Until now, if you wanted to do vertical pulling you were limited to doing pull ups or lat pull downs.
If you could not do a pull up, then you had to find bands or some sort of way to reduce the effort required. Even then, you were still restricted to a bilateral exercise.
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A vertical pull
So, PurMotion went "old school" and designed a pulley for a battling rope, attached a dumbbell and there it was...a unilateral vertical pull that anyone could do--using a pulley to hoist a weight.
So simple, yet so right.
But there's more...
The Cyclone100 is the big brother of the Cyclone52 and is truly a versatile piece of equipment because of its adaptability and multiple uses.
We quickly determined you could do more than just vertical pulling with this mechanism. You can also do core exercises that incorporate side bending and rotation.
CYCLONE100 VARSITY - Steel
Welded steel construction with bronze bearings
Weight: 11 pounds
Height: 12.5 inches
Width: 7.25 inches
Do more with accessories
With just a few accessories you can do more with your Cyclone100.
LAT PULL DOWN KIT
Want to add a bilateral pull? No problem. The Lat Pull Down Kit quickly adds that functionality along with adjustable width handles that are free to rotate.
Quickly creates a movable attachment point anywhere along the big rope.
Connect attachments to a Prusik loop. Prusik loop sold separately.
Add a handle for another grip option. Handles sold in pairs. Prusik loop and carabiner sold separately.
Just the right length to go around the handle of a dumbbell or kettlebell for hoisting.
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