The IsoBar is a piece of exercise equipment designed to perform various isometric exercises.
Inventor William T. Cox of Taylor, AZ has created a piece of exercise equipment designed to perform various isometric exercises.
Inventor Cox used to race canoes and used weights to keep in shape during the off-season. Thats when a friend talked to him about isometric exercise. However, many isometric exercise machines are specifically designed to perform one exercise and one exercise only. His friend used an upside U-shaped bar concreted into the floor. Inventor Cox knew there should be a better way to perform those isometric exercises for a more versatile workout. This is when the idea for the IsoBar was born. Now Inventor Cox truly understands the benefits of isometric exercise and would like to introduce his product to the marketplace.
This clever new invention is designed to build muscles for athletic training or rehabilitation purposes. It offers a complete workout. It can be added to a treadmill or attached to a freestanding platform. The crossbar has foam padding for comfort. The device is strong and durable. It folds for easy storage. The use of the IsoBar allows users the ability to maximize their isometric exercise workout in an efficient, yet effective, manner.