Made in the USA with American Steel & Labor
- Wide and neutral grip pull-up bar.
- PowerMax glass-reinforced nylon pulleys prolong cable life.
- Chrome-plated columns with laser cut numbers.
- 20 pulley height positions.
- Dual stacks allow single use or two simultaneous users.
- Supplied with 53.5-inch long knurled bar and two nylon web grip handles.
- Accessory hooks.
- Aviation-grade cables.
The Functional Trainer is among the ultimate in exercise versatility. The Legend Fitness variation is packed with value when compared to the competition. The super rigid frame only has eight bolts, so maintenance is easy. Aviation-grade cables and composite pulleys on high quality bearings make for smooth movements over and over again. Laser cut numbers make equal adjustments easy. With 20 floor-to-top pulley positions, users can perform dozens of ground-based, functional movement exercises. And finally, a wide- and neutral-grip pull up bar adds a body weight exercise option to the front crossmember.
The Functional Trainer only comes with the following attachments:
- Two nylon web handles with molded grips.
- A long bar with eyelets on each end for barbell exercises.
Accessory hooks on the top rear crossmember keep attachments at the ready for quick changes between exercises.
Weight stack information
The Functional Trainer has dual weight stacks which accommodate either a single user or two simultaneous ones. Two 150-pound weight stacks with steel shrouds come standard. The stacks can be upgraded to 200-pounds, 250-pounds, or 300-pounds.
This machine features 2:1 reduction. This means that any selected weight will feel lighter by half due to an additional pulley between the user and the weight stack.
NOTE: The feet of all pin select machines now feature 3.5 x 3-inch bolt-down tabs for enhanced safety and stability. The dimensions stated here properly reflect this change, but the bolt-down tabs may not be pictured in the photos above.
We reserve the right to make running changes to products in cases where performance or production processes can be improved. This may result in slight physical differences that may not be reflected in the photographs found here.