Discussion in 'Home Exercise Equipment' started by Andy741, Apr 10, 2006.

  1. Andy741

    Andy741 New Member

    Does anyone know if there is a home machine for doing lunges? For a while I was doing them on a Smith machine at the gym.
  2. style

    style New Member

    why do you need a machine for lunges?
  3. Fausto

    Fausto HST Expert


    The B/B or D/B version does it best IMO [​IMG]

    You can't quite do lunges in a vertical plane can you? [​IMG]
  4. dkm1987

    dkm1987 New Member

    (Fausto @ Apr. 11 2006,08:23)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">You can't quite do lunges in a vertical plane can you? [​IMG]</div>

    Fausto, you sure you didn't mean horizontal.

    you can also use one legged hack squat machines (mimics the lunge).
  5. ian

    ian New Member

    Hahahaha, your not doing lunges if your using a smith machine!!!

    If you wana do proper lunges at home, just go in the garden with a bar on your back, or sum dbs and lunge up and down the garden.

    Thats basically how the pros do it!!!
  6. Fausto

    Fausto HST Expert


    Exactly my point, and they bloody hell work too! [​IMG]
  7. latin_blast

    latin_blast New Member

    doing lunges on a vertical plane ?? [​IMG]  ......, hmmmm........ interesting ..... innovative [​IMG] ....... I think I'll try to invent a method out of it to make some bucks [​IMG]....... yes, I got it !!!! [​IMG] ..... I'll invent rock climbing using a smith machine, ha ha ha [​IMG]
  8. lestat02852

    lestat02852 New Member

  9. latin_blast

    latin_blast New Member

    hey letstat, if actually this machines allows you to move at your will.... then it is superb, nobel prize award worthy..... it would be ideal to have it at home... I need to find more about it [​IMG] ... thxs a lot for the link
  10. lestat02852

    lestat02852 New Member

    The original machine was called Pendulum Power or Joker.

    It is a multi-position smith machine originally made by LaserFit (in Italy), who sold the design concept to Matrix Fitness. Matrix gave it a different name... Rad Trainer.
  11. ian

    ian New Member

    Are you guys having a laugh???

    Can someone actually tell me what the point of this machine is, when a lunge envolves sticking a bar on your bar, it's not rocket science and it costs about 100th of the price.

    Its like buying 500kg of equipment for $1000 to do 10kg bicep curls!!!

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