The Perfect Rip Deck takes your chest workout to the next level by combining two movements into one: the sliding chest fly and the rotating pushup. The Rip Deck allows you to move in two planes of motion to engage more muscles and expand your chest – it is a total chest-building system. Use in the locked position for a standard pushup workout or add the sliding body weight fly. Remove the Pushup stands to use the soft foam cushion for the Forearm Fly or Punch Up movements. The safety stops and 7 locking positions provide an adjustable range of motion, so anyone can use it. The heavy-duty steel track comes apart and for abdominal movements like a Mountain Climber or Squat Thrust. The two tracks fold together for easy storage. One piece of equipment gives you multiple exercises. Invented by a US Navy SEAL. It is time to work smarter before you work harder.
The digital workout is a 21-Day plan to build your chest, arms, back and abdominals. You can customize your workout with beginner to advance movements. Perfect Fitness Workouts are not about speed, but about slow and controlled muscle contractions. Remember to take it slow and learn your limits safely. Quality not quantity! Proper form is critical when using the Perfect Rip Deck. Using the Rip Deck is an intense exercise and it is important to learn your limits safely. Use caution and follow product instructions at all times. Take it slow! Speed doesn't get your ripped; it's about slow and controlled muscle contractions. Pace yourself - try 2 seconds up and 2 seconds down. Moving slowly lets you focus on keeping proper form and getting results.
The training and principles and innovations behind the Perfect Fitness products originated with Alden Mills, a seven year veteran of the US Navy SEALs. While serving as platoon commander of SEAL Team TWO, Alden's platoon was chosen for a study to determine why SEALs suffered unusually high injury rates. After learning that the injuries were linked their age-old training methods, SEAL trainers switched to Functional Training. Alden learned firsthand how to incorporate these lessons into exercise routines that become the foundation of techniques used as Perfect Fitness.
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