Collection: Pulley machines - BH Fitness

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From pulley machines to multi-stations, including dumbbells or Olympic bars, at Sportech Fitness we have all kinds of products so that you can complete your strength training without missing anything. Do not hesitate to ask us about your needs and We will help you choose what you need.

Specifically, the BH Fitness pulley machines have high-quality finishes that will allow you to perform the exercises with unprecedented fluidity.

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BH Fitness is a company based in Vitoria founded more than 100 years ago, with extensive experience in both the conventional sports and fitness sectors, which offers high quality products at very competitive prices.

Their pulley machines stand out for the good bearings and the fluidity of the belt when passing through the pulley, without giving you any problems and allowing you to carry out your training without setbacks, something that does not happen with other brands.

What type of exercises do BH crossovers allow you to do and what muscles are worked?

A cable machine is a versatile piece of training equipment used to work various muscle groups. Depending on the machine settings and the exercises performed, the following main muscle groups can be worked:

Back: The cable machine is very effective in strengthening the muscles of the back, including the trapezius, rhomboid muscles, latissimus dorsi, and spinal erectors.

Chest: By using a cable machine with a high grip, you can work your pectoral muscles. Cable crossovers and high cable flyes exercises are especially effective in targeting the chest muscles.

Shoulders: The deltoids, which are the main muscles of the shoulders, can be worked through exercises such as the cable lateral raise and the high cable shoulder press. These exercises help develop and strengthen the deltoid muscles.

Arms: Cable machines can also target the muscles in your arms, including your biceps and triceps. Low cable biceps curls and high cable triceps pulldowns are great options for working these muscle groups.

Legs: Although the cable machine is not the most common equipment for leg training, exercises such as leg extensions and low pulley exercises can be performed to work the quadriceps and hamstring muscles.