- 💪 Reliable Quality: Constructed of heavy duty steel , high quality ruber coating ,makes the LAT pulldown bar much sturdy and durable without worrying about bending
- 💪 Special Design: Dipping rubber encapsulation that provides soft and supper comfortable neutral grips to avoid the problem of rust and discomfort caused by prolonged hand grips. The ergonomic V-shaped Pro lat bar enables users to change the way of back muscle workout, fully builds the back muscles, making exercise more effective.
- 💪 Upgraded LAT Bar: Our ergonomic lat pulldown bar is much comfortable than regular commercial gym attachments. After use some time, you will find it is perfect for physical therapy exercises, ideal choice for anybody to use for a variety of activities. Once you use it you won’t go back to the traditional cable attachments. You will not regret to have our B Fit grip.
- 💪 Fast Build Back Muscles: All the back handles are customized according to back training. Perfect for tricep extensions, heavy pull down and row movements, eliminating the wrist pain and tennis elbow. Effectively strengthen trapezius, latissimus dorsi, Levator scapulae and other back muscles.
- 💪 Professional Customer Service: For our B Fit grip, we will provide quality assurance. If you have any problems about our pulley attachments, please feel free to contact us, we will give you a quickly and satisfactory answer.
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