Norwell outdoor strength equipment

Strength Equipment

Strength training equipment is designed to tone major muscle groups through body weight resistance and repetition. Strength training reduces the risk of muscle strain and increases stamina in everyday life. The Norwell strength equipment is specifically designed to give the best workout possible. The apps and ID bands on each piece of equipment explains how to use the station and tracks or shares records. The strength training stations give the entire body a workout when used all together in a consistent program. Read more to see what each strength station offers.


Chest - NW101

The seated chess press is from the strength equipment category. It tones the shoulder, triceps, and chest muscles. Its seat is levered to act as a counter-weight as the user pushes the arms away. The handles are spread open for easy entrance and egress. There is no need to adjust weight resistance on this popular station. The seat and handles are completely rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. All moving parts are sealed bearings. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.


Sit-up - NW103

The popular sit-up station is from the strength equipment category. The first, and most common way, is for the user to lie on their back and sit up to exercise abdominal and back muscles. The second way is to lie on the stomach lifting the legs upwards to tone lower back muscles. The seat is naturally contoured to fit the body and the foot pegs provide support. Both are completely rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. This station has no moving parts. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.


Bar - NW105

This strikingly simple station from the strength equipment category is used to tone chest, shoulders, and back muscles. The top handles are rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. Balance and coordination among other free-style exercises can be done with this simple Bar station. This station has no moving parts. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.


Back - NW102

The seated back or lat pull-down is from the strength equipment category. It tones the shoulders, biceps, and back muscles. Its seat is levered to act as a counter-weight as the user pulls the bar down. The concept is repetition rather than heavy weight training. There is no need to adjust weight resistance on this station. The seat and handles are completely rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. All moving parts are sealed bearings. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.


Pull-up - NW104

The pull up station from the strength equipment category is the most universal of all. It can be used for arm lift, leg lifts, back, thigh, and shoulder exercises. It can be combined with stretching exercises as well. The top handle is rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. The natural arc provides ample space for exercises done from the top bar. This station has no moving parts. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.


Leg - NW106

The seated leg press is from the strength equipment category. It tones the leg and calf muscles. Its seat is levered to act as a counter-weight as the user pushes the seat away from the stationary main post. One size fits all with large footpads and seat. There is no need to adjust weight resistance on this station. The seat, foot pads are completely rubber coated for comfort against hot or cold. All moving parts are sealed bearings. An attached colored band shows the category and how-to-use pictograms.