The Bodymax Pro II pec fly machine is designed to provide two effective isolation exercises, one to target the pectoral muscles (pec fly), and one to target the rear head of the deltoids (rear delt flys).
Whether you are looking to buy a pec fly and rear delt trainer for home or commercial use, there are some important features to look for before making your final decision.
These features can generally be summed up as the following:
Quality of construction
Being part of the Bodymax Pro II range means that this machine is built using high quality materials for expected use in commercial environments, with a notably smooth range of motion.
Aside from the guard covering the weight stack, the majority of the cable pulley system is kept within easy reach should any maintenance or part replacement be necessary.
In terms of warranty, Bodymax are currently offering 3 years on the main frame.
[one_half]As with every piece of fitness or weightlifting equipment, it’s important to make sure that the machine can adjust to the natural range of motion for a wide range of body types.
Looking at the Bodymax Pro II pec fly machine this means the starting position for the lever arms, and the pivot point for joining the handle section of the frame to the top of the arms.
At the top of the frame on each side there is a metal plate with a series of pre-cut holes for the locking pin to slide into.[/one_half]
This not only allows you to switch between the pec fly and rear delt fly exercises quickly, but also adjust the starting position to take into account any limitations in someone’s range of movement.
The pivot point in the pec fly arms has been added to make this pec and rear delt fly machine better suited to a wider range of arm lengths and body types.
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Bodymax Pro II Pec Fly Machine – Features Summary
While the range of motion for each exercise is relatively simple, the Bodymax Pro II pec fly machine still requires a weight stack and cable pulley system.
To prevent the risk of injury or fault with the weight stack, the entire stack and much of the pulley system is contained within a stack guard.
The weight stack itself features 16 individual weight plates stacked on top of each other, combining for a total stack weight of 77kg.[/one_half]
Having such a high number of weight plates in smaller increments can also keep strength gains much more consistent due to being able to increase the weight used more gradually.