Over 60,000 pieces of Pro strength equipment have been installed worldwide. Built to last, this complete line offering is engineered with the expertise that has made Life Fitness a global leader in advanced strength equipment.
A Life Fitness Pec Fly-Rear Delt is, and can best be described as a plate-loaded or selectorized piece of gym equipment designed to strengthen the Pectoral and Deltoid muscles of the chest during Strength Training. The user is typically seated, with elbows slightly bent and arms outstretched, grasping handles placed at shoulder height, and lifts the loaded or selected weight by bringing the handles together in front of the face while keeping the elbows at a constant angle.
This particular Life Fitness Pec Fly-Rear Delt is a Pro Pec Fly-Rear Delt. The Life Fitness Pro Series is a premium, ergonomically superior, low maintenance strength training circuit that combines sophisticated aesthetics with durable, safe, and reliable design elements. The Pro Series includes: 14 individual upper body machines, 13 individual lower body machines, 3 torso machines, 5 dual pulley machines, a Smith Machine, a Cable Crossover, a Dual Adjustable Pulley, various Multi Jungle configurations, and a multi-adjustable bench.
Frame is constructed of U.S. made mechanical quality steel purchased in mill run quantities.
Frame is primarily 2" square tubing with 11 gauge wall thickness.
Different tubing sizes and wall thickness shall be used as required through engineering stress analysis.
Frames are fully welded (not bolt together) for maximum structural integrity and minimum maintenance when possible.
However, larger machines have a bolt-together configuration to facilitate movement through smaller doorways and difficult installations.
Weights are selected by using a 7/16" selector pin, which completely penetrates the weight plate and locks in place to eliminate any chance of disengaging during use
The selector pin is connected to the top weight to eliminate loss or substitution of substandard pins.
Machined from solid, 1" thick steel. Finish is wrinkle black powder coat.
Each plate (not just the top weight) will contain low friction bushings, which surround the guide rods to minimize friction and noise.
The top weight bushings shall float within the top weight utilizing rubber o-rings to assure ideal alignment with the guide rods.
The bushings are self-lubricating in order that the guide rods will not require lubrication.
Guide rods are 3/4” cold-drawn steel, turned ground and polished with hard chrome finish.
Durable rubber bumpers are suspended under each stack to reduce shock and vibration stresses to the frame and facility floor.
The shaft is constructed of stainless steel and precision drilled for accurate pin selection.
7" x 19" construction, 3/16" galvanized steel, lubricated, nylon-coated aircraft cable with breaking strength rated at over 4000 pounds.
All cables can be adjusted at the top weight utilizing a standard 7/8" open-end wrench.
All weight stacks are guarded on the back side to prevent bystanders from inadvertent contact with the weight stack during use.
All pulleys are at least 4 -1/4" working diameter fiberglass impregnated nylon with precision fit cable groove and double sealed bearings.
As a safety precaution, all pulleys are covered to minimize the danger of a moving pulley catching a person’s finger or clothes.
All cams are laser cut steel and individually designed for each unit to match the appropriate muscle strength capability curve.
Input arms on equipment are counter balanced where appropriate to eliminate the weight of the assembly from the weight selected by the user.
Radial bearings are pillow block bearing with basic radial load rating of over 2000 pounds. Pillow block bearings allow shaft to self-align as well as rotate, which results in smooth and friction free movement.
Linear bearings are packed with grease at the factory and sealed with synthetic rubber and steel seals.
Bearing plates are rolled from high quality bearing steel hardened to Rockwell 60C. Bearing balls are chromed steel hardened to Rockwell 60C.
All Linear bearing machines run on Thompson 60 Case Class L shafts or equivalent.
All hardware is grade 5, grade 8, or stainless steel.
Hand grips are an extruded 60 durometer thermorubber compound that is non-absorbing, wear and tear resistant, and exhibits good dry and wet frictional characteristics.
The grips shall be retained to the machine through the use of aluminum collars thereby eliminating the tendency of the grip to slide off the machine.
Numerically engraved seat and pad adjustments correctly align body to machine for proper posture, muscle isolation and body stabilization.
Adjusting posts are stainless steel for superior life and corrosion resistance.
All tube in tube sliding parts are lined with UHMW plastic in order that the friction and wear between the parts is reduced and the seats are thereby easier to adjust.
All foot platforms are diamond plate, finished with a slip resistant wrinkle black powder coat finish.
All machines have holes in the feet which allow for easy anchoring to the floor. Life Fitness recommends that all machines be anchored to the floor to minimize the possibility that they will be tipped.
Manufacturing Number: SU35
36in x 46in x 82in
Weight Stack Weight in lbs
1 Year Parts & On-Site Labor