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SportHouse is home to over 250 pieces of Cybex equipment, including the Big Iron lifting platform


Network Rail chose customised colours, made possible by Cybex’s build-to-order policy


research and development, we’ve been able to produce a range of both cardio and strength equipment that is accessible to the physically impaired, but which doesn’t exclude other exercisers,” confi rms Richard Purves, Cybex senior regional manager. Energise, a local authority-owned


training facility and existing Cybex client based in York, was the fi rst centre in the UK to be awarded the Inclusive Fitness Mark. This September will see the opening of its newly-extended training facility, taking its number of Cybex equipment to almost 90 pieces. “The positive feedback we’ve had


from our members has supported our decision to re-engage with Cybex and our new suite of premium equipment will further ensure that we can deliver to our members’ requirements,” confi rmed Paul Bickle, leisure centre manager.


Delivering the latest in technology and design Launching at this year’s Leisure Industry Week, the Cybex 770 cardio series is the company’s most advanced range of premium commercial cardio equipment. Incorporating a treadmill, upright and


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recumbent bikes as well as Cybex’s ground-breaking lower and total body Arc Trainers, the 770 series guarantees maximum durability, stability and greater comfort, whilst also offering more entertainment options than any other product range in the company’s history. Cybex will also be launching its 625


cardio series at LIW 2012, offering customers an alternative product range for commercial use. Both the new 625 and 770 series are


compatible with another of Cybex’s latest innovations and one of the industry’s most advanced entertainment consoles, the Cybex E3 View:


“Recognising that everyone approaches exercise differently, we have developed the E3 view to give users three distinct viewing modes that deliver the precise content they want,” confi rmed Rob Thurston. This year’s LIW will also feature


Cybex’s revolutionary Bravo functional training system. Comprising of the Bravo functional trainer and Bravo Lift, Press and Pull systems, the four machines have been incorporated into a brand new Bravo Boot Camp training programme; Cybex’s Bravo Workout


Cybex’s Bravo Press and Bravo Pull were awarded the prestigious FIBO Innovation Award 2012


Guide, a free App that is available for download via the Cybex website and iTunes, can also be used in conjunction with the equipment. Utilising Progressive Stabilisation,


Cybex’s Bravo Press and Bravo Pull are the fi rst multi-function cable training stations to offer the stability and strength potential found in single- function, fi xed-path equipment along with the expanded movement variety typical with multi-function cable training systems; in recognition of this, the series was awarded the prestigious FIBO Innovation Award 2012 for its patented Progressive Stabilisation system in April.


Exciting times ahead


“We’ve experienced a fantastic year so far, with many new projects already secured over the coming months,” confirmed Rob Thurston. “As a brand, we are internationally-


renowned for our premium quality, highly durable equipment and as we continue to invest in new technology, research and design, Cybex will continue to cement its position as one of the industry’s leading equipment manufacturers.” ●


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