The Double Pull Down Challenger works on upper body strength. It works the triceps, biceps, and deltoids, and aims to dramatically improve muscle tone and flexibility. With this piece of equipment the users body weight provides the resistance meaning that the intensity is set by whomever is using the apparatus. An upper body workout that can strengthen back, arms and shoulder muscle groups. Popular in Health clubs targeting upper body and arms using your own body weight to provide the resistance. Can be used by two people at the same time.
PLEASE NOTE: Colours for outdoor gym equipment has now changed from green and beige to green and anthracite grey.
FeaturesBuilds upper body strength Suitable for all abilities MUSCLE GROUPS Arms, Shoulders, Chest, Back USERS 2 People
Safety Surfacing RequiredNo
Great job. Workmen were efficient and considerate. The children and parents really love the equipment.
K Coghlen (Assistant Headteacher)
Richmond Primary School
From start to finish, a first class team and product. We are delighted, the yard looks beautiful and our children are happier and fitter than ever before!
Alan Baker (Deputy Headteacher)
St Margaret’s Primary School
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Eileen Denton (Headteacher)
Bligh Infants School
A very professional job, completed to time, to quality and to budget.
Simon Walmsley (Finance Manager)
Testbourne Community School
I should like to commend the quality of the equipment and the ease with which it was installed. The team who were responsible for the installation worked hard and were aware of how to behave on school premises and the health & safety requirements.
Margaret McCulloch (Headteacher)
St Paul’s C of E Junior School
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Sam Batten (Community Facilities Manager)
Caterham High School