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ACTIVE MOTION Gymna W-Move

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Active Motion Gymna supports physiotherapists around the world. With numerous years of experience in the area of physical therapy and rehabilitation, the Gymna brand has built a heritage of quality products. Our portfolio consists of a variety of intelligent solutions, designed to enable and facilitate your daily medical care activities. Gymna stands for user-friendly, quality equipment you can rely on, so you can focus on treating your patients. Guided training for flexibility, muscle strength and well-being. Streamlined shape & ergonomic user-friendly design. Push and pull movement...

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The Gymna W-Move is a total training concept of nine devices, providing different types of exercises that will increase your patients’ flexibility, physical strength and well-being. This type of circuit training allows many people to participate at the same time and you don’t even need a lot of space! LOW INVESTMENT, HIGH RETURN Less than 20m2 needed Even in smaller practices, the nine Gymna W-Move devices will provide a complete training concept.

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Hydraulic cylinder system The Gymna W-Move does not only have the advantages of both traditional weight training and cardiovascular training, it also gets rid of the weight pressure and exercise harm. The Gymna W-Move uses adjustable hydraulic cylinders instead of weight plates. OPTIMAL COMFORT Advantages of a hydraulic system versus weight: • • softer and smoother resistance allows comfortable movements during the exercises perfectly suitable for circuit training ideal for the elderly, rehabilitation groups and female users easy to adjust resistance

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Total training concept From now on, patients don’t need to go to traditional fitness centers anymore for a follow-up training program. By adding the Gymna W-Move concept to your practice, you give them the opportunity to train in a friendly and informal atmosphere on easy-to-use training equipment. TURN PATIENTS INTO CUSTOMERS easy access easy to adjust resistance

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Shoulder Press / Lat Pull Abdominal / Back Activation of Muscle Groups Deltoid, Triceps brachii, Biceps brachii Activation of Muscle Groups Rectus abdominis, Erector spinae group Activation of Muscle Groups Quadriceps, Gluteus maximus, Gastronemicus, Tibialis anterior, Soleus Starting position Sit on Shoulder Press/Lat Pull while keeping your back straight. Put your feet on the ground and grasp the handles. Extend your arms to maximum height and hold this position, then pull down to the starting position. Keep your back straight during the entire exercise. Starting position Starting...

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Activation of Muscle Groups Pectoralis major, Triceps brachii, Deltoid Activation of Muscle Groups Tensor fasciae latea, Adductor magnus, Gluteus maximus Activation of Muscle Groups Quadriceps, Hamstrings Starting position Sit on the Pec Dec/Fly while keeping your back straight. Put your forearm on the pads and grasp the handles. Gently pull the handles together. Hold this position, and then push the handles back. Push your back into the pad during the entire exercise. Starting position Sit down on the Abductor/ Hip Adductor, keeping your back straight. Put your legs in the stirrups and...

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Chest / Back Biceps / Triceps Back Extension Activation of Muscle Groups Triceps brachii, Pectoralis major, Biceps brachii Activation of Muscle Groups Biceps brachii, Triceps brachii Activation of Muscle Groups Erector spinae group Starting position Starting position Sit on the Chest / Back while keeping your back straight. Put your feet on the ground and grasp the handles. Gently push forward until your arms are fully extended and hold this position. Slowly pull your arms back to the starting position. Sit on the Biceps / Triceps and put your lower arm on the pads. Grasp the handles. Curl...

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Twisting Activation of Muscle Groups Rectus abdominis, External oblique Starting position Sit on the Twisting while keeping your back straight. Put your feet on the ground and wrap your arms around the padded grips. Rotate your upper body to the left and hold this position. Rotate to the right and hold this position. Slowly return to the starting position.

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Gymna Fitvibe Medical Adding the Gymna Fitvibe Medical to the Gymna W-Move circular line creates enormous possibilities and enhanced training results. Many patients can benefit from Whole Body Vibration (WBV): • osteoporotic patients • patients with low back pain • individuals who require more challenging balance training and propriocepsis • those looking to cross-train and activate muscle fibers that typically would not activate • those not responding to a typical exercise regimen Once your training starts, the animated 3-D pictures display the precise sequence of positions, so that our...

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Vibration plate • Vertical vibration amplitude 1,5 & 3 mm • Ergonomic handle • Start / stop on platform • Extra large exercise surface • Frequency 20-60Hz, adjustable per 5Hz • 5 Fixation points for straps Handle • Integrated card reader • Electronics in vibration-free suspension structure • Start / stop on display • Start / stop by remote control Software • Quick start • Dynamic 3-D pictures • Color screen • Integrated training software Standard accessories • Foot straps (1 pair) • Hand straps (Ipair) • Remote control • Soft mat • Exercise poster • Training guide Technical specifications •...

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Gymna W-Move “Gymna, my best investment ever!” Diathermy Shockwave Therapy Whole Body Vibration Treatment Couches Active Motion Your dealer: GymnaUniphy NV Pasweg 6A | B-3740 Bilzen, Belgium

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