Inverted Supine Position
Working out by body position lets you maximize time and efficiency in your workout by allowing you to move easily from one exercise to the next.
Body Position: Inverted Supine
These exercises done while lying down on your back provide training and conditioning for the shoulders, arms, abdominals, and hamstrings. The dynamic arm pulley system creates a line of pull similar to that of free-weights with the direction of resistance originating from below the body. The folding foot holder provides a secure position for the feet to enable inverted joint decompression or challenging abdominal and hamstring exercises.
Refrain from using this position if you have been diagnosed as hypertensive or following cardiovascular exercise.