HealthBeat® Assisted Row/Push-Up

Model #192452

HealthBeat® Assisted Row/Push-Up - Proper Use

Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Assisted Row and Push Up system.

[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing next to a man dressed in workout clothes. They both stand next to the Assisted Row and Push Up system. The system is a main support post with three bars varying in height parallel to the ground. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]

Chris: The Health Beat Push-Up and Assisted Row is simplicity at its best all the height options make it easy to use for all fitness levels. To do the push-up the user is going to put his arms on the bars a shoulder width apart.

[video: the man grabs onto the highest bar.]

Chris: And this is going to engage the chest the lat muscles and also the tricep muscles. Begin by pressing your body down towards the bar until your arms elbows reach a ninety-degree angle and then press yourself back up.

[video: the camera switches a close-up of the man’s upper body with a lower view angled up. The man presses his body down to the bar and then pushes himself back up to the starting point. The camera pulls slightly father back showing more of the man as he continues to do the push up motion. Scene switches to Chris and the man standing by the work out system. The man leans on the heights bar while Chris explains the next work out.]

Chris: The assisted row, is to work out and strengthen the back muscles the lat muscles and the lower back. There are two different grips that you can use to engage different muscles. First, we have the overhand grip, to do the overhand grip the user will grab the bar with their palms facing away from them and then begin by pulling themselves up until their chest almost reaches the bar and then lowers himself back down.

[video: The man situates himself below the bar and then pulls his chest up to the bar and lowers himself back down. Camera switches to a side view of the man as he lifts and lowers himself at the bar. Camera switches back to a front view as the man stands up from the bar while Chris continues to speak.]

Chris: Again, this is going to engage the lat muscles and then the other grip the underhand grip. The user will grab the bar the bar with their palms facing towards them and lift themselves up. This is going to engage the biceps and again the shoulders and the lat muscles.

[video: The man grabs the bar with his palms facing towards him. He lifts himself up to the bar and back down. The camera zooms in for a close-up of the man’s upper body as she lifts and lowers himself to and from the bar. Camera switches to a full front view as the man continues to work out. Camera zooms in on the man’s upper body as he does a few more reps. Scene switches to a full view of the Chris standing next to the work out system while the man is now standing at the medium height bar.]

Chris: Advanced users can use the lower bar to increase the difficulty. So to use again for the overhand grip place hands on the bar with your palms facing away from you and lower your body and make sure your heels are on the ground and now he’ll lift himself up and engage the lat muscles.

[video: the man positions his body below the bar almost touched the ground with his back. Camera switches to a back view focuses on the man’s hands as he lifts himself up to the bar. The man does several reps in a row.]

Chris: Now to do the underhand grip you’ll have the palms facing towards you and then lift your body up until the body reaches the bar and engage the biceps and lat muscles.

[video: the man switches his hands, so his palms are facing him. Camera switches back to a full view the workout system as the man pulls himself up towards the bar and back down. The camera zooms in for a side view of the man as he does a few more reps. Scene switches to a full view of the work out system as the man stands at the lowest bar. Chris points to the system while he speaks.]

Chris: For more advanced users using the lower bar will make more difficulty and will engage the chest muscles more. So, to use place the hands shoulder-width apart and begin lowering the body towards the bar till elbows reach a ninety-degree angle. And then press yourself back up and engage the triceps and chest muscles.

[video: the man leans down and grabs the bar. He angles his feet out from the bar in a push-up positions. The camera switches to a front view of the man as he begins to do push-ups towards the bar. Camera switches to a side view as the man does a few more reps, the scene fades to black.]

HealthBeat® Assisted Row/Push-Up

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Assisted Row and Push Up system.

[video: scene fades into two men and a teenage boy as they do leaning pushups on various height bars. The camera zooms in on the teenage boy as he does pushups on the lowest bar to the ground which has the highest difficulty. A child shouts in the background. Scene switches to a view of the upper body of a man as he does pushups on the highest bar from the ground. Scene switches to a full view of the system as the two men and teenage boy work out. The boy and one of the men continue to do leaning pushups. The other man has repositioned his body to underneath the bar as he pulls his chest up to the bar like a chin up. Scene switches to a man as he walks up to the highest bar. A man speaks to him off camera.]

Man: So, go as far back as you are comfortable.

[video: the man grabs the bar and situates his feet. The camera zooms in for a front view of the man’s upper body as he begins to do the leaning pushups. The camera switches to a side view as the man continues to do pushups. The man switches his hands holding onto the bar palms up. He situates his legs underneath the bar and begins to pull himself towards the bar in a work out curling motion. Scene switches to a front view of a woman as she does leaning pushups on the lowest bar to the ground.]

Product Details

Age Ranges

  • 13+ years

Play Styles

Product Categories

Shipping Weight

  • 62 lbs

Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height: 53" (1,35 m)
    • Min Area Required (ASTM): 13' 7" x 17' 2" (4,14m x 5,23 m)
    • Min Area Required (EN): 14' 6" x 21' 1" (4,42 m x 6,43 m)

Price Range (USD)
$0K-$5K

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Overview

The HealthBeat® Assisted Row/Push-Up provides a great upper-body workout that exercises multiple muscles with several activities in one station. Bars of multiple heights accommodate users of all fitness levels.

Features

  • To optimize configurability, HealthBeat® posts made from 5"-diameter galvanized steel are sold separately (Post Model #205941-205947) and are carbon in color only

  • Durable steel construction
  • Available to use as a single fitness station only; cannot be combined with another station

  • Includes instructional sign with illustrations and link to proper use videos

  • Safety surfacing corresponding to the fall height of the equipment required to comply with ASTM F1292

  • Ages 13 years and older for ASTM F3101 and height 1400 mm and taller for EN16630

  • Direct bury or surface mount

ProShield Finish

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Sensory

  • Proprioception
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular

Motor Skills

  • Cardiovascular
  • Coordination
  • Core Body Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Lower Body Strength
  • Motor Planning
  • Upper Body Strength
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