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Old July 1st 05, 04:26 AM
gme
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Default rehab and specialty training

Hi all,

I'm looking for an individual in the San Diego county areas interested
in starting an equipment manufacturing company. The company would be
manufacturing some specialty equipment that can have great utility in
sports rehab and specialty training.

The devices I have developed are "grips" that hook on the cable
terminations of any gym cable-pull rack. These devices serve to provide
a high degree of isolation and reduced stress. These 'mini-machine'
prototypes have been configured as a single-hand universal (right/left)
grip, two-hand triceps pushdown grip set, two-hand biceps curl grip set,
upright row handles, and lat pull-down handles.

As far as sports medical rehab goes, baseball specialty training and
rotator injury recover are high potentials for the single-hand grip.

The innate features that allow for the utmost in isolation also permits
the user to perform compound movements, thus greatly extending these
things' value. Talk about a triceps or biceps burn WOW!

Thanks

 




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