HealthBeat® Squat Press

Model #192461

HealthBeat® Squat Press - Proper Use

Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Squat Press system.

[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing with a man at the Squat Press work out station. The station consists of a “Y” shaped post with padding angle straight up in the air from its resistance housing unit. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]

Chris: The Health Beat Squat Press. This machine comes with an adjustable resistance and to increase resistance turn the dial clockwise and then to decrease resistance turn counter clockwise. Make sure to start on the lowest possible setting and adjust it till you feel comfortable.

[video: camera switches to Chris standing by the work out station as the man’s back faces the camera. He kneels to rotate the resistance dial on the resistance housing unit of the machine.]

Chris: To use this piece of equipment you’re going to want to place your shoulders underneath the pads.

[video: the man stands up and places his shoulders underneath the machine pads. He raps his hands around the pads to stabilize them on his shoulders.]

Chris: Next place your hands over the pads and then make sure your back is completely straight and then start lowering your body and bending your knees until you reach ninety degrees and then press up with your heals.

[video: The man begins bending his knees and squats down. The camera switches to a side view of the man’s upper body as he squats down again. Camera switches to a front view as the man looks forward and does another squat.]

Chris: This exercise will engage your quadriceps, your glutes, your hamstrings, and your calf muscles.

[video: camera switches back to a back view of the man as he squats down again at the Squat Press station. The camera pulls back for a full view of the man while he works out and Chris stands by.]

Chris: Continue lowering your body and raising your body until you feel like your muscles are fatigued.

[video: The man does a few more squats as Chris finishes talking. Scene fades to black.]

HealthBeat® Squat Press

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Squat Press station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Squat Press informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a full view of the Squat Press and connecting Elliptical stations. A woman faces her back to the camera as she raps her arms around the padded handles of the Squat Press. She squats down and back up. A woman works out on the Elliptical station in front of her. The scene switches to a back view of a man as he squats at the station. Scene switches to a view of the back of a teenage girl as she works out at the Squat Press station. A boy coaches her off camera as she works out.]

Boy: Keep your feet together.

[video: scene switches to a close-up of the girl’s shoulders and head as she continues to do squats. Camera switches to a focused view of the resistant housing unit with connecting squat arm as the girl continues to squat. The camera switches to the opposite side of the resistant unit as the squat arm moves up and down. The scene switches to a back view of a woman’s upper body as she squats at the station. Camera pulls back for a full side view of the Squat Press and Elliptical stations where two women work out. The scene fades to black.]

Product Details

Age Ranges

  • 13+ years

Play Styles

Product Categories

Shipping Weight

  • 162 lbs

Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height: Not applicable
    • Min Area Required (ASTM): 3' 4" x 6' 2" (1,02 m x 1,88 m)
    • Min Area Required (EN): 11' 9" x 15' 6" (3,58 m x 4,72 m)

Price Range (USD)
$5K-$10K

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Overview

The HealthBeat® Squat Press builds leg and hip muscle endurance. Change the level of resistance by turning the knob on the base.

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
  • Can be paired with another HealthBeat® station to share a center post

  • Featuring patented resistance technology. U.S. Patent No. 9,802,074

  • 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

ProShield® Finish

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Sensory

  • Proprioception
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular

Motor Skills

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