HealthBeat® Chest/Back Press - Proper Use
Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Chest and Back Press system.
[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing next to a man seated on the bench of the Chest and Back Press system. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]
Chris: The Health Beat Chest and Back Press. This machine has adjustable resistance that can be adjusted to increase resistance by moving the dial clockwise or decreasing resistance by moving counterclockwise.
[video: The man seated on the work out equipment reaches down below the bench to the resistance housing. Camera close-up of the man’s hand turning the resistance dial. Camera pulls back for a full view of the man seated at the Chest and Back Press.]
Chris: You’re going to want to begin with on the lowest possible setting and gradually increasing that until you reach a level until you feel comfortable. This machine is designed to exercise the peck muscles in the chest and the lat muscles in the back. To begin grab the handles keep the back straight and eyes forward and pull the handles back to engage the back muscles and then press forward until the arms are almost locked but do not lock the elbows.
[video: front view of the man as he pulls the two “P” shaped handles towards his chest and then pushes them back out away from his body. Camera switches to a side view of the man’s upper body as he continues to pump the handles back and forth.]
Chris: This is going to engage the chest muscles and then again pull the machine back to engage the back muscles.
[video: the camera pulls back for a full view of Chris standing next to the man as he works out on the Chest and Back Press system.]
HealthBeat® Chest/Back Press
Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Chest and Back Press system.
[video: scene fades into a full view of a man seated at the Chest and Back Press system. A woman lies on the bench behind him doing crunches. The man pushes handles away and then back to his chest. The camera switches to a focused view on the man as he continues to press the two hand holds away and back towards his body. The camera zooms in on the man’s face as he stairs straight ahead focusing on his workout. The camera pans down to the man’s hands as he continues his workout. Camera switches to a close-up of one of the handles connection to the resistance box below the seat bench. Camera switches to a close-up of the “U” shaped bar the connects the two hand holds that glide underneath the seat bench of the system. Camera switches to a close-up of the resistances housing below the bench seat. The man’s hand comes into frame and rotates the resistance dial. Scene switches to a different man as he works out on the Chest and Back Press system. Camera switches to a front view of the man as he presses the handles
back and forth. Scene switches to a side view of a boy doing crunches on the Ab Crunch and Leg Lift bench while a girl works out on the Chest and Back Press system.]