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units are made from a
special composite material. The rods
are sheathed with a protective black
rubber coating. Each rod is marked
with its weight rating on the "Rod
Classic home gym
comes with 210 lbs. (95kg) of
resistance [one pair of 5 lb.
(2.25kg) rods, two pair of 10 lb.
(4.5kg) rods, one pair of 30 lb.
(13.5kg) rods, and one pair of
50 lb. (22.5kg) rods].
Connecting the Power
Unit to the Cables
You may use one rod or
several rods in combination, to
create your desired resistance
To hook multiple rods up to one cable, bend the closest rod
toward the cable and place the cable hook through that rod cap.
You can then hook up the next closest rod through the same
Hooking up the closest rod ﬁrst prevents rods from crossing
over the top of one another.
When you attach the Power Rod® units do not stand
directly looking above the top of the rods. Stay off to
the side while you attach the rods.
When You Are Not Using Your Home Gym
Disconnect the cables from the Power Rod
unit when your are
not using your home gym. Use the rod binding strap included
with your machine to bind all the rods together at the top. You
can also place your cables and grips through the strap to keep
them out of the way. Leaving the rods and cables under tension
could cause injury if a rod were inadvertantly released.
Keep the cables and Power Rod® units bound with
the rod binding strap when not in operation.
Features and Use