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“I created the BoxMaster to take the best of fi ghting and the best of fi tness and combine it into one powerful system”


Rai Fazio – Fighter, inventor, entrepreneur and club owner


I KNOCKED THIS WORKOUT IN 27 MINUTES. WHAT DID YOU DO TODAY? The Boxmaster®


7 Striking rounds, 7 active recovery sets. 27 minutes for a total body workout that will knock you out. The BoxMaster is the perfect blend of an innovative fi tness tool driven by a powerful revenue generating small group training program.


For more solutions contact us at (+44) 1494 688260 or email EMEAsales@startrac.com Or visit the Star Trac team at IHRSA Booth #2912. Scan the QR code to the left to see the BoxMaster in a small group training facility.


©2014 Star Trac. All rights reserved. Star Trac and the Star Trac logo are registered trademarks of Core Industries LLC. BoxMaster is a registered trade mark held by Fightmaster Pty Ltd COMPANY AUSTRALIA.


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DISCOVER WHY EVERYONE LOVES THE ARC TRAINER


BURN MORE CALORIES


Research reveals 16% more calorie burn than an elliptical in a 60-minute workout.


BUILD MORE MUSCLE


The Arc Trainer can signifi cantly increase lower body strength and power.


FEEL LESS STRESS


The Arc motion results in 84% less knee stress compared to an elliptical.


THE SECRET IS OUT FIND OUT MORE AT ARCTRAINER.COM T: 0845 606 0228


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