up your foot.-- Bring your heel as close to
your buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts. Repeat.
CALF/ACHILLES STRETCH
With one leg in front of the other and arms out, lean
against the wall. Keep your back leg straight and back
foot flat on the ground; ‘then bend the front leg and lean
forward by. moving your hips toward the wall. Hold, then
- repeat on: the other side. To cause even further
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WEIDER SPORTING GOODS
LIMITED WARRANTY |
Weider Sporting Goods, Inc. warrants this item of equipment to be free from defects in material and/or
workmanship for a period of 90 DAYS from the date of the original purchase (retail, mall order or otherwise)
for use. Weider also warrants the frame of this item of equipment to be free from defects in material or
workmanship for a period of THREE YEARS from the date of original purchase.
In the event of a defect in material or workmanship during the warranty period, Welder will repair or replace
(at its option) the Equipment (or frame) under the conditions of this Warranty. Weider will do so at its
expense for the cost of labor and materials but not for mailing except as noted.
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Weider disclaims liability for any and all implied warranties except as set forth to the contrary herein. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply
to you.
Weider disclaims liability for indirect, incidental or consequential damages. This disclaimer applies during
and after the warranty period. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Weider is not responsible for damage to the Equipment caused by accident, theft, misuse, abuse, abnormal
use or conditions, neglect or modifications.
This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vay from state to state.
CLAIM PROCEDURE
~ If you discover a defect or malfunction during the period to which this Warranty applies, you must follow
this procedure:
Write to: Parts Service Weider Sporting Goods 900 West St. John Street Olney, lllinois 62450
In your letter state your full name and address; the reason why you believe there Is a defect or malfunction
subject to this warranty; and the date and conditions under which the defect or malfunction occurred.
To obtain warranty you must include in your letter a copy of the sales receipt or other proof of date of
purchase of the Equipment; otherwise no warranty will be issued. Upon receipt of your letter, Weider will
make a preliminary determination of its responsibility to repair or replace under this Warranty.
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if Weider denies responsibility it will explain its decision in writing. If Welder accepts responsibility to repair
or replace the item or part under the warranty it will notify you in writing to bring or ship the Equipment to a
designated Weider facility or an authorized service station for repairs.
if Warranty repair or replacement is made at a Welder facility, the Equipment will be returned to you at
Weider's expense. If Warranty repair or replacement is made at a service station, arrangements for the
return of the Equipment must be made directly with the service station and are made at your expense.
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