BOTTOM CHEST PULL (LFI-59)
The bottom chest pull is a type of outdoor gym equipment that allows you to work on your chest and back muscles. It consists of a handlebar that you can pull down with your arms against a resistance. Here are some steps to use it correctly:
- Stand in front of the equipment and grab the handlebar with a firm grip. Keep your arms slightly bent and your feet shoulder-width apart.
- Pull the handlebar down to your chest level, squeezing your shoulder blades together. Keep your back straight and your core engaged.
- Slowly raise the handlebar back to the starting position. This is one repetition for your bottom chest pull.
- Repeat the bottom chest pull for 10 to 15 repetitions, or as many as you can do with good form.
The bottom chest pull can help you improve your upper body strength, endurance, and posture. It can also tone your chest, back, and arm muscles.