to the fitness industry comes an extreme muscle machine designed and built for
the fitness professional and serious fitness enthusiast. Built for the
individual who has accomplished their goals but wants to continue maintaining
their peak level of physical condition in the least amount of time. It has no
heavy weight plates or straps to change. There are no cables, plastics, ropes,
or rubber bands that could break. It is precision-made from hardened steel,
maintenance free, and comes fully assembled with a life time guarantee. It can
be used as a training aid for sports, rehabilitation, and physical therapy. It
has mass appeal due to its innovative features, curious to the eye design, and
its ability to physically, and mentally challenge the user. The SUPERPROPLUS
is definitely not for the wimp! With its powerful sliding handles and a maximum
spring resistance in excess of 100 pounds (poundage determined by market
placement) it will make even the strongest feel humble. The SUPERPROPLUS
measures 48 inches long, 2 and 3/4 inches in diameter, and weighs only 9 pounds.
Use it several minutes once or twice a week for a continued stronger, more
powerful and healthier you. Pound for pound, the SUPERPROPLUS is an "Upper Body
Weight 20 is threaded so that auxiliary weights 22 and 24 (sometimes referred to as assist weights) can be attached to it. This variable weight capability gives the SUPERPROPLUS greater versatility without requiring partial disassembly to change weights. The additional mass of the auxiliary weights gives greater momentum to weight 20 when the SUPERPROPLUS is moved back and forth longitudinally. This greater momentum allows a user with lesser strength to do exercises with the same apparatus unit as a user with greater strength without need to changing the springs.
today for a partnership in fitness with the all-new Tolanizer SUPERPROPLUS!
The inventor is looking for a manufacturer or a licensee
Group Fitness Technologies
Dan-Tolan Industries, Inc.
11045 S. Spaulding Avenue
Chicago, IL (USA) 60655-2725
E-mail: [email protected]
since May 29, 2012