Upright Prone 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: Upright Prone
Upright Prone exercises offer a wide variety of isolated and integrated strength and conditioning for nearly every major muscle group.

When th eincline plane is used for plank or push-up exercises, the intensity is increased as the angle of the rails is decreased. To further challenge stability and increase core engagement, the glideboard can be held in the "open position" - meaning that it is not resting at the bottom of the rails.


Abduction /w Leg Pulley
Abduction /w Leg Pulley
Back & Arms w/ Cables
Back & Arms w/ Cables
Leg Extension
Leg Extension
Plank
Plank
Pull-up
Pull-up
SCRUNCH Sequence
Scrunch® Sequence
Sprinter Start
Sprinter Start