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Torque Fitness F7 Fold Away Strength Trainer

Torque Fitness F7 Fold Away Strength Trainer

One of the biggest problems with most exercise equipment is the sheer space it takes up. At just 40 inches by 40 inches when closed, the Torque Fitness F7 Fold Away Strength Trainer ($TBA) does away with this requirement while still offering a full-featured spec list. It offers two independent weight stack systems, that tie into fully adjustable swivel pulleys with 30 adjustment holes, and a removable, fully adjustable flat-to-incline bench, that allows you to do standing exercises as well as more strenuous exercise ball-based movements — all of which lets you get in better shape without the need for an airplane hanger in your yard.

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