GETTING STARTED

We want to ensure you get the most out of the T2 Iso-Trainer Exercise System. As a brand new and unique training device, there’s a learning curve and it may take a little time to realize the incredible potential and versatility available to you with the T2.

To begin, the housing has no moving parts. Unlike a pulley that has a free moving wheel, The patented fixed contoured design of the housing interior acts as a static friction surface against the Resistance Strap. The inherent friction between the Resistance Strap and the T2 Housing multiples your resistive effort during a rep. The T2 relies on this friction along with your reciprocal BODYFIGHTTM and the controlled constant speed of your repetitions to create scientifically defined Isokinetic Resistance.

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 Select to view the T2 Quick Setup Guide pdf or watch the videos below.

1. EQUIPMENT SETUP

2. EXPERIENCE ISOKINETIC RESISTANCE AND BODY FIGHT®

A. Anchor the T2 Housing with the Power Bungee "out of play" by connecting the swivel carabiner to the anchor ring as shown below. It doesn't matter whether it's a high, mid or low anchor point. 

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B. Hold the handles in each hand and pull tight against the anchored T2 Housing.

C. While pulling as hard as you can against the T2 with both arms, perform a simple row exercise as shown below. While pulling with one arm resist or fight back against the pull with the other arm. We call this BODYFIGHTTM. One body part fighting against another. While doing this the T2 Housing acts as static friction point against the resistance strap and multiplies your resistive effort. BODYFIGHTTM is an integral component of the T2 System. 

Always use maximum effort during the rep to ensure the resistance strap is engaging with the housing.

LOW ANCHOR BACK ROW

HIGH ANCHOR SUSPENDED BACK ROW

3. ON THE FLY INTENSITY CHANGES:

With BODYFIGHTTM it is incredibly simple to instantly adjust the exercise intensity (how easy or hard the exercise is).

 

The more you resist or fight back with the opposing arm during BODYFIGHTTM the more friction you generate with the T2 housing and the exercise becomes harder and more intense. It also forces you to move more slowly. You can even slow down to a full stop, creating varied angle isometric holds at any time.

 

The less you resist or fight back with the opposing arm during BODYFIGHTTM the less friction you generate with the T2 housing and the easier the exercise becomes. It also allows you to move more quickly. You can move as light and therapeutically as you like.

 

In other words; the slower you go during BODYFIGHTTM reps, the harder it gets. The faster you go, the easier it is.

SELF-ANCHORED ISOKINETIC BICEP CURL

TAP FOR SOUND - YOU CAN HEAR THE FRICTION.

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